Ducky One 2 RGB TKL RGB LED Double Shot PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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Ducky One 2 RGB TKL Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
DKON1787ST-AUSPDAZT1
$125.00
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
DKON1787ST-BUSPDAZT1
$125.00
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
DKON1787ST-CUSPDAZT1
$125.00
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
DKON1787ST-RUSPDAZT1
$125.00
Cherry MX Nature White thumbnailCherry MX Nature White
DKON1787ST-WUSPDAZT1
$125.00
Cherry MX Silver thumbnailCherry MX Silver
DKON1787ST-PUSPDAZT1
$125.00
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red
DKON1787ST-SUSPDAZT1
$129.00

Keycaps

Backlighting

  • RGB LED Primary LEDs: RGB (SMD)
  • RGB LED Control LEDs: RGB

Details and Specifications

BrandDucky
ModelOne 2
SizeTenkeyless
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutUS QWERTY
Logical LayoutANSI
Frame ColorBlack
Frame Top MaterialPlastic
Frame Bottom MaterialPlastic
Primary LED ColorRGB
Control LED ColorRGB
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Dimensions5.31" x 14.37" x 1.57"
Weight2.09 lbs
Cord Length48 inches

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  • Upgraded from an original "Ducky One TKL Blue LED" (not RGB, only blue.) MX Cherry Brown switches on both.

    The Ducky One TKL Blue was (and still is) pretty amazing. I've moved it to my wife's computer where it'll last forever, I'm sure.

    The new board, a "Ducky One 2 TKL RGB," comes with a pink colored enter, back, shift and arrow keys. Black replacement keys come in the box, too, in case you prefer a solid black style keyboard. Another difference is that the bottom of the new board is white, which creates a very simple and yet stylish aesthetic that the original Ducky One lacked.

    The new boards are (finally) USB3.0. If you're connecting it to a USB2.0 port, read the manual as the power settings need adjusted. (Regardless, always read the Ducky manual. There's a lot of cool stuff in it!)

    There's an interesting texture on these keycaps that my previous Ducky boards lacked. (I have six total Ducky boards here, but this is my first "One 2.") I don't know if it will wear off with time, but it feels great for now. It actually helps keep my fingers on the keys without any sliding motion. It's just the perfect amount of friction.

    It feels so great, I want to keep typing and typing and typing but this review has already gone on for too long. GET THIS BOARD. YOU WON'T REGRET IT.

  • Solid keyboard, Ordered the silent red switches. The case is plastic but the board has some weight to it, looks amazing with the double colored case. I would suggesting downloading the software for the RGB it makes it so much easier to customize the lighting and setting up the media keys and macros weren't so hard but I had to search up some online tutorials as the instructions in the booklet are kind of confusing.

  • I wanted a solid, silent TKL keyboard for the office and thus opted for the MX Silent Red switches. And indeed, they are VERY silent. I'm very satisfied with them but others may not like the fact that there is no tactile feedback at all on these keys. In such cases, obviously, other switches should be chosen when ordering this keyboard.

    I'm impressed with the heft and build quality of this keyboard, though as others have mentioned, the backlighting doesn't show cleanly through all the keys (for example, the e in 'Home' is partly occluded, making the key look more like 'Hom'). It doesn't bother me too much and I have no idea if other PBT keycaps are better in this regard. The lighting effects are neat, and I've settled on the "raindrop" effect for mine. I wish, however, that one of the modes was a random "Matrix" style trace from top to bottom that I've seen on competing brands.

    Highly recommended.

    (NOTE FOR CANADIAN CUSTOMERS: Do NOT choose the cheapest shipping option from this site. It uses FedEx's International Mail service which, for me, took almost a month. Pay the extra $15 and get FexEx's standard service instead.)

  • No complains here.

  • I love this keyboard! Solid construction, good sound, good LEDs, no obvious PWM flicker, USB-C, programmable - It's my favorite!

    Unfortunately - The latest firmware update (1.00.02) just broke the DIP switches. :( In v1.00.00 you could use the DIP switches on the back to move the FN key around to different positions on the board. Now it's stuck just next to R-CTRL. It also removes the option of having a context-menu key. I've worked around that with a macro (Shift-F10) but it would be great if Ducky fixed this in their next firmware update.

    Small gripe I know.

    I've used enough keyboards that I know none are perfect. This one is pretty close to it though.

  • I love this keyboard the lighting is very solid but one problem I have about this keyboard is when your trying to customize the rgb settings the space bar only has one light turned on in the middle instead of all three leds turned. The only way all three lights stay on is when the whole keyboard is in one color when customizing the setting for the ducky software.

  • My first mechanical keyboard and for sure not my last. It has a SOLID construction and the mx blues are loud and abnoxcious just how I wanted them. The RGB is very bright and the different options are great. My order was shipped before the end of the day I ordered it and arrived at my house in under 5 days. I now want one for work and will be coming back to this website. Thanks guys!!

    Only side note I have is that I can%u2019t seem to find a Mac driver for the RGB. But that's a ducky thing not this website.

  • This is my first mechanical keyboard and after much review searching I decided on ducky one 2 (tkl rgb). The keyboard feels great, the lighting effects are wonderful, and it works super with linux. My complaint is the keycaps. Most of them are pretty good, but some look like they weren't produced correctly? For instance, most of the "e" in the Home button will not illuminate. The same issue occurs on the "Pause" "Del" "PgDn" and "Alt" keys. Is this to be expected? I'm certainly sad each time I see my "Hom" button.

  • By far the best keyboard I have ever owned.

  • An excellent keyboard with one minor gripe. As for the board itself, I picked up the version with the Cherry MX Blue switches and it is an absolute joy to type on and has perfect functionality. I've had it for about a week now and from typing to gaming it gets the job done very well. The TKL design is new to me and I am really liking that aspect as I save a lot of room on my desk and haven't found myself in dire need of a number pad. Furthermore, the Doubleshot PBT keycaps are some of the best i've ever used and don't know if I could go back to any others. In my box, I received the extra keycaps in orange and though I wanted purple, I think the orange still looks fairly nice (I have orange ones as the arrow keys and esc key). Also, though some people may feel differently, the RGB is very nice to have and can be disabled if you don't want it. When it is on, it is very well lit (similar to how Corsair has their RGB done) and being able to adjust all the RGB leds through the board instead of software is convenient. As for the minor gripe, it really has nothing to do with the board itself but rather the Ducky RGB software. It may be a bug, but when I change/add/remove any lighting profiles through the software, I then lose functionality in some other profiles such as changing the backlighting color through the board when it is in "solid color" mode. Nonetheless, the board is very well made and one of the best i've ever used.

  • Disappointed. Ducky keyboards are usually pretty great. But the board i received has several issues. I waited 2 months for this board to ship. I bought the version with Cherry mx Browns.

    Several of the keys stick: Left shift, right shift, enter, and the space bar. These keys gave me a mushy feel towards the bottom of the key press and wont immediately return back into position. The space bar gives off this annoying clicky sound when it gets momentarily stuck at the bottom; as if its off of blue switch keyboard. I've tried ensuring that each key was seated properly, but that didn't seem to fix it. All of these keys have stabilizers, so there's probably a larger issue here with those types of keys.

    The switch on my windows key might not have been assembled properly. I can clearly hear the spring buckle inside the switch as i press it. Very annoying and I'm worried it might break at some point.

    The texture of the keycaps is pretty good though. Feels great on the fingertips. The design of the "year of the dog" spacebar looks great.

    But ultimately i'll have to get a replacement. Maybe they rushed the production because these boards are popular at the moment. I'll probably go back to my older Ducky Zero that's been perfect for the past several years.

  • Pretty good for my uses! Really like it!

  • Amazing keyboard(Red Switches), great RGB features and the keycaps feel amazing. Very sturdy and firmly grips to the table with no slide while typing or gaming. Everything about this keyboard feels perfect.

    Just pre-order, its worth the wait. Great customer service and very reliable with no problems.
    Will be buying from here again in the future!

  • It is so good.

  • So my first Mech board was a Leopold which is great so I decided to grab one for work.

    After a bit of looking around I settled on the Ducky One 2 RGB TKL due to limited desk space at work.
    I went with the silent red as I didn't want to annoy anyone around me.

    As I've never tried silent reds, I was a little worried it wouldn't suit.
    I can say that they are super silent. Even quieter than my old membrain board.

    Keys feel nice and solid, but I found that a few scratched pretty easily.
    I probably prefer the keys on my Leopold, but the duckys are still nice.

    The silent reds are highly recommended for anyone looking for a mech board, but don't want the click / clack.
    Perfect for an office.

    Cheers
    Richie

  • This is the best mechanical keyboard I have ever used. I owned a Razer BW Ultimate (MX Blue switches) and a Corsair K70 Rapidfire (MX Silver switches) before this keyboard. The double shot PBT keycaps are the best keycaps I have ever felt. They're very high quality. I was considering the One 2 Mini, but I personally like arrow keys. I would recommend this keyboard to anyone looking for a great TKL board.

    Pros:
    The entire look and performance is amazing. I love the USB-C connection.
    Smaller footprint (more mouse room if you have a large mouse pad; my K70 was a very large board).
    High quality keycaps.
    You can choose what switches you want. I went with the Silent Reds and they're so quiet, which is perfect. I also don't accidentally hit keys like I did with my silvers, which are very touchy.
    The RBG colors are clean and bright.

    Cons:
    The RGB lighting and effects are very minimal compared to what I could do with the Corsair software with my K70. You're limited to what modes are available.
    No braided cable, but you could order one later on if it's really an issue. I like braided cables, but not a deal breaker.
    You can't choose the color of the 10 additional keycaps you get, but I lucked out and got the purple keycaps I wanted, so I can't complain. (I would have been disappointed with "Forest Green" and wish I had the option to choose).

  • Amazing keyboard. Solid build quality, consistent RGB lighting, and tons of customization options without additional software. If you're even considering Ducky One 2, just go for it.

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