Ducky Shine 7 Gunmetal RGB LED Double Shot PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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Ducky Shine 7 Gunmetal Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
Cherry MX Silver thumbnailCherry MX Silver
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red
Cherry MX Nature White thumbnailCherry MX Nature White



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



  • Zinc alloy top case 3x stronger than aluminum
  • PBT Double Shot seamless keycaps
  • Supports RAZER Chroma Broadcast, Ducky Macro 2.0, and Ducky’s newest RGB software
  • German made Cherry MX key switches
  • 3 level adjustable feet
  • Brand new RGB backlight modes
  • Ducky adds extra spacebars at random. You may receive a Year of the Rat spacebar, Year of the Ox spacebar, or no extra spacebar at all. We do not know what's in the box at the time of shipping your order.
  • Detachable USB-C cable
  • Dual layer PCB

Details and Specifications

ModelShine 7
SizeFull Size
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorGray
Frame Top MaterialZinc Alloy
Frame Bottom MaterialPlastic
Primary LED ColorRGB
Control LED ColorRGB
Hotswap SocketsNo
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Dimensions5.28" x 18.03" x 1.49"
Weight3.17 lbs

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  • The Cherry MX silent red switches on this thing saved my marriage

  • Are you on the fence, worried that the product won't be worth the price and the wait? I surely was and I can tell you this, the Ducky Shine 7 is, by far, the nicest keyboard I've ever used. I've owned it around a year and it has exceeded my expectations. Typing on it is just so crunchy satisfying with the clicky cherry blues, and gameplay is responsive and smooth. The keyboard is very heavy, like you need two hands to push it around. I type more than game which is why I chose blues over reds, so don't worry gaming with blues works just fine. The keys look the same as when purchased, no smudges or wear, even the home key row and w,a,s,d. The RGB lights are still bright, no washed out colors, and they have been on the entire time, even when the computer is asleep. I even made some LED profiles that light up different keys depending upon the game I'm playing. The RGB software to do this is a little clunky, but I figured it out without a real problem. The gunmetal has remained flawless, no rubs or chips. I've seen this was a problem with the blackout edition, which is likely the gunmetal frame painted black although, I don't know this for sure. Anyway, if you're going to spend this kind of cash on a keyboard, might as well get the best. is great, they will keep you updated, and an amount of patience is required, but it will be paid back with interest when the keyboard arrives.

  • Best keyboard I've ever owned.

  • Love this keyboard. My first mechanical was a ducky one 2 full size with blue led%u2019s and red switches for gaming at home. After being spoiled by that keyboard I had to splash out on this model with brown switches to show off at work. No regrets at all.

  • This is my first mechanical keyboard purchase, after having tried a co-worker's gaming mechanical keyboard. I went with brown switches to reduce noise and I absolutely love it. I'm coming from an ancient gaming keyboard myself(over 10 years old) and this Ducky is solidly built. It's got some heft and doesn't slide around. I paired it with a HyperX wrist rest and it feels perfect for me. I took maybe three days for me to adjust typing on it and I'm already typing quicker on this board than my last one. The keys are very sturdy with little wobble compared to my last board. I like that Ducky has their own key cap flare added, but also provides some plain looking key caps

    The lighting wasn't really a huge selling point to me, but I think it's great. It's not super bright, but it's even and puts off a nice glow all around. It's a pretty non-chalant board in general, but when people take a close look, it does get lots of positive comments. That said, it spends 90% of it's time at home since I'm mostly working remote. Never thought I'd spend over $100 on a keyboard, but this has definitely been worth it considering how much time I spend a day on a keyboard. Will definitely look into Ducky boards and recommend them in the future.

  • Clickity Clack this Keyboard is great!
    Got it after two months of waiting for it to come in stock (my fault not theirs since I had payment issues and put in the wrong email). The color shines brightly through, however if you look extremely closely there are some buttons that a small portion of light is not shining as brightly, however this is something you wouldn't notice at first glance and have to seriously inspect the keyboard to notice. This is my first mechanical keyboard and I must say I will never go back! Figuring out how to program the keyboard is a little bit difficult initially but otherwise absolutely no complaints. Plug in ready and did not require any separate disk to install. You will not be dissapointed, especially since it's pretty much half off compared to other websites. Got the blue switch which initially seems loud but fades in the background quite quickly.

  • This keyboard has a beautiful build quality. The keycaps chosen really allow the rgb to shine through. It is worth every penny.

  • Building multiple computers. Have a Shine 6. Used it extensively for a variety of usages. Heavy gamer. Thin fingers/body. (45g comment

  • I got this keyboard in Cherry MX Silver switches and I'm extremely happy and impressed. The lighting is bright enough but not enough to distract from activities, the quick function key to change it's settings are helpful as well as the software they provide to aid with customizing the keyboard itself. Extremely responsive, perhaps one of the greatest typing experiences I have had on a keyboard dating back to some of the earliest mechanical keyboards back when it was new and not so custom. They included with it the spare key caps as well as the aesthetically pleasing space bar that just adds a lot more flair to it whenever I take a look at it. As someone who does prefer the full-size keyboard setup, I can appreciate the build quality of this keyboard and cannot say that there is anything even remotely for me to complain about. Thanks Ducky! Gonna try and keep this one for a very, very long time.

  • This was my first dive into mechanical keyboards and I doubt I'll ever go back. As others have said it's a super solid case, the zinc alloy has some real heft to it and doesn't slip or slide at all even with my pretty aggressive typing. I went with the Cherry MX silent red's since I had originally planned this keyboard to be an all purpose keyboard that I could use for school, coding, and gaming. That said I have loved it enough I've already sent in the order for the Ducky MIYA Pro (in Sakura Pink) with some MX Blues.

    The rubber feet grip well, the key caps feel good, and the under-glow looks clean. Ducky's propitiatory RGB software isn't my favorite, but it is compatible with Razer's Chroma Studio. I got the Year of the Rat space bar (I'm not sure if they all come like that, MK says it's random) and it's looks really good. Both gunmetal and black look good, I went with this gunmetal version and I'm happy with it.

    I would recommend this keyboard to almost anyone. We'll see how it holds up overtime, but I doubt I'll have any problems in the near future.

  • Woah. This is my first mechanical keyboard, and let me tell you.I don't think I can ever go back now.
    The quality of this keyboard is amazing. Very heavy, won't slide when you type at all.
    I got the Cherry MX Silent Red switches.and it is exactly what I been looking for.

  • What can I say? This is my first Ducky keyboard and I am incredibly impressed. The build quality is simply superb from the keycaps to the zinc alloy cover. This is also by far the heaviest keyboard I think I have ever owned. My previous Das S is simply no comparison to this bad boy. The RGB lighting is a nice touch although I'm not really a fan of RGB to begin with. I also love how Ducky included a keycap removal tool, extra space bar, arrow keys and escape key. I bought the Ducky 7 with MX Browns and those are very satisfying to type on (to me, at least). Overall, extremely happy with my purchase!

  • I am a huge fan! The aluminum casing has a very premium feel with all the best Ducky features you come to expect.

    Cherry MX Blue for life!

  • Perfect

  • What a monumental waste of money. I've had this keyboard for 8 months and it's so electronically fragile it turns off at the merest touch if you aren't living in Faraday suit. I've made sure my computer is properly grounded, and still this piece of garbage shuts down at the drop of a hat. You'd think a keyboard manufacturer would put a little more thought into making a keyboard a little more resilient to being touched.

  • This keyboard has a really great build quality. The zinc alloy top really gives it a premium feel to somewhat justify the premium price. They keycaps are very nice double shot PBT caps. Although, for a few of the keys it is difficult to see the light shine through them all the way particularly on the numpad. Other than that, there isn't much keycap wobble, and the Cherry Browns feel great. Overall, a great keyboard.

  • After using a keyboard with Cherry MX Red switches, no other keyboard will do. The Ducky Shine 7 keyboard feels solid and stays put on the desk. It doesn't wiggle when typing. The keys are moderately quiet and do not disturb the coworkers in the surrounding cubes. The only complaints I have are minor. Some of the letters on the keys don't fully illuminate and it would be nice if the dual character keys were stacked instead of side-by-side. The overall feel of this keyboard when typing impresses upon you that you are using a quality keyboard. Highly recommended.

  • Had a great experience so far with my keyboard, did not face the spacebar stuck problem mentioned by others wich makes me think it was a batch or a small mistake , however the rgb lightining being a dimm in a few keys is a real thing ( although i only have it in around 10 keys and mostly distributed on the numpad that doesn't face much use so it doesn't bother me).

  • This was my first MK but I was really happy with the purchase. I had no problems with asthetics or function. It's a very solid build and I would by it again.

  • Fantastic keyboard overall, excellent build quality and aesthetic. I got the Ducky with MX Brown's, coming from a Filco with brown's, keys feel great and the build quality has a more premium feel in the latest Ducky Shine 7. The RGB lighting also looks great, I was never really a big fan of back-lighting on keyboards, but it looks awesome. Addressing the issue I saw someone else have, the light shines through the keys perfectly fine, except a very slight portion of the e in the Pause button, but it's not hardly noticeable and I wouldn't have even noticed it without reading that review. The keys, being double-shot PBT are really nice and I would definitely recommend this keyboard to anyone looking for a mechanical keyboard.

  • Well I have to say the build is incredibly solid but the light shining through the keys suck! The resolution of the clear part in the key cap where the light shines through is horrible and its not just 1 or 2 keys but I would say over half of them. My pause key I can only see the U. Its that bad. You can actually see it in the images supplied on the website. I thought it was just bad photography but nope its just that bad. Again build quality beyond real, the metal is great, the feel of the keys but the RGB back lighting and clear cast in the keys absolutely suck. Go somewhere else with your money. I wouldn't put this board anything over 50 bucks just based on that alone.

  • Keyboard works great and is extremely well built. Only complaint is that the num pad keys all have their text faded for some reason. I assume the etching was botched on those keys or something.

  • This is Ducky's best board since the Shine 3. The Shine 6 had these weird ridges in the back and awful feet. Ducky listened and fixed these issues with the Shine 7. As a huge Ducky fan it was so exciting to open this box and see the look & feel of this board. It comes with a few baby blue keycaps as extras, and the baby blue enter keycap is on the board out of the box - however, they do give you a black enter key to swap it out if you want. The gray and the black is beautiful on this board and the overall design is stunning and sleek I really can't find anything to complain about so far & I am extremely picky. Big up to Ducky for this one, they nailed it.

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