Varmilo MA108M Sea Melody White LED Dye Sub PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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Varmilo MA108M Sea Melody Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Varmilo EC Rose V2 thumbnailVarmilo EC Rose V2
Varmilo EC Sakura V2 thumbnailVarmilo EC Sakura V2
Varmilo EC V2 Daisy thumbnailVarmilo EC V2 Daisy
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Varmilo EC Ivy V2 thumbnailVarmilo EC Ivy V2



  • White LED Primary LEDs: White (THT)
  • White LED Control LEDs: White


Details and Specifications

SizeFull Size
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorBlue
Frame Top MaterialPlastic
Frame Bottom MaterialPlastic
Primary LED ColorWhite
Control LED ColorWhite
Hotswap SocketsNo
USB Key Rollover6
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Dimensions5.25" x 17.25" x 1.50"
Cord Length50 inches

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  • Quite a beautiful keyboard and such an experience to type with. I went with the EC Rose V2 switch, which is quite smooth with a little bit of heft when being pushed. I agree with the rest of the reviews when they associate words like "gliding," "melt," and "butter" because it's simply true. I must note that there is a very mild (almost imperceptible) ping audible with some of my keys; however, it's really only noticeable if you have sensitive hearing and/or in a very quiet room. It easily gets drowned out when you're actually typing. Personally, it doesn't bother me and by no means detract from the wonderful keyboard sounds and typing experience.

    The board itself is very substantial ( a good kind of heavy) and has a wood-grain finish, which is very classy. The LED light options are rather simple, but I think only further compliments the aesthetic of the board. All in all, this is a wonderful investment. I'm very glad that this was my first foray into the "fancier" keyboards!

  • good board

  • This keyboard is beautiful! I was surprised at how heavy it was. Being it's a plastic case, I expected it be be light, but it's pretty solid, definitely not going to slide around on the desk. The case itself has a lovely wood grain pattern in it, also something I wasn't expecting. The kepcaps feel good, and the Sakura switches are just smooth. Like gliding your fingers over soft butter. The sound is great, not very loud, with a solid warm thud. No complaints from coworkers who know nothing about mech keebs about loudness. Actually got a compliment about the sound! The white LED does shine through the and keys a bit on the bottom of the keyboard, but not really noticeable unless I look close up. Love this board so much I got the matching desk mat ordered a couple days later. Now I need to find a baby blue mouse haha.

  • Recently purchased the re-release with EC2 Sakura switches. The packaging and aesthetic is amazing, and I appreciated the inclusion of the extra buttons with toggle-light windows, but I feel like the design is lacking a bit.
    Perhaps some of this is just me, as I've been using a Realforce with Topre switches, so I'm still accustomed to the initial tension - in contrast, the Sakura ones are linear and just melt into the keyboard smoothly, very soft touch required. So soft that, even as a girl with tiny hands, the keys (esp the spacebar, mine is v. sensitive) often accidentally depress while I'm resting my hands on the keys / don't realize I'm actually pressing them. I think this aspect may improve over time.

    I would have preferred the media buttons to be the volume control - Fn F11/F12 is quite awkward - but you can see that from previews, before purchase.
    My main complaint is the way the keys are staggered. If the keyboard lies flat, it's not very ergonomic, which is fine, it's got toes to prop it up ya? But with the kb angled up, the bottom set of keys (ctrl, win, alt) are quite awkward to press as they're lower profile than normal (approx 3-4mm lower). I tried using a wrist bar to prop my hands up higher, and while it's better ergonomically, it doesn't improve my issue with the Ctrl row. A slightly larger bump on F and J for finger placement would be nice too.

    In the end, I'm a bit disappointed.
    The kb operates well, build quality seems sturdy, and I like how quiet it is and easy to type on.
    Its so pretty and easy on the eyes, I'm just bothered by the nagging little things that my previous kb did right.

  • There was a discount on a Varmilo Sea melody Keyboard w/ Sakura type keys that had been returned, inspected, and labelled as "like new". I've never bought from this site before, but am happy to say that everything was perfect. The quality of the keyboard, even the packaging was whole and unblemished.

    The quality of the keyboard itself is outstanding, love it.

  • Wonderful keyboard. The switches I went with was EC Sakura. The button presses are butter smooth all the way down except for my space bar which has quite a bit of resistance compared to the rest of the keys. I'm unsure if this is normal and have to be broken in or if this is just mine. The key presses are quieter than the Cherry MX Brown switches of another mechanical keyboard I had before. Overall it's a pleasant experience to type on so far for me.

    Regarding the other review, the keyboard is backlit under every key, not just the Num lock, scroll lock, and cap lock. You would have to press FN Right Arrow to activate it and to change the different backlit modes. It only has two modes of backlit which is full backlit and breathing/pulsing mode. FN Up/Down Arrow to change the brightness which only affects the full backlit mode. Further information can be found in the manual that comes with the keyboard

  • On top of being beautiful the keys have a nice matte feel and the clack is not too loud/metallic sounding. Typing feels good, nice and "bouncy" almost. Only downside for me is the lack of USB ports but I don't really care since it's so nice.

  • [Rose switches]

    An amazing design with very little to complain about in the performance category.

    The switches are most similar to cherry MX reds and blacks.

    Note: The white LED only appears under the num lock, scroll lock, and caps lock keys as far as I can tell.

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