Ducky One 2 SF RGB LED 65% Double Shot PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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Ducky One 2 SF RGB 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 Black thumbnailCherry MX Silent Black
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red



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



  • 10 additional PBT double - shot colorful keycaps (Random color)
  • Perfect for One 2 Mini users that want dedicated arrow keys, delete, page up, and page down
  • All New Petite Bezel Design
  • Detachable USB Type-C
  • 3528 SMD RGB LEDs
  • 1000Hz polling rate
  • Limit (1) Ducky One 2 SF per customer (strictly enforced)
  • Includes either Year of the Pig or 1 of 2 Year of the Rat spacebars

Details and Specifications

ModelOne 2 SF
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
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 CompatibleLimited
Linux CompatibleYes
Cord Length60 inches

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  • This was my first ever Mechanical keyboard and I gotta say tha6t this is 100% worth it, everything from the keys to the board itself feels premium. I highly recommend this keyboard to anyone who is looking for a 65% keyboard. I would also recommend getting it from this website too because it is a lot safer than these other websites that sell this exact same keyboard. Other notes would be to make sure what key switches you like because that would greatly impact your experience. BUY IT.

  • Great value for the price. I got the silver mx for low sensitivity FPS gaming. With a tenkeyless, my mouse would sometimes hit the side of the keyboard since my desk isn't too big. That problem is gone with this board. Quality feels great and the various lighting modes are a pleasant surprise. I am also a mechanical keyboard enthusiast and have owned many and I'd say the only deficiency lies with the caps. When compared to other PBT caps from sets I've bought, they are lacking in the feel and sound. Thickness-wise, the difference is obvious with quality PBT caps. Overall, very satisfied with this purchase.

  • Shipping/Ordering: In terms of ordering I knew it would take a while based on pre order status given, so I ordered it mid August and it took ~month to get here, just pay attention to the incoming stock page to know when you should expect it to ship. The only surprise was that I didn't get my 2-3 random keys even though it was listed on the packing slip. Since I ordered that option has disappeared from ordering, so I don't know if they ran out of random keys or what, but that was a bummer. Overall MK made it a breeze and I am very satisfied.

    Keyboard: I debated this keyboard for a while, I was using a magic keyboard for work and a decade old Razer with blue switches that I just couldn't stand anymore (so loud). I finally pulled the trigger and I'm super happy about it. The small form factor is incredible; my desk feels more organized and the clean look ties the aesthetic of my work desk together. The feel of these PBT keys is amazing as well - it's like typing on legos.

    Also the brown switches have been a game changer. Comparing Razer's blue to these Cherry MX Browns: they aren't loud at all, but just as rewarding. There is a solid thud with each stroke and just enough actuation that I still know how hard to strike to maintain a really fast cadence and with the quieter sound I can use it all hours of the day even when my kid is sleeping in the room next to me.

    Last thing: it comes with some extra keys including a really cool spacebar key. The material is different though and it has a different feel and sound. I want to use it so bad but it is jarring when I use it because it's a higher pitched clack than the rest.

  • Amazing sound, fantastic feel, decent RGB quality, semi-intuitive customization, but key chatter between the n key, spacebar, and shift disabling itself during games making sprinting and reliable jumping almost impossible. Not sure what happened but I have never had a cherry mx keyboard break down to this extent after less than a month of usage.

  • I have had double clicking on many keys right after I got out of the warranty period. I would not recommend if you plannn to type with a keyboard. (Those 3 n's were not on purpossse and I just realized the n is now messed up too(Again, look at all that s on purpose.)) I need to now replace a $100 keyboard without even a full years use.

  • Keyboards very aesthetically pleasing, RGB is easy to learn even without any software. Was warned that larger hands wouldn't be suitable for a smaller size keyboard but there's really no issue. The smaller size will take a little to get used to for any body previously using a full size keyboard.

    The backspace and space bar sound a little springy, I am new to Mechanical Keyboards so take this with a grain of salt. I choose the Cherry MX Silver Switches, and while I like them the 'speed' is largely a gimmick and I'd recommend just getting Cherry MX Reds. I think the space bar is particularly sensitive with these switches.

    A few keys don't seem to shine the RGB through as well as other keys.
    I also didn't receive the manual, not a big deal since its online but still might have been convenient to have. Overall great keyboard from Ducky and such a sweet upgrade from cheap membrane.

  • I'm really glad I went with the Silent Red switches it's super quiet but still has the mechanical keyboard brilliance. The size is actually perfect, and I wonder why I haven't gone for a 65% keyboard until now. It has just the right amount of keys, nothing more and nothing less wanted. Build quality and typing experience is impressive considering the cost.

  • Got this keyboard with the Cherry MX Brown keys, and I'm extremely satisfied. I've owned a Razer Black Widow in the past and wasn't really fond of how loud it was but I find that the keys on this keyboard aren't as loud and I get this satisfying feel when I use it for typing. I purchased this keyboard to use with a gaming PC and also to have something to use for work, hence the choice of the brown keys. The keyboard comes with a Chinese Zodiac space bar and additional keys of a random color which I did not hesitate to use the included key cap puller to change the keys out.

    Waited quite a bit for this keyboard but the wait was worth it. If you're considering getting your hands on one of these keyboards, I say go for it and get on that pre-order!!

  • 4.55 STARS FOR ME
    Ordered Cherry Brown switches with my board. Upgrading from some hand-me-down hybrid board and ooooo mama this thing is amazing. The brown switches on this thing feel soooo satisfying. Its 65% size is awesome and having the arrow keys & Delete key were a must for me so I'm glad Ducky made this board a thing.
    Only con to me is the lack of software to customize the board. I come from a Razer lifestyle, so I'm used to Synapse (which has it's ups and downs) and the ease of use with it is amazing for all my Razer stuff. I could set RGB up way easier, plus the Macro's I had set were much easier to set up and offered more diverse options. However that's a small use case so I can't be too upset. The RGB is great and it has the size factor I was looking for. Now if only I got that early Year of the Rat spacebar instead of the second one. ;-;

  • Best keyboard I've purchased for sure.

  • Amazing keyboard. I got the silver switches, and my Corsair K63 is not even close to the feeling of typing with this. The only thing I would complain about is that the additional beautiful spacebar that comes with it is not as thick as the plain one already on the keyboard which makes it less pleasant to use. I love the design on it and how light reveals the design, but I am not going to use it because it doesn't feel as good.

  • I could not be happier. Moving over from a red dragon TKL with blue switches and a full-size corsair board with red switches and this is leagues better in every way. I went with browns and find them to be exactly what I was looking for. the lighting control being baked into the board is incredible as I hate bloat-ware that you need to use most other keyboards.

    My main two uses are gaming and coding so this works great for both. Very well done Ducky. Also shout to MK for the speedy and professional service.

  • Just got my Ducky One 2 SF with the silent red switches and this think is amazing. This is my first keyboard with silent switches and its amazing, you cant hear any noticeable clicking and the keys fell more solid and quality for a lack of a better way to describe the feeling. Obviously very compact and the RGB is very nice and looks better than my Corsair K65, although the customization is pretty limited without software, but it is very easy to change the lights on the fly which is nice and I like having one less software app to launch in windows. I have no complaints on the overall quality of the board. No serous wobble or flex apart from the plastic under the spacebar but even that is nothing unless you are weird about stuff like that. My biggest problem is about half the key cap lettering lacks uniformity in the light pass through. I never thought this would bother me but it is quite annoying considering i thought ducky has better quality key caps than that but definitely not a deal breaker. Also the right shift key being smaller does not bother me considering I have literally never used it.

  • Absolutely amazing keyboard. Use it to game heavily as well as for work and is always amazing to type with. Highly recommend to anyone else looking for a mechanical keyboard with great build quality and value.

  • really love this keyboard; no build flaws, glitches, or issues while using and the lights are amazing. ordered the browns so it would be abit quieter and smoother than my last keyboard, and that's exactly what i got (though i can understand now why browns seem sandy to some people). the only issues i had came down to personal preference and extras, which were the accent keycaps and what I'm guessing was supposed to be the free bonus. my random accents were orange, so i personally don't want to use them but that was all a matter of personal taste. i had ordered the frozen llama sticker as a free bonus, but instead i got 3 defected/extra german keycaps?? so that was weird, but this doesn't reflect on the quality of the keyboard or anything. lastly, this didn't come with a physical manual like I thought it would, but the manual is downloadable on the ducky website so that was all fine as well. overall satisfied with this board.

  • I got this keyboard yesterday. I have been using it to type up school work as well as game heavily. I love this thing. I would recommend it to anyone who likes a quality 60% mechanical keyboard. The keystrokes feel buttery smooth, the sound is perfect, the build quality is very good, the RGB is fantastic if that is important to you, and the random set of keycaps that it comes with are a nice added touch (even if I didn't get a down arrow lol). If you are in the market for one . get this!

    P.S. I chose the Cherry MX browns. I prefer Kailh over Cherry after having used both. But Cherry is still good.

  • I just got this beautiful keyboard today. I have been doing school work my university and gaming quite a bit today. The keystrokes feel smooth. The RGB is perfect if that really matters to you. Build quality is realllly good. Love the extra keycaps as well, nice little touch. I would recommend this keyboard to anyone who wanted a compact and quality keyboard. Ducky for life.

    P.S. I have the Cherry MX browns. From someone who has had both Kailh and Cherry . I would recommend Kailh due to it feeling more smooth and easy to type on.

  • Typing on this right now! This is the best keyboard I have ever owned!

  • Keyboard has a pretty gamebreaking issue: it freezes or turns off (can't tell yet) extremely often. Will just stop receiving input. I have to fix by unplugging and replugging the cable. Have tried many different cables, so not sure if its an issue with the port itself or firmware. Either way, unusable.

  • This keyboard "randomly" freezes. Unfortunately I only found this out after buying it. Apparently a lot of other people are having the same issue (see e.g. Basically, whenever the MacOS is checking for updates, this keyboard will freeze -- with the backlight frozen and the keys non-responsive. Also disabling the system updates does not help 100% of the time, so there are some other issues with the keyboard.

    This is very unfortunately as I like the foam factor and the silent mx red switch on this keyboard. But having issues like this makes the keyboard unreliable as a basic input instrument. I'm considering returning mine already.

  • The Ducky One 2 SF has become my favorite keyboard to date. I love the 65% form factor and the fact that it comes with double shot PBT keycaps right off the bat. Arrow keys for me was also a must. I've even customized my keyboard. More than I ever could have with other keyboards from Razer, Logitech, HyperX, etc. and I believe Ducky gives you the freedom to do so. I chose Cherry Silent Switches as the switch type from my keyboard and I installed Cherry O-Rings to make them even quieter. I switched the normal cable for a coiled MechCables Type-C cable. I've added Grey Tai-Hoa Rubber Keycaps and also added Ducky's color of the year, 2019, keycaps, Living Coral. Then, I plan on switching the plastic case that it comes with an aluminum one. All I can say is that if you're thinking about buying this keyboard, do it! You won't regret it. It does take a bit to get used to the 65% layout but, that's not a problem. especially if you're coming from a TKL layout. But yeah, give this keyboard a chance! I don't see myself ever going back to TKL or Full-Size layouts ever again.

  • I absolute love this keyboard! I had initially been using the ducky one mini, but being a graphic designer, was dying for arrow keys. I had been looking everywhere for a 65%, but nothing out there was really worth looking into. When this came out, I instantly hopped on it to give it a try and I haven't looked back. It's so smooth and feels the way a mechanical keyboard should feel. I highly recommend this little gem.

  • This is a phenomenal keyboard. It is solid and a bit heavy. Includes the arrow keys as well as Del, PgUp, PgDn, so that you will have an easier time adjusting to a 65% keyboard. Good build quality and appreciate the extra keycaps that are included by Ducky. Very satisfied with this purchase.

  • love everything about this keyboard!

  • This is the fourth mechanical keyboard I've owned, but the first that makes me think not all mechanical keyboards are created equal. The key weight and lack of "clack" from bottoming out set it apart. The the spring resistance of my cherry brown SF is a tiny bit higher than the keyboard it replaces. I don't think the bottom of the switch travel is dampened, so this resistance must be responsible for preventing the clack. It makes the keyboard a bit quieter and gives the One 2 a distinctive tone. I bought this 65% form factor to use with my laptop on the go, but it's actually great for desktop use. I'm a big fan of the number pad, but slimming the design up absolutely improves the ergonomics of everyday typing and FPS gaming. I'm not reaching or mis-centered or spreading my wings wide. The keyboard is always close and comfortable. I was a bit skeptical about putting all of the light controls on the keyboard as opposed to setting it with software, but I prefer it now that I understand how to use it. The best feature of all is Fn Alt Space for setting a static color. Every key displays one shade of the rainbow and you select what to display. I prefer the scrolling rainbow effect, but one static color seems more professional while at work. One final clarification: the outlet on the keyboard is a USB-C but the other end of the provided cable is USB-3.0.

  • Love it! I had a mechanical keyboard with blues. Got the Ducky SF with browns. Like the quieter keys but still a bit of tactile feel. Smooth key strokes, time to customize it for my setup.

  • Worth every cent! Keys feel amazing, no flex, great sound, great RGB, and exactly the quality I have come to expect from Ducky. Only complaints would be the included spare keycaps dont have the extra legends on them like the stock keycaps, and the included cable is kinda cheap feeling but easily replaced. Highly recommend this keyboard!

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