KBParadise V60 The 2 Black RGB LED 60% Double Shot PBT Hotswap Mechanical Keyboard

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SKU: KBP-V60T2-_-BK
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KBParadise V60 The 2 Black Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

 Gateron Green
KBP-V60T2-GTG-BK
$92.00 $82.80 On Sale!
 Gateron Clear
KBP-V60T2-GTW-BK
$92.00
 Gateron Yellow
KBP-V60T2-GTY-BK
$92.00
 Gateron Brown
KBP-V60T2-GTB-BK
$92.00
 Kailh Speed Bronze
KBP-V60T2-KLSBZ-BK
$94.00
 Kailh Speed Copper
KBP-V60T2-KLSCP-BK
$94.00
 Kailh BOX Brown
KBP-V60T2-KLBB-BK
$96.00 $86.40 On Sale!
 Kailh BOX Heavy Burnt Orange
KBP-V60T2-KLBBO-BK
$96.00
 Kailh BOX White
KBP-V60T2-KLBW-BK
$96.00
 Kailh BOX Thick Jade
KBP-V60T2-KLBJ-BK
$98.00
 Kailh BOX Navy
KBP-V60T2-KLBNY-BK
$98.00
 Cherry MX Brown
KBP-V60T2-B-BK
$98.00
 Kailh BOX Silent Pink
KBP-V60T2-KLBSP-BK
$99.00
 Cherry MX Red
KBP-V60T2-R-BK
$99.00
 Cherry MX Black
KBP-V60T2-A-BK
$96.00

Keycaps

Backlighting

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

Features

  • Dimensions : 290 x 100 x 40 mm (11.4 x 4.0 x 1.6 in)
  • PBT Seamless Doubleshot Keycaps
  • Includes 24 1u rainbow keycaps (pictured)
  • Hot-swappable switches. Easily remove and install any MX-based switch without any soldering.

Details and Specifications

BrandKBParadise
ModelV60 The 2
Size60%
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorBlack
Frame Top MaterialPlastic
Frame Bottom MaterialPlastic
Primary LED ColorRGB
Control LED ColorRGB
Hotswap SocketsYes
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Interface(s)USB-C
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Cord Length60 inches

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  • TLDR: a pretty piece of trash.

    I own a v60 Polstar that I programmed in QMK and it's a champ. The programming software for the v60the2 is so anemic that it can't even program basic layers to enable sane navigation. So I am stuck doing right handed contortion acts to simply go up | down | left | right .

    It's like taking a high end sports car and putting the steering wheel under the drivers seat. Don't waste your money.

  • Love the Arrow mode feature, exactly what I needed! Not liking that the function symbols are printed vs translucent/backlit like the previous version was, impossible to see in the dark.

  • This is the only board series on the site that has Gateron clears as of this review. I think this shows how forward thinking someone is involved in this release. This is a gem of a board. Nothing is rattly, It is smooth, The Gateron clears are lighter than red switches and less fatiguing after hours of arrow key or WASD combo usage. This company recognized this clear benefit before others and made the least fatiguing board I have ever used. And with the arrow key layer on this board, I can't see another 60% board being more appealing than this one.

  • Just got this in with the Box Jades. I love it. This is my first venture into non-branded(logi, razer) and I am very impressed. The quality difference is apparent from the second you take it out of the box and it only gets better from there.

    I think the enthusiast crowd will have opinions on the stabilizers, not to say they are bad or less than great, I just think they will have a different opinion than mine.

    The jades are an experience that I think anyone who likes clicky switches should go through. Going from mx blues to jades is like going from a Honda Civic to a Ferrari. Everything feels refined and intentional.

    I love it and feel like I got more than what I paid for having seen the market.

  • I've been using this this keyboard over a month now and I think this is a really great keyboard that a lot of people might be overlooking.

    There are three things about this board I think make it really great: First, it's a 60%. Switching from a full size to a 60% really makes a world of difference. I find this layout a lot more ergonomic and comfortable to type on. Second, "arrow mode". The biggest reason I hear for why someone might not like a 60% is the loss of the arrow keys. Well, the KBParadise v60 the 2 has your back! It has something called "arrow mode that can be toggled on and off. When in arrow mode right alt, menu, ctrl and shift all function as arrow keys. No fn combinations needed. Finally, and this is something listed incorrectly on MK's product page, the sockets ARE ACTUALLY HOT SWAPPABLE. Five pin sockets too. You can toss any MX style switch in this bad boy.

    I'll admit my keyboard experience is fairly limited, but I love this thing and, realistically, I may never buy another keyboard again. 60%, with functional arrow keys, and hot swap sockets. Don't sleep on this.

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