Varmilo Cliff Bot Lie TKL Triple Mode Bluetooth / Wireless Mechanical Keyboard

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Varmilo VCS87 Cliff Bot: Lie Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
$154.76 $135.00 On Sale!
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
$154.76 $135.00 On Sale!
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
$159.65 $135.00 On Sale!
Cherry MX Silver thumbnailCherry MX Silver
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red



  • Connect 3 ways- wired with USB-C cable, Bluetooth 5.0, and 2.4 GHz
  • Thick PBT Dye Sub keycaps
  • All new case design
  • 3-stage adjustable feet
  • Space-saving TKL design



LAW I : A Robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.

LAW II : A Robot must obey orders given to it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the first law.

LAW III: A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the first or second law.

Details and Specifications

Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorBlack
Frame Top MaterialPlastic
Frame Bottom MaterialPlastic
Primary LED Colorn/a
Control LED Colorn/a
Hotswap SocketsNo
Multimedia KeysF-Row
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleNo
Linux CompatibleYes

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  • Tickle me unimpressed. Every board I've acquired thus far (Ducky, Glorious GMMK, and Keychron). None have the insane ping, rough feeling key travel that this board has. The board feels weak and cheap next to my other boards, and it really shows. The key travel is almost like the switches are rubbing against the inner plastics and the board has not been lubed at all - that and the constant spring just make it unpleasant to use. I'd go back to a $20 membrane before buying this again, but alas it looks like I'm stuck with it. I don't believe it's modular, either, so no luck on pulling the switches and lubing them for a better feel. Take my advice, buy a different board, at $155 the pricing on this thing is nuts.

  • The keyboard is phenomenal. This is my second mechanical keyboard and the quality is honestly mind blowing. The stabs are one of the best that I have tried and the switches feel so smooth. There is barely any spring ping and I highly recommend this keyboard for anyone who wants the top notch in prebuilt TKL.

  • Coming from the Leopold vapor bluetooth board, I have to say that I am not impressed. First off, this board is NOT bluetooth - it comes with a USB dongle that is a "bluetooth receiver" I would return this board but it took me too long to realize that.

    Second, the space bar is awfully pingy.

    Not really a fan of the board's typeface or overall construction. Too big, bulky. Not sure what to do with this.

  • I am absolutely in love with this keyboard. This is by far my favorite pre-built keyboard that I have ever purchased. Keycaps are high quality and unique. Even though MX Browns are made fun of a lot in the community, they are still to me very good switches. I will have to see I am still looking into the instructions on how to maneuver around this keyboard but that is just nitpicking to me. To me, the biggest downside to me is the Spring Ping. But this is something that is sort of inevitable when it comes to buying prebuilt keyboards with unlubed switches it does have foam inside so that makes the noise worse.

    Overall: If you have the budget to buy this keyboard I say go for it. To compare this keyboard to other wireless competitors I would say Keychron K8. This uses 4 AAA batteries instead of it being rechargeable. Best prebuilt keyboard I have ever purchased.

  • Great and sturdy board. No flex what so ever on the case. Crisp individual key presse and no ghost keys so far. USB-C somewhat flimsy but hey it's a wireless board. No instruction on connection. But enough here in the reviews!

    When buying from overseas be aware of tax and import fees!

  • Amazing keyboard, very satisfied with it's feel and sound. The larger keys with stabilizers really surprised me with how solid they feel, and how deep they sound. Compared to some of the cheaper boards that ping and rattle when slamming the spacebar or enter, this one is far more pleasant.

    Had the same issues as other reviewers trying to get it connected at first, you do need to play with some button combinations to figure out which key combo switches the modes. I found it worked using the Menu/Fn key, and Insert. This allows it to toggle between the modes, which will be shown by lighting up a different F1-4 key (or off in wired mode).

    TL;DR It's a fantastic keyboard, and worth the cost, but you might have to do some trial and error button pushing to get it connected initially.

  • I genuinely enjoy this keyboard. I got it with Browns, and I love the feel and sound. The design is spectacular (for a touch typist), and it feels substantial. The keycaps feel slightly rough, which my tactile personality enjoys (hence the Browns!). While I'm giving this keyboard a 5-star review, I had a problem when I first tried to plug it in--none of my computers could detect it! I could get it to work with the wireless dongle that comes with it, so I knew it at least worked.

    After some sleuthing, I found out why, so I decided to share it here for anybody who may run into this in the future. There are key combinations that set the keyboard into wireless, Bluetooth, and wired modes. I found the instruction manual (not included in the box!) on the FCC's website. For those interested, please save yourself the headache and check it out here: link not available

    The upside to having this issue is that I got to try out the dongle. I was surprised to see that a powerful magnet holds it in place. It was easy to get out and also put back. It was also relatively easy to plug in and remove. I don't know how many times I've broken these little dongles in the past. It's like manufacturers usually design them to be permanent fixtures upon installation.

    All in all, I would repurchase the keyboard this time, with the user manual in-hand.

  • Best beginner keyboard I have bought, hands down. The 170 dollar price tag is incredibly worth it. Beautiful, sounds amazing, and feels great!

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