Mechanical keyboards are a type of keyboard that use mechanical switches to register keypresses. In the world of custom keyboards, you get fine-tuned control over how your keyboard looks and feels. You use and interact with one every day—it's worth it to make it perfect for you.

Current Keyboards

M0LLY Polycarbonate

A modern geometric replica of the iconic Apple M0110A.

This edition of M0LLY features a polycarbonate case with CNC mirror-polished brass parts, available in three finishes: Dark Nickel PVD, 24k Gold PVD, and Silver PVD.

Group Buy open from March 26 to April 23. This Group Buy is limited.



This is a 75% top-mount keyboard, featuring a USB-C daughterboard and USB-A hub.

Extras now available.

Buy Godspeed75 Extras


Portico is our entry-level mechanical keyboard, designed to be the perfect first mechanical keyboard for you. It's got a 65% layout, a polycarbonate case, gasket-mounted plate, hotswap PCB (no soldering!), and RGB lights.

Portico is available as a build kit that you assemble yourself.

Currently in production.

View Portico

Past Keyboards

These are keyboards that we've previously sold.

CandyBar Premium Keyboard

CandyBar is a special, compact keyboard in an unusual layout: it's a 40% layout with a numpad that can be placed on either the left or the right.

Discover the CandyBar


A modern Apple M0110A replica. M0LLY features a 60% layout with a numpad.

Meet M0LLY


The king of splits. SP-111 is a premium split keyboard with a southpaw (left-sided) numpad.

See the SP-111


Our version of the classic 1800 layout. The TKC1800 gives you vintage style with a modern twist.

View TKC1800

Mechanical Keyboards 101

New to mechanical keyboards? Check out Keyboard University, our beginner-friendly resource with articles about keyboard basics. Topics include common keyboard terminology, basics about keycaps, switches, and stabilizers, how Group Buys work, and more.

Visit Keyboard University