Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
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Epomaker SK71/SK71S

71 Keys Hot Swappable Mechanical Keyboard

    N-key rollover, anti-ghosting
    Wireless&wired dual mode with Bluetooth5.1 (SK71S ONLY)
    16million RGB lighting effects, available for customizing, updated continually
    Win&Mac layout supported
    PBT GSA keycaps
    Type C interface
Current Configuration:
71.20 USD 89.00 USD
Please configure your keyboard

70% Layout &Hot Swappable Keyboard

Following the several popular products, SK has been pushing itself to offer more and catch your heart right away. The SK71/SK71S is truly a showstopper as it not only adopts the high quality Gateron Optical switches for durability but also it’s hot swappable. Hotswap keyboard allows you to replace it with other optical switches freely without soldering issue. You can fully enjoy the fun of making your own unique keyboard.

Bluetooth 5.1 Wireless&Wired Dual Mode (SK71S ONLY)

Reliable dual modes with maximum 3 devices. Bluetooth 5.1 chip makes it ultra-low latency when making the keystroke registration instantly and switching between the devices is easier than before. Built-in 1900mAh battery ensures long-lasting using. Get the wireless mode plus a wired feature to free your desk and work and maximize your productivity.

PBT Sublimation GSA Keycaps

SK71/SK71S adopts the PBT sublimation keycaps, high abrasive resistance and oil-proof. This matters because it means the keycaps will last for years, and the print on them won't fade away. With the contoured GSA keycaps and 71 keys layout, you are fully equipped to crush it both at work and in-game, ergonomics design for long time use without fatigue.

16.8 Million RGB Lighting

With backlighting that’s implemented with understated functionality for each key in mind, RGB has never been more elegant than on the SK71/SK71S. You can also set this kit’s 16 million color LEDs to respond to sound, or you can use the included software to create your own custom lighting scheme.

Win+Mac Design&Type C Interface

Press keys to easily switch between Windows and Mac devices, detailed Windows+Mac layout meets the needs of each user to work efficiently or gaming/working status switching. Type-c interface ensures stable and convenient connection. Independent numbers and arrow keys are so useful too.

N-Key Rollover and Anti-ghosting

NKRO is vital for gamers so SK71 is n-key rollover and anti-ghosting. You can register as many keys as you can press at once without missing out characters in different modes. Onboard flash memory unit can storage configurations to the keyboard offline.

Driver download link: https://epomaker.com/pages/software-downloads

Three Layers Programmable Modes
User Defined Mode
  • Press FN+W, W white light will turn on, and then you are in onboard layer-1 to customize your keyboard; press FN+W again to back to normal keyboard
  • Mac OS Mode
  • Press FN+E, E white light will turn on and then you are in onboard layer-2, Mac OS keyboard mode, press FN+E again to back to normal keyboard
  • FNX Adjustable Function Define Mode
  • Press FN+R, R white light will turn on, and then you are in onboard layer-3 to customize your keyboard; press FN+R again to back to normal keyboard
  • PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
    Layout
    71 Keys
    Interface
    USB-C
    Cable length
    1.5m
    Backlit
    RGB, programmable
    Switch
    Gateron Optical Switch
    WHAT’S IN THE BOX?
    • Keyboard
    • Type-C Cable
    • Instruction Manual

    Reviews

    Customer Reviews

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    Very cool indeed, and for the price is great!

    So, I was on the lookout for a cheap mechanical keyboard and I know those don't come around very often. So I found my SK71 on sale here and I had to get one. It does need some reajustment time to get the new layout on the tip of your fingers but it's really good. Had me some optical red switches, a bit on the softer side comparing to my previous mechanical browns - but also very good. The swapable switches are a great way to change switches - if for some reason you don't like the ones you picked - and there's a bunch of keycaps around the internet for you to get them if you don't like the stock ones.

    Didn't get much rattle on the modifier keys (caps lock, enter, space or backspace) even tho I'll probably lube the stabilizers and add some bandaid mod, probably even some foam to "clean" the great sound of these switches.

    Cons: The keycaps aren't open on the letters so they're not the best for using in a dark environment, more so if you're new to this layout. Also, the software could be a bit more friendly though you only use it if you want to since it has all the functions saved in the keyboard.

    The package came very well isolated and I had no scratches, bumps or any damage whatsoever on the box. It took rougly 20 days to get it, even in the middle of this pandemic.

    Great job!

    J
    J.M.
    Too many sacrifices to get to this compact form factor

    When I first saw the SK71, I thought that it would perfectly match my needs for a compact mechanical keyboard that still had a full number pad and usable arrow key arrangement. However, the combining and shortening of some of the keys was, in my mind, not quite successful. The reason we have so many QWERTY keyboards, despite being less efficient than the Dvorak variant, is because the former is more commonplace and users have adapted to its layout. I'm sure that some who may be able to adapt to the SK71's differences, but unless your other keyboards have the same quad-functional key management, then that adaptation might be wasted.

    FAQ

    Shipping & Handling

    Which countries do you ship to?

    We are generally able to ship to most countries via DHL Express, and many countries via Standard Shipping. You may clarify with our team to see whether Standard Shipping is available to your country.

    We can only do Standard Shipping for the UK, India and Russia. We can only do Express Shipping to Africa, Argentina, Hawaii, Kuwait, Mauritius, Montenegro and Sri Lanka, to name a few.... Click here to read our Shipping Policy.

    How much does shipping cost?

    We have two shipping options - Standard Shipping and Express Shipping via DHL Express. Standard Shipping is free for orders over $130USD, while Express Shipping is 10-50USD depending on your country. Shipping fees exclude import taxes or processing fees that might be applicable for your country. Epomaker is not responsible for any form of such fees.

    How long does it take to receive the order after it is placed?

    For in-stock products, your order will be shipped within 3 working days. Customized items will take a longer time (do check in with our staff for more information). On normal non-sale days, once your parcel has been shipped out:

    • For Standard Shipping, it takes about 2-3 weeks for items to be delivered after shipping out. For some countries, it might take up to 2-3 months, depending on your country and its customs. The duration for transit is something beyond our control. Epomaker will not be making refunds for such cases. Please consider an upgrade to DHL Express or keep the waiting time in mind.
    • For Express Shipping, it takes about 3-7 days for items to be delivered after shipping out.

    Warranty & Returns

    7-Day Return Policy

    On the ground of disliking a product, you may return any non-customized and non-sales product that is sealed, within the 7 days upon receiving it. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It also must be in the original packaging. Customized and sales products, accessories, or spare parts are excluded from the 7-day return policy. The shipping fee, handling fees, or any form of tax caused by return will NOT be refunded.

    Additionally, a restocking fee (35% of the item’s retail value) will be charged under this circumstance... Click here to read our full return policy.

    1 Year Warranty

    Epomaker offers a 1-year warranty for keyboards and DIY kits, and offers a 6-month warranty for keycap sets and cases (e.g the case-only product sold separately). Batteries will be covered by the 3-month warranty. Accessories such as keycap pullers, switch pullers, free spare keycaps, cables etc., are excluded from the warranty. To claim for a warranty or confirm whether your product is eligible for return/warranty, please kindly contact us via support@epomaker.com.

    The warranty does not extend to any product whose serial number has been defaced or altered, just as the warranty will cease if you make modifications in the software not authorized by Epomaker. Click here to read our full Warranty Policy.

    48 Working Hours response to Support Inqueries.

    For items that are damaged, incorrect, or faulty upon delivery, you must contact support@epomaker.com within 7 days upon delivery. You need to provide any solid proof of the problem you come across. Epomaker will help you identify the problem, and may cover the shipping cost according to the agreed amount. Please kindly note that a shipping fee that is extremely higher than the 15% of product value is non-refundable. The shipping fee won’t be refunded if the product is not with any manufacturer defects.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
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    A.R.B.
    Very cool indeed, and for the price is great!

    So, I was on the lookout for a cheap mechanical keyboard and I know those don't come around very often. So I found my SK71 on sale here and I had to get one. It does need some reajustment time to get the new layout on the tip of your fingers but it's really good. Had me some optical red switches, a bit on the softer side comparing to my previous mechanical browns - but also very good. The swapable switches are a great way to change switches - if for some reason you don't like the ones you picked - and there's a bunch of keycaps around the internet for you to get them if you don't like the stock ones.

    Didn't get much rattle on the modifier keys (caps lock, enter, space or backspace) even tho I'll probably lube the stabilizers and add some bandaid mod, probably even some foam to "clean" the great sound of these switches.

    Cons: The keycaps aren't open on the letters so they're not the best for using in a dark environment, more so if you're new to this layout. Also, the software could be a bit more friendly though you only use it if you want to since it has all the functions saved in the keyboard.

    The package came very well isolated and I had no scratches, bumps or any damage whatsoever on the box. It took rougly 20 days to get it, even in the middle of this pandemic.

    Great job!

    J
    J.M.
    Too many sacrifices to get to this compact form factor

    When I first saw the SK71, I thought that it would perfectly match my needs for a compact mechanical keyboard that still had a full number pad and usable arrow key arrangement. However, the combining and shortening of some of the keys was, in my mind, not quite successful. The reason we have so many QWERTY keyboards, despite being less efficient than the Dvorak variant, is because the former is more commonplace and users have adapted to its layout. I'm sure that some who may be able to adapt to the SK71's differences, but unless your other keyboards have the same quad-functional key management, then that adaptation might be wasted.

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