EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S
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EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S

68 Keys Hot-swap RGB Mechanical Keyboard

Backorder: Shipment will be available in 7 days after purchase
    Bluetooth 5.1, wireless/wired dual modes, 1900mAh large battery (SK68S ONLY)
    16.8 million RGB lighting effects & Dye-subbed PBT GSA profile keycaps
    Compatible with Mac/Win/Android/iOS
    32-bit M3 MCU chipset with onboard 8M Flash Memory, and 3 channel 256 professional-level RGB color management chip
    3 Fn Macros programmable
Current Configuration:
39.00 USD 65.00 USD
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Hot Swappable Mechanical Keyboard

The SK68/SK68S is hot swappable which is a rare feature among mechanical keyboards, this means you can easily change out your mechanical switches for a different type, without any soldering or effort. Want a different typing feel or sound? Simply change out the switches, and you can have a completely different tactile experience! This also extends the lifespan of the keyboard.

Bluetooth 5.1 and 1900mAh Battery (SK68S ONLY)

SK68S can connect via Bluetooth for wireless connectivity or with the included Type-C USB cable. With Bluetooth 5.1, it easily connects seamlessly with your devices with up to three devices at once, and easily switch between devices for efficient multitasking and speedy performance. And you can quickly switch between operating system layouts on the SK68S. Included 1900mAh battery ensures long using time, no worries of short out.

Fully Programmable Layout

You can reprogram any key on the SK68 to make custom macros and add layers for extra function. Your macros and layout mapping will forever revolutionize how you interact with your program softwares and games.

16.8 Million RGB Lighting

The SK68/SK68S features RGB lighting with 16.8 million LED colors, rhythm and sound lighting combinations. With additional key-programming and macro-creation for three definable layers. You can download additional lighting effects to the library and easily use them through the lighting effects driver. Simply connect the keyboard using the USB cable to access effects and software updates. Our database is constantly updating with different lighting effects. Enjoy a more immersive and colorful typing and gaming experience.

Compatible with Mac/Win/iOS/Android

The SK68/SK68S is fully compatible with every operating system and you can easily switch between the different OS with just the flip of a switch. It is one of the few mechanical keyboards featuring the Mac layout media keys for the comprehensive integration of the UI. It allows you to use all of the same media keys as a conventional macOS keyboard, but with the unparalleled typing satisfaction of mechanical switches. Compatible with every version of each operating system.

Dye-subbed PBT Keycaps & ABS Light-through for Your Choice

The top-grade PBT thermal sublimation keycaps which is considered the top choice for keycap material as PBT is much more durable, oil-resistant and stays true to color longer. It’s also abrasion-resistant, waterproof and dust resistant to keep your keyboard lasting longer. The ABS light-through keycaps, on the other hand, enables you to enjoy more from the RGB effects. The keycap form was developed for a more ergonomic and comfortable typing experience, with a smooth curvature that perfectly fits the shape of each finger.

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

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Layout
68 Keys
Backlight
RGB backlight, supports 16.8 million colors
Hot-swappable option
Yes, only hot-swap for OPTICAL switches
Compatible system
Mac/iOS/Windows/Android
Charging port
USB Type-C
MCU
32-bit MCU
Flash
Built-in 8M flash
Material
ABS plastic
USB Type-C cable length
1.5m
WHAT’S IN THE BOX?
  • Keyboard
  • USB-C cable
  • Instruction manual

Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 53 reviews
58%
(31)
26%
(14)
11%
(6)
4%
(2)
0%
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Olga Visnakova
smooth and lubed stab

All good i have only good experience of this keyboard

A
Alexandre Akdeniz

Dope

K
Kevin Christopher
Poor Build

what first started out as random leds staying on, now the whole first row of keys dont work. Pathetic build quality

S
Scott Turner

EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S

A
Alex N.
THIS IS NOT A TYPICAL HOTSWAP, but very inducive to modding.

I just got this in the mail today 3 days in advance of the estimation, which is great for an international shipment, but was almost devastated when my plans to mod this keyboard with Panda switches were ruined by the complete lack of warning that "hotswap" means nothing when it comes to optical switches. No switch that isn't a Gateron Optical switch will fit in this proprietary socket.

Of course, I still got to work on this because Gateron Optical Blacks are still a great base to work with and I'd never worked optical switches (that I could take out and open up) before. After replacing the run-of-the-mill stabilizers for some generously lubed Durock plate mounts (really, I tried to save the stock stabs but nothing can), I went to work for an hour cutting some polyethylene foam which I had to actually be deliberate with or else they would trigger the optical sensors on the PCB, and used some, erm, egregiously cheap foaming techniques in the form of paper towel. I've done it before, and for being literally the cheapest of the cheap, it works fairly well, though YMMV. Then after maybe 8 hours of lubing the stems and springs of each switch generously with Krytox 205g0 (why yes i am slow how could you tell) I came to a really impressive almost-end product that I would estimate cost maybe $60 when this was on sale for $40 as shown in the linked video. Then a week and a half later when my keycaps came in, this thing sounded just a slight touch nicer.

My biggest gripes is that as probably heard in the typing tests there seems to be some sort of weird interference with LShift, Enter and Backspace that it's not bottoming out properly, trust me when I say it's not 90% rattle, those things were generously lubed. The board would also be nicer if you weren't limited to optical switches, which is what the GK68 is for, but I bought into the shiny "SALE" tag. Literally any foam in the board would also be a great addition, especially for a retail $65. The software is also very confusing at first, and even a week and a half later I only kind of understand what I'm doing with LED configuration (I still don't know how the hell to save a profile on-board and keep it for rebinds). Finally, it's easy to point at the weirdly placed Backspace, but you get used to it eventu`ally.

Otherwise, this is plus one of the keycap sets here and a bit of patience with switches and literally a $15 set of replacement stabilizers nets you a great budget board that is either $60-$90 with the stock caps or $130-$160 with keycaps in a form factor that should be suitable for most people. I will definitely recommend the GK68 over the SK68 though, just because of the higher varience of switch compatability.

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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.

Note: 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 methods - Standard Shipping and Express Shipping.

Standard Shipping is free (please check your country for availability).

Express Shipping via DHL Express is 10-40USD depending on your country. If your order is over 500USD, DHL Express Shipping is free*.

For many European countries, we offer a tax-paid Express Shipping method via Yun Express. *The GK96S and SK96S are exceptions for free shipping.

Shipping fees exclude import taxes or processing fees that might be applicable for your country, unless you have selected the tax-paid option. 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 is shipped:

  • For Standard Shipping, it takes about 2-3 weeks for items to be delivered after it is shipped. For some countries, it might take up to 2-3 months, depending on your country and its custom procedure. The duration for transit is beyond our control. Epomaker does not arrange 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.

*Note: Shipping period might be affected due to festive seasons or other unforeseen circumstances.

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.

Product Questions

How to choose different switch options?

To choose the suitable switch, it depends on the scenario you use the keyboard and your preference on the typing experience. Here is our helpful guide for your reference: View our Switch Selection Guide

Where can I find the manual/software/driver for my item?

For manuals and software, you may find it in this link: software downloads page

Are there any keyboard with layouts other than ANSI (US Layout)?

As the ANSI is one of the most popular layouts around the world, our keyboards are following this trend for now. For other layouts, we will try our best to make them available on our website in the future.

I want to make myself a DIY keyboard. Where can I find some help?

You may join our Discord to ask for assistance: Click here to Join

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Customer Reviews

Based on 53 reviews
58%
(31)
26%
(14)
11%
(6)
4%
(2)
0%
(0)
O
Olga Visnakova
smooth and lubed stab

All good i have only good experience of this keyboard

A
Alexandre Akdeniz

Dope

K
Kevin Christopher
Poor Build

what first started out as random leds staying on, now the whole first row of keys dont work. Pathetic build quality

S
Scott Turner

EPOMAKER SKYLOONG SK68/SK68S

A
Alex N.
THIS IS NOT A TYPICAL HOTSWAP, but very inducive to modding.

I just got this in the mail today 3 days in advance of the estimation, which is great for an international shipment, but was almost devastated when my plans to mod this keyboard with Panda switches were ruined by the complete lack of warning that "hotswap" means nothing when it comes to optical switches. No switch that isn't a Gateron Optical switch will fit in this proprietary socket.

Of course, I still got to work on this because Gateron Optical Blacks are still a great base to work with and I'd never worked optical switches (that I could take out and open up) before. After replacing the run-of-the-mill stabilizers for some generously lubed Durock plate mounts (really, I tried to save the stock stabs but nothing can), I went to work for an hour cutting some polyethylene foam which I had to actually be deliberate with or else they would trigger the optical sensors on the PCB, and used some, erm, egregiously cheap foaming techniques in the form of paper towel. I've done it before, and for being literally the cheapest of the cheap, it works fairly well, though YMMV. Then after maybe 8 hours of lubing the stems and springs of each switch generously with Krytox 205g0 (why yes i am slow how could you tell) I came to a really impressive almost-end product that I would estimate cost maybe $60 when this was on sale for $40 as shown in the linked video. Then a week and a half later when my keycaps came in, this thing sounded just a slight touch nicer.

My biggest gripes is that as probably heard in the typing tests there seems to be some sort of weird interference with LShift, Enter and Backspace that it's not bottoming out properly, trust me when I say it's not 90% rattle, those things were generously lubed. The board would also be nicer if you weren't limited to optical switches, which is what the GK68 is for, but I bought into the shiny "SALE" tag. Literally any foam in the board would also be a great addition, especially for a retail $65. The software is also very confusing at first, and even a week and a half later I only kind of understand what I'm doing with LED configuration (I still don't know how the hell to save a profile on-board and keep it for rebinds). Finally, it's easy to point at the weirdly placed Backspace, but you get used to it eventu`ally.

Otherwise, this is plus one of the keycap sets here and a bit of patience with switches and literally a $15 set of replacement stabilizers nets you a great budget board that is either $60-$90 with the stock caps or $130-$160 with keycaps in a form factor that should be suitable for most people. I will definitely recommend the GK68 over the SK68 though, just because of the higher varience of switch compatability.

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