Bluetooth 5.1 Wired/Wireless Hotswap DIY Kit

  • Bluetooth 5.1 wireless/wired dual mode, 1900mAh battery
  • Split spacebar module
  • RGB SMD light, multiple light effects
  • 60% layout PCB, widely compatible with most of 60% keyboard case
  • Hotswap terminal, PCB is compatible with multiple switches, supports Cherry Switch/Gateron Switch/Kailh BOX Switch, etc
Regular price $40.00
Sale price $40.00 Regular price $80.00

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7-Day Return Policy

You may return any non-customized and non-sales product that is sealed, within the 7 days upon receiving it.

Hotswap Keyboard DIY Kit

GK61XS custom kit is equipped with hot swappable terminals, with which you could install the switches directly without soldering. It’s compatible with Cherry MX switches, Kailh switches and Gateron switches and other 3 pin or 5 pin switches. You can easily build up your own mechanical keyboard with this kit.

Split Spacebar Module and Fully Programmable

 The GK61XS kit includes an extra split spacebar module(2.75U/2.25U/1.25U) with which you can make it based on your own typing habit. With the software, you can fully program it, either the backlight or the macro settings.

Bluetooth 5.1, 1900mAh Battery&Adjustable Sleep Mode

Adopting the latest Bluetooth technology, you can connect up to 4 devices at the same time, simply press FN+Z/X/C to exchange between devices. Added adjustable time in sleep mode supports 10 levels adjustment from zero to 45 minutes. More user friendly and energy saving.

16.8 Million RGB Backlight

RGB is such a cool element while playing games. GK61XS fully know your needs and thus this model is equipped with RGB SMD light. More than 16.8 million lights are available. It’s more than a keyboard but also a fun toy.

Professional 60% Keyboard

GK61XS is 60% layout PCB, widely compatible with most of 60% keyboard case, you could change the case as you wish. The chipset is 32 Bit MCU + 8M Flash on-board memory, and 3 pieces independent 256*256*256 RGB color management chip.

Three Layers Programmable Modes
User Defined Mode
  • Press FN+W, 1 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, 2 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, 3 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
  • Note: Keycaps and Switches are not included, you need to buy them separately. 

    Technical Specifications

    61 Keys
    Bluetooth Wireless / Type-C to USB connection
    Inside the box
    • Keyboard Customized Kit (PCB, Mounting Plate, Stabilizers)
    • Type-C Cable
    • Keycap Puller
    • Switch Puller

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 5 reviews
    Massimo Alfonso
    Didn’t work and they still haven’t sent me the part thags broken

    I ordered it and it arrived when it said it would. I ping building the keyboard it turns out the PCB didn’t work and i’ve been emailing them for about 2 months now and they keep telling me they’re gonna send me the part but I haven’t even gotten so much as a tracking number. Not good customer service at all.

    Great entry kit for custom keyboard

    Loving it, working well, split bar is a really good feature for layering. The configuration was a pain, specially with no support for Linux, but I was able to configure layers almost fully for my needs.

    Leif Olson
    Sucky keyboard

    I got the keyboard and it came with the plate and PCB as listed. All I had to do was put in the switches and the key caps. Once I had done that I quickly found out that the keyboard wouldn’t always give an output when I pressed one of the keys. I did some further testing because I thought it might have been a defect in the switches but I soon found out that wasn’t the case.

    Now to be completely clear, I did no modding to the keyboard whatsoever, the plate was on nice and tight so that the switches could reach the PCB and the RGB worked quite fine, all it was, was that every time I would press a key there was a chance of it just not registering.

    One other issue I have and I don’t think it’s really about the product itself but it took 2 entire months for the order to arrive, which is surprisingly long for an American company as I live very close.

    In all, I spent $80 - $90 on this product that doesn’t work properly. And I won’t even try to get a refund as I know it’ll be near to impossible and just not worth the trouble.

    And as one last message, this very well could have been just a manufacturing issue and could just be a problem for me but it really sucks either way, especially as this was my first build.

    Spent $80 - $90 on a keyboard for it only to come after 2 months and it not work as intended.


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    We are so sorry that you did not find the keyboard satisfying.

    If you have met any problems when using the keyboard, please feel free to contact us by emailing to and attaching your order number and a video to show the issue. Our support will be happy to help you out.

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    Kind regards,
    Epomaker Team

    pranshul sethi

    epic beginner keyboard for someone who can't rlly buy keyboards

    Hamid Ardekani

    Overall it is very good. Everything about it is fine and so are the stabilisers but hey are just a bit wobbly. A bit of foam would have been nice to be shipped with too.

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