FEKER JJK84 T1 75% Kit

75% 84 Keys Hot Swappable Bluetooth 5.0/2.4GHz/Wired Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Kit

  • 75% ANSI Layout
  • Triple modes: Bluetooth/2.4GHz/Type-C wired
  • An EVA foam for absorbing sound
  • Adjustable Two-Stage Feet & Detachable Type-C Cable
Regular price $29.00
Sale price $29.00 Regular price

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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.


A Traditional 75% DIY Keyboard Kit

The 84-key keyboard has been popular among enthusiasts over decades. With function keys and arrow keys remaining, and home cluster keys reshuffling on the right side of the keyboard, it is indeed a useful layout for typists. FEKER JJK84 T1 kit adopts this compact 75% layout to provides more possibilities to be customized, bringing you an ultra experience.

Triple Modes: Bluetooth/2.4GHz Wireless/Wired

More than being wireless, we make this kit in triple modes, that is to say, the Bluetooth technology and ultra-fast stable 2.4GHz wireless, plus Type-C wired mode. Triple modes will be accommodating a variety occasions, such as trip, office, home... no more bulky accessories and no more be bothered by terrible transmission.

Hot Swappable PCB & Lubed Stabilizer

FEKER JJK84 T1 kit adopts a hot swappable PCB that can work with most 3pin/5pin switches, such as Cherry, Gateron, Kailh, AKKO, Otemu... Hot swappable PCB means that you don’t need to solder the switch and it's easier for those who love different types of typing experience. Moreover, the stabilizer are pre-lubed in factory so you don't need to spend time lubing it. Get it and customize it right away.

EVA Foam & Adjustable Two-Stage Feet

To achieve a superb performance, FEKER JJK84 T1 features an EVA foam to absorb sound while typing and also reduce shallow sound of bottom case. With two-stage feet, the keyboard can offer three different heights and angles. You can adjust the keyboard at will!

Detachable Type-C Connection

FEKER JJK84 T1 kit includes a detachable type-C cable for wide compatibility and convenient use. The type-C interface ensures fast and stable connection, compatible for most mainstream devices. Just feel free to change your desk setup without any worries.

Technical Specifications

84 Keys
Triple modes: Bluetooth/2.4GHz/Type-C wired
Yes, 3-pin & 5-pin
Stabilizer type
Anti-ghosting Keys
Tab/Q/W/E/R/A/S/D/F/G/Shift-L/Ctrl-L/Alt-L/space/arrows ONLY
200mAh rechargeable Li-ion battery
Cable Length
System Compatibility
Windows only
Inside the box
  • Keyboard Customized Kit (Case+PCB+EVA Foam+Stabilizers+1*Positioning Plate+1*Battery)
  • Type-C Cable
  • 1*2.4G receiver
  • 1*Manual


Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Glenn Hamilton-Smith
Solid Kit, Unbelievable Price

Amazing for the price. Only big complaint is no N-Key Rollover

Di N
Good but could be better

As mentioned by another review, you cannot press ctlr L + Shift L + something else! this is basic stuff that anny other keyboard i have can do.
The included stabs are really bad, I had to replace them with Everglide Panda V3. Still not perfect but good enough.
The main selling point in this is 3 mode connectivity, i swapped the also ridiculous 200mah with a 4000mah.
Put some foam on the case and did tape mod, added Akko lubed elly black. I think it sounds pretty good now, but I would prefer to pay a little more for better quality stabs and also a better plate, this metal plate has really lose tolerances and is very inconsistent.

Ryan Nguyen
Reset Factory Question

How do i reset my keyboard?


amazing for its price

Syed Al Yahya
Value for money

Board works fine, north facing leds not an issue for me. I modded with PE foam and used o-rings to remount the PCB onto the case - helps more than I expected. The stabs needed a fair bit of tape and lube to stop rattling, but they are fine now. I can’t really complain for the price of this board.

The customisation software is potentially some kind of malware - I’ve seen some folks suggest running it in a temp VM container - I don’t know how to do this. The software does work, but feels a bit dodgy. YMMV.