Keycap Profiles: The Ultimate Guide in 2022

Are you bored with the mechanical keyboard keycaps profile you are currently using? Or your keycaps are damaged because they are old enough? You may need to read this article to the end for instructions on finding the most suitable keycaps for your mechanical keyboard.

There are several important aspects that you should pay attention to when buying new keycaps. In addition to the unique design, you have to pay attention to the thickness, the type of profile, the quality of the materials used, and the price of the keycaps themselves.

If you have a keyboard that has an RGB backlight, make sure you don’t buy the wrong keycaps, so that your RGB backlight mechanical keyboard can’t show off. Of the various types of keycaps, I am always optimistic to have Double Shot Keycaps because they have a better durability than other keycaps. But if you want an aesthetic aspect to your keycaps, we recommend Pudding Keycaps for you.

In this article, we’ll take an in-depth look at the various keycaps profiles on the market today. Hopefully this article can guide you in finding the best keycaps for your favorite mechanical keyboard.

What are Keycap Profiles?

Keycap profile refers to the difference between shape, design, height, as well as ergonomics. Keycaps profile is an important part of a mechanical keyboard because it can be a factor in the comfort of typing or playing games on a mechanical keyboard.

Usually the keycaps profile has a basic difference on:

  • Height
  • Thickness
  • Size
  • Keycaps Design
  • Carving
  • And The Method Of Making Keycaps Itself

Some keycap profiles have the advantage of providing comfort and a more pleasant typing experience. And some keycap profiles can provide a more enjoyable gaming experience.

The choice of keycap profile all depends on the preferences of each user.

Why Get a New Keycap Set?

Most mass-produced pre-built keyboards use default keycaps of mediocre quality. Replacing keycaps with custom keycaps from third parties can be a better choice, especially since you will get more guaranteed quality keycaps with reliable durability.

Changing the keycaps on the keyboard is also one way to rotate the use of keycaps so that your keycaps are better maintained if you exchange them regularly compared to using keycaps continuously on a mechanical keyboard.

By changing the keycaps, you will also get a fresher keyboard appearance and look like it was a keyboard fresh out of the box.

Believe it or not, changing the keycaps on the keyboard can improve your mood and positive feeling as you discover new experiences and auras.

Replacing your keyboard keycaps with new keycaps profiles that you may have never experienced before will provide a different experience. Suppose you switch from OEM profile to Cherry profile, you will get a very different typing experience.

Maybe changing the keycaps will cost you anywhere from $30 to $100 at least. But you get a lot of benefit from it.

Some of the positive benefits of changing keycaps are as follows:

  • Different RGB Lighting
  • Keycaps Color
  • Keycaps Design
  • Keycaps Quality
  • New Typing Experience
  • Keycaps Durability
  • Grip keycaps that are more precise on your fingers

After trying several keycaps with different profiles, this time I will explain in detail about the different keycaps profiles that exist in today’s world. Let’s get started!!

Types of Keycap Profiles

 Kinds of Keycaps Profile
Kinds of Keycaps Profile

Did you know that keycaps actually come in different heights and shapes. The shape and height of the keycaps usually uses the term ‘profile’. The OEM profile is the most frequently used in all mass-produced keyboards. There is also a Cherry profile which is shorter but still angled/sculpted. If you are looking for a higher than OEM profile and still angled, the SA profile could be your choice. Lastly, there is the XDA profile which is shorter and flatter.

In addition to the keycaps profiles above, there are actually other variants (such as DSA, DCS, or others) however; from my experience washing my eyes in local online marketplaces, the 4 profiles I mentioned first are the easiest to find (even though the SA profile is not as easy as the other 3 profiles and the OEM profile is the easiest and cheapest).

Keycaps profile is also important to note because it will provide comfort and a different sound. For the convenience of use, the height of the keycaps will greatly affect the orientation of the keys (assuming you don’t see the keyboard anymore when you use them) and how much power is needed for bottoming out. As for the sound, the higher the sound cavity, the louder the sound produced by the keycaps when bottoming out.

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My advice, the cherry profile is the ideal one to look for — if you want to switch from OEM and before trying other profiles. The cherry profile is easier to use than OEM because it’s shorter so you’re less likely to bottom out as well — unless you’re too brutal with the keyboard. Due to its shorter length, the cherry profile’s sound cavity is narrower which will make your keyboard sound denser as well.

Unfortunately, there are some major drawbacks to the cherry profile over OEMs. First, these keycaps are usually priced at a higher price. Second, the keycaps variant is also much more limited. You’ll have a much harder time finding cherry profile keycaps with backlight translucent letters than OEM profiles. As far as I know, there are no pudding keycaps that use the cherry profile.

However, these two shortcomings are not a problem considering the comfort and the sound produced is much more important to me.

Oh yes, before changing the keycaps, it is also important to pay attention to the size and stem keycaps of the keyboard you are currently using. Not a few gaming keyboards that do not have a standard bottom row. Most Corsair keyboards, for example, don’t have a standard bottom row (except the K100). The Logitech G Pro also doesn’t have a bottom row standard. The default bottom row size is 6.25u for the spacebar and 1.25u for the rest of the keys (CTRL, Win key, ALT, et al.). For more details, you can see in the image below.

Keyboard Key Size
Keyboard Key Size

It’s also important to note the stem used because you can’t pair the keycaps if the mounts are different. Currently, there are 2 switches that I remember not being compatible with the Cherry MX stem, namely the Logitech Romer-G and the ASUS ROG RX switch.

Keycap Profile Comparison

Keycap ProfileDescriptionHeight
OEMThe most common keycap type on the market, mass produced. Considered to be very standard.11.9mm
CHERRYVery similar to the OEM profile but a little shorter. Very popular profile due to the feel.9.4mm
XDAMedium height keycap profile with a spherical top. All rows are the same height.9.1mm
SAVery tall keycap profile with slightly spherical but sloped top.16.5mm
TAI HAOTall keycap with angled top, no curvature.14.8mm
KATTaller keycap with spherical inclined design. Based on SA design, slightly shorter than standard SA design.13.5mm
DSASlightly shorter keycap profile with spherical top. Consistent height for each row.7.6mm
KAMSimilar to XDA, but a bit smaller surface area on top of keycap.9.1mm
TEAVery thin keycap, with all rows the same height.3.8mm
MBKEven thinner than TEA, but with slight curvature on top.3.2mm
AMKApple’s Magic Keyboard keycaps, known as being really flat.2.3mm
Keycap Profile Comparison
  • OEM Profile Keycaps
  • Cherry Profile Keycaps
  • XDA Profile Keycaps
  • SA Profile Keycaps
  • KAT Profile Keycaps
  • DSA Profile Keycaps
  • KAM Profile Keycaps
  • TEA Profile Keycaps
  • NP Profile Keycaps
  • MBK Profile Keycaps
  • AMK Profile Keycaps

1. OEM Profile Keycaps

Keycaps This OEM profile is referred to as one of the most popular standard keycaps sizes and is considered a standard so it is widely used in prebuilt keyboards on the market today.

OEM Profile Keycaps are probably the most familiar profile keycaps with most mechanical keyboard users because they are so widely available in the market.

The OEM profile is the classic sculpted keycaps profile you’ll see on almost all mass-produced mechanical keyboards.

OEM Profile Keycaps
OEM Profile Keycaps

If you look at the top of the keys, you will notice that they are slightly angled to provide a good grip in your hand so you can easily memorize the position and height of each keycaps on your keyboard.

This chiseled OEM profile offers excellent typing comfort, whether you are gaming or typing, you will have a satisfying experience with OEM Keycaps Profile.

OEM profile keycaps are generally about 1mm taller than Cherry Profile.

We’ve also rounded up the best OEM Profile Keycaps on the market today.

2. Cherry Profile Keycaps

Cherry Profile Keycaps
Cherry Profile Keycaps

Cherry profile keycaps are low profile keycaps that are typically 1mm lower than OEM Profile keycaps. Cherry profile keycaps are quite rare and there are only a few manufacturers that make keycaps with this profile, one of which is GMK.

GMK keycaps are one of the best quality double shot ABS keycaps products. GMK keycaps are manufactured directly from Germany and marketed worldwide. The price of GMK keycaps is quite expensive, but the price is indeed in accordance with the quality of the keycaps you get. If you want to buy keycaps made by GMK, You can visit our article about list of Best GMK keycaps.

We’ve also listed the Cheapest Cherry Profile Keycaps you can find on the market today, in case you think GMK keycaps are too expensive.

3. XDA Profile Keycaps

XDA Profile Keycaps
XDA Profile Keycaps

XDA Keycap has a low profile, it is usually made of solid PBT plastic. This keycap is not suitable for use on RGB mechanical keyboards. These keycaps can be used on Cherry MX, Gateron, and also Kailh switches. You can find the Best XDA Profile Keycaps which we have listed in our article.

4. SA Profile Keycaps

SA Profile Keycaps
SA Profile Keycaps

SA Profile Keycaps are generally high profile, angled from above and rounded tops which provide the type of ease and excellent grip on the user’s fingers.

SA Profile Keycap is a profile keycap that is suitable for those of you who usually lift their hands to move from one key to another while typing.

SA Profile Keycaps allow you to move your hands from one key to another very easily where SA keycaps have a thick and sturdy design that also has a fairly high profile. It’s also thanks to the sculptures that can provide a very good grip on your fingers.

The SA Profile keycap is commonly found on older keyboards such as the IBM Models M as well as some newer models on the market as they feature very similar height profiles.

The SA Profile Keycaps are quite iconic profiles due to their ideal design, unique sound, and are known for producing a Thock sound when registering keys. These are keycaps that are perfect for coupling with tactile switches.

For gaming use, the SA Profile keycap is not as reliable as OEM or Cherry profile, but you need to adapt until you get used to it and you will experience a new typing experience.

Overall the SA profile Keycap can provide a precise and fast typing experience if you are able to adapt to it.



TAI HAO is a keycaps manufacturer that creates their own keycap profiles. TAI HAO is known to be synonymous with high profile OEM profiles.

TAI HAO has the advantage of being very fun to use to play games. It is very easy to adapt to the TAI HAO profile keycap.

The average height of the TAI HAO profile keycap is 14.8mm which is about 3mm higher than the OEM profile.

The TAI HAO profile keycap is perfect for use on low profile keyboards.

6. KAT Profile Keycaps

KAT Profile Keycaps
KAT Profile Keycaps

KAT Profile Keycaps are one type of keycaps that are known to be very subtle. These keycaps are made with PBT plastic so as to produce solid and sturdy keycaps. KAT keycaps are specially developed to get great sounding clicks. You can find one of the best KAT Profile keycaps with milkshake theme here.

7. DSA Profile Keycaps

DSA Profile Keycaps
DSA Profile Keycaps

DSA Profile Keycaps is at medium height with a slightly sphercial top. The standard material used in this type of keycaps is PBT plastic with a double shot manufacturing method so that it has a sturdy quality with good durability. This keycap is usually used on Cherry MX switches. We have also summarized the Best DSA Keycaps on the market today.

8. KAM Profile Keycaps

KAM Profile Keycaps
KAM Profile Keycaps

KAM profile keycaps are profile keycaps that are very similar to XDA Keycaps both in design and keycaps height.

For the typing experience provided, it is very similar to the XDA profile keycaps, but from the design and build quality, the KAM profile keycaps are thinner so that they produce a louder typing sound compared to the XDA profile keycaps.

Although made with a rather thin design, KAM profile keycaps are also quite thick compared to OEM profile ABS keycaps.

Usually KAM profile keycaps have a glossy finish which makes their appearance look very premium.

9. TEA Profile Keycaps

TEA Profile Keycaps
TEA Profile Keycaps

The TEA profile keycap has a low profile with all keycaps having the same height of 3.8mm.

With a uniform height, the TEA profile keycap can be found on some of the built-in laptop keyboards.

Unfortunately TEA profile keycaps usually have a thin design and the surface feels slippery.

10. NP profile keycaps

NP profile keycaps
NP profile keycaps

NP keycap is a low profile keycap. This keycap is usually paired with Cherry MX switches. These NP type keycaps are perfect for muffled sound on Cherry MX switches.

11. MBK Profile Keycaps

MBK Profile Keycaps
MBK Profile Keycaps

The MBK profile keycap has an even thinner design than the TEA profile keycap. But the MBK profile keycap has a low height on all its keycaps which have the same height as each other. The height of MBK profile keycaps is 3.2mm and they are not widely found nowadays.

The MBK profile keycap can be found on old laptop keyboards Or on custom keycaps for ortholinear keyboards.

12. AMK Profile Keycaps

AMK Profile Keycaps
AMK Profile Keycaps

AMK profile keycaps are known profile keycaps with an equivalent very low height across all keys.

You can find this on one of the most popular keyboards made by Apple, the Apple Magic Keyboard. The height of the AMK profile is 2.3mm.

What is the Best Keycaps Material?

Keycaps made of PBT plastic are widely known for their thick design and reliable durability

For keycaps material, there are two types of material variants, namely ABS and PBT. These two types of keycaps are basically plastic materials that have some differences, here are the differences between ABS and PBT:

Difference Between ABS Keycaps vs PBT Keycaps Material

Difference Between ABS Keycaps vs PBT Keycaps Material
Difference Between ABS Keycaps vs PBT Keycaps Material

ABS keycaps are made by injection method, while PBT keycaps are made by Double Shoting method. PBT keycaps actually consist of 2 layers of keycaps that are put together so that PBT keycaps feel more solid and sturdy compared to ABS keycaps which are rather smooth and thin. In the market you will definitely find PBT (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) keycaps which are more expensive than ABS (Polybutylene Terephthalate) keycaps.

Keycaps are the components of the keyboard that your fingers come into contact with the most. Material (PBT, ABS) keycaps will feel different in your fingers. Unless you’re in Group Buy for exclusive or limited edition keycaps, my advice, look for PBT keycaps. In addition to feeling more solid when pressed, the finishing used in PBT keycaps is also usually more comfortable for your fingers.

Besides being more comfortable on your fingers, the PBT material will also provide a thicker sound when you are bottoming out. Remember, the thinner the walls of the sound cavity, the louder the sound will be. Therefore, ABS keycaps will usually provide a more hollow sound (hollow). You can also experiment with rubber or metal keycaps but, for me, PBT keycaps are the most ideal in terms of price, access, and convenience of use.

One of the very rare keycaps is rubber keycaps. Rubber keycaps may be difficult to obtain, unless you order them specifically from certain manufacturers. The video below is a video about keycaps made of materials other than ABS and PBT plastic.

Doubleshot Keycaps

Doubleshot Keycaps
Doubleshot Keycaps

Generally Double Shot Keycaps are made with PBT material, but now you can find keycaps made by Double Shot method made of ABS material. As I have explained, the process of making double shot keycaps is to combine 2 lauer plastic keycaps into one keycap, so as to produce strong keycaps.

You can find PBT double shot keycaps on Leopold keyboards. Please read our article which reviews the full Leopold Keyboard here.

Pudding Keycaps

Pudding Keycaps
Pudding Keycaps

Pudding Keycaps generally have a thinner texture than PBT keycaps. What we often find on the market are Pudding Keycaps made of ABS plastic. Pudding keycaps are made a bit thin not without reason. Pudding keycaps are made rather thin with the aim that they can spread light well when paired with your RGB mechanical keyboard.

But there are also pudding keycaps made with thick PBT plastic, although thick PBT pudding keycaps can emit RGB light from your keyboard through the gaps between the keycaps. One of the most popular pudding keycaps is HyperX Pudding Keycaps and Glorious Aura Pudding Keycaps. If you prioritize aesthetics, then Pudding keycaps is the best option for you. We’ve also compiled a list of the best pudding keycaps on the market today.

Rubber Keycaps

Rubber Keycaps
Rubber Keycaps

Rubber keycaps are a type of keycaps made of rubber which have excellent grip on your fingers and can absorb sweat very well.

Rubber keycaps are specially made for gaming because they provide a more enjoyable gaming experience. Usually rubber keycaps are installed on WASD keys or some other popular hotkeys.

We’ve also compiled a list of the best rubber keycaps for gaming.

Artisan Keycaps

Artisan Keycaps
Artisan Keycaps

What Are Artisan keycaps? Artisan keycaps are specially designed keycaps with attractive motifs using a variety of materials, some using plastic, acrylic, or transparent plastic.

This is where the opportunity comes to be artistic by producing artisan keycaps. Characteristics, the shape of the artisan keycap is eccentric, produced individually, and made of various basic materials.

Artisan keycaps are usually produced by manufacturers or individuals. But with one common thread: exclusive designs. The theme depends on the artist, for example fidget spinner, movie characters, animals, nature, etc.

The basic materials that can be used for artisan keycaps are ABS plastic, PBT plastic or resin. But it’s not an art if the basic ingredients are also limited. Artisan keycap producers often use unusual materials for a keycap such as wood, rubber, copper, iron, etc.

Creativity is what makes the price of artisan keycaps very expensive. The record for the most expensive artisan keycap is currently held by Clack Factory with its keycap called The Spumoni. The current unit price is predicted to reach $750!

Things To Consider Before Buying Custom Keycaps Set

Before you buy a keycaps set there are a few things you should pay attention to. Don’t make the mistake of buying keycaps that, for example, are not compatible with the switches on your keyboard:

  • Check the Keyboard Size: Before you decide to buy a keycap set, make sure you know the number of keys, the type of switch, and the size of the keyboard you have so you don’t buy the wrong keycap set:
  • ANSI vs ISO Layout: Know in advance the type of your keyboard layout, whether your keyboard has an ANSI or ISO layout. The main difference in this layout is the size of the button and the shape of the “ENTER” button.
  • Compatibility: The majority of custom keycaps seems to be compatible with MX cherries, and this goes down to brand domination. Fortunately, many switch manufacturers share “X” the same because they are Cheri MX clones, which means there are some cross compatibility. That is saying, there are other types of switches with Keycaps to fit, so always check your switch and a compatible new key key!
  • Keycap Material: Get to know the keycap material as I discussed earlier at the beginning of the article. Most quality and solid keycap sets are made of PBT plastic. Usually PBT keycaps are more expensive than ABS.
  • Translucent: The PBT double shot keycap set will not be able to emit RGB as well as the ABS keycap set. If you want to have a maximum RGB display, we recommend that you buy a keycap made of ABS.
  • Keycap Puller : If you buy a keycap set and get a free keycap puller, it’s a joy in itself.
  • Font: Don’t get the wrong keycaps set font. This is very important, for example you are someone who is used to using the standard English keycap. Don’t make the mistake of buying a keycap that you don’t understand.

Sculpted vs Uniform Profile Keycaps

First when you search for a keycap profile, the first question comes to your mind, which is better Sculpted Profile or Uniform profile? Or Uniform is better?

Here’s our explanation of choosing keycaps based on the design on their surface. The difference in the design on the surface of the keycaps can make a difference to the typing experience, so this is an important thing that you should know.

Sculpted Profile Keycaps

Sculpted Profile Keycaps: Sculpted Profile Keycaps is the most widely used profile by many people. Because the surface of the keycaps with this design provides more precise finger movement space because you will be very easy to move from one key to another.

Scrupted profiles like Cherry Profile and OEM profile are the most popular and the most fun to use for gaming or typing because they are very easy to adapt to.

Uniform Profile Keycaps

Uniform Profile Keycaps: Uniform Profile Keycaps comes with a flat surface and does not tilt at all. This is a profile keycaps that is perfect for those of you who raise your hand when typing when switching from one key to another.

DSA and XDA Keycaps are 2 popular profile keycaps with uniform design on the market and quite a lot of people like uniform keycaps with uniform design on all keycaps both from the height and thickness of the design are all the same.

Usually, keycaps with uniform design are often used on custom keyboards to give a different appearance with unique curves on the surface of the keycaps so as to give the keyboard an aesthetic appearance.


Do keycap profiles matter?

The keycap profile is important because it can make a very significant difference when used for typing or playing games.

For example, if you want a satisfying gaming experience with finger shifting from one key to another, it feels precise and accurate, then the OEM profile and Cherry Profile are the choices.

Keycap profile is also related to ergonomics and comfort, usually a low keycap profile is the most preferred over a high keycap profile.

Is PBT better than ABS?

PBT is a plastic material for making keycaps which is known to have much better durability compared to keycaps made of ABS keycaps.

PBT is widely known to be of much higher quality than ABS keycaps in terms of durability, heat resistance, typing sound, thickness, and solid feel.

What are the main different between keycap profiles?

The main difference in each keycap profile is in the height, thickness, and uniform or sclupted surface design.

Here are the following different keycap profiles:

  • Cherry Profile– Sculpted Profile with Angled Shape.
  • OEM Profile– Sculpted with Angled.
  • KAT Profile– Uniform profile with Round and beveled.
  • XDA Profile– Uniform profile with Flat corners and Rounded Square.
  • DSA Profile– Uniform with Flat and Spherical Top.
  • SA Profile– Uniform with Sloping from Top.
  • DOM Profile– Uniform Profile with Snow-glob with Rounded Top.
  • DSS Profile-Sculpted profile with Snow-glob.
  • NP Profile– Uniform profile with Rounded edges.

What is The Most Popular Keycaps Profile?

One of the most popular profile keycaps and the most fun to use for typing or playing games is the Cherry Profile Keycap. But there are some profile keycaps that are also quite popular and widely known, such as:

  • OEM Profile Keycap
  • XDA Profile Keycap
  • ASA Profile Keycap
  • DSA Profile Keycap
  • MDA Profile Keycap
  • MT3 Profile Keycap

What is the best keycaps profile?

No one can be sure which keycap profile is the best, because it all comes back to the user’s preference. But if we talk about the most popular and most used keycaps by people are Cherry Profile and OEM profile. These two types of profile keycaps are the most frequently used.

OEM profile keycaps are easier to obtain and sell at a more affordable price. While the Cherry Profile keycap is sold at a price that is quite expensive and it is quite rare to find it.

What keycaps feel the best?

For profile keycaps that can provide a very good typing feel Cherry, DSA, XDA, and ASA are 4 profile keycaps that will provide a more precise typing feel because the profile is relatively low and you will be more adaptable.

As for the keycaps material that can provide a comfortable feel, we highly recommend ABS keycaps made by GMK. ABS keycaps tend to give a smooth typing feel while PBT keycaps are a bit rough and textured but can provide a very good grip on your fingers.

Best keycap profile for typing

For typing most people want a keycap with a low profile so they prefer to buy a keycap set with a Cherry keycap profile because it has a fairly short profile and is very comfortable to use for typing.

Besides that, keycaps with OEM profiles are also very widely used in built-in keyboards that are already on the market, but the typing experience is much better on Cherry Profle.

Best keycap profile for gaming

For playing games of course the keycap with OEM profile is the most popular. This is because manufacturers have made keycap OEM profiles the standard for use in their mechanical keyboards.

If you look at some mechanical gaming keyboard brands such as Razer, Hyperx, Logitech, SteelSeries, and Corsair they use OEM keycap profiles on their keyboard products compared to using other keycap profiles. So for gaming OEM Profile is the best choice.

Does each Keycap profile sound different?

Testing the sound profile of keycaps on the same keyboard turned out to produce different typing sounds. This is because each keycap profile has a different design, thickness, height, and creates a different sound resonance space so that the typing sound produced from each keycap profile is different.

What are low-profile keycaps?

Low Profile keycaps are usually used on mechanical keyboards that have a low design or commonly referred to as low profile keyboards. Not only the keyboard design has a low design, but the low profile keyboard also uses low profile switches which are shorter than standard switches.

Standard switches have a height of about 17.9 mm while low profile switches have a height of 10.7mm to 11.7mm so you have to use a low profile keycap. You can find a low profile keycap on the Keychron K3 mechanical keyboard.

What profile keycaps are on the Ducky One 2 Mini?

Ducky One 2 Mini uses OEM profile keycaps and uses a double shot keycap set made of high quality and durable PBT plastic, as I said, almost all mechanical keyboard productions use OEM Profile keycaps on their mechanical keyboard products.

What Are Custom Keycaps?

Cutom keycap is a keycap set product that is sold separately with the keyboard. Custom keycaps are made so that you can replace your mechanical keyboard’s default keycap. Custom keycaps are available in various variants and models for all sizes of mechanical keyboards, ranging from keycap sets with a total of 61 keys, 68, 87, to 104 keys.

What Are Custom Keycaps?
What Are Custom Keycaps?

Custom keycaps are also manufactured with ABS or PBT plastic. You can also find various types of keycap profiles on custom keycap sets ranging from OEM, Cherry, XDA, DSA, SA Profiles and many more. The most expensive ones are usually custom Keycaps with Cherry Karean profiles, which are quite rare and are only sold by a few vendors, such as GMK and ePBT.


Replacing your old keycap set with a new custom keycap set is fun. It can also eliminate your long-standing boredom using only one type of keycaps set on your mechanical keyboard. Now you can understand the various important aspects needed before changing your keycaps.

From the size of the keyboard, the type of layout, the material of a good keycap set, and you should also understand PBT and ABS keycaps. We recommend that you use the Cherry MX Switch Style Such as Gateron, Kailh, ZealPC, Outemu, And Etc because this switch has a lot of custom keycaps on the market.


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