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ID75 Hot-Swappable Ortholinear Keyboard Kit

ID75 Hot-Swappable Ortholinear Keyboard Kit

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Customizable Full-Grid Ortholinear Layout

Ortholinear keyboards are designed to increase efficiency and reduce finger travel when typing. Though it’s large for an ortholinear board, the ID75 gives you free reign over every key—so, if you get good with it, it’s bound to make work and play a lot more fun and effective. This kit comes with everything you need to build a functioning mechanical keyboard (sans switches), from the plate and PCB to the case and screws. And if you like LEDs, it also comes with an acrylic insert to emphasize the lighting. Crafted with CNC'd aluminum, the case is durable and sleek. What’s more, the hot-swappable switch inserts allow you to swap out switches on the fly, without ever picking up a soldering iron. Backed by a Type-C USB connection, the keyboard connects to most new laptops and computers.

Note: At checkout, you’ll have your choice of case color and the option to add a set of Gateron or Cherry MX switches. Pricing will vary depending on your selection; see checkout options for more details.


  • ID75
  • 75 keys
  • Customizable ortholinear layout
  • Aluminum case
  • Hot-swappable switch inserts
  • Supports 3mm 2-pin LED hot-swappable base
  • Compatible with KLE custom key
  • Supports TKG-TOOLS offline brush machine and TKG online brush machine
  • Standard ICSP interface
  • Underglow RGB PCB (supports LED installation) 
  • Type-C USB
  • Compatible with most GH60 shells
  • QMK programming
  • QMK CN programming
  • QMK FAQs
  • Approximate assembled dimensions: 11.5 x 4.3 x 1.4 in (29.2 x 10.9 x 3.6 cm)


  • PCB
  • Bottom case
  • Top case
  • Acrylic insert


All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.

Estimated ship date is Mar 19, 2019 PT.

After the drop ends, payment will be collected and the group’s order will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Check the discussion page for updates on your order.

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Actually this is kind of a big deal, Massdrop has terrible quality control.. the fact that they can't even get the keyboard right in their sample photos is a little bit concerning. People work hard for their money, you guys making fun of this guy for not wanting to buy an inferior product are the reason why companies get away with giving you a broken or flawed product then we the consumers have to send it back on our dime just to get what we should have gotten in the first place. If you come from money, $100 isn't a lot, but for a lot of people who have to work minimum wage jobs that's more than a days pay. Instead of saying asinine comments like "move out of your parents house" or comparing his comment to a stupid restaurant situation that is nothing alike to ordering an expensive but flawed product off a website that you have to wait for months up to sometimes a year for, how about you hold big corporations like Massdrop responsible for shipping out products that are free of defects? Yes it's only a few mm's, but if you let them get away with that the bar slowly lowers and they let more and more slide in their quality control checks. Maybe you haven't gotten a bad product from Massdrop, but as someone who waited over a year for $400 order from a keycap drop then had it come with missing keycaps, I understand the frustration of not getting what you ordered.. Especially after shelling out lots of money and waiting over a year. We should all hold these companies responsible for shipping us a flawless product, because when they don't its a huge hassle to get it replaced and it's always at the consumer's cost of shipping plus the extra time you have to wait ontop of having waited for the group buy to ship originally. It's not being overly picky to expect that a company that makes millions upon millions a year ships you the product that you ordered free of defects, no matter how small. Massdrop has really bad quality control, it's a well known thing, and ridiculous comments like these justifying sending out defects to consumers just embolden companies to slack on quality control.