Stacked60 Keyboard Kit




The Stacked60 keyboard kit in our Stacked Series of in stock keyboards. Using layers of acrylic, these keyboards offer both a unique sound profile and aesthetic in a fun to build package!

Just add switches, stabilizers, and keycaps for a complete build! Our Build Guide will help you build this kit from start to finish.


• 7 Layer Acrylic Keyboard Case
• 4 Layers Acrylic Keyboard Feet
• Clear bottom layer
• Clear feet layers
• 1.6mm FR4 plate
• M2x15 Brass Standoff x 8
• M2x6 Brass Standoff x 3
• M2x6 Stainless Hex Screw x 22
• 1 AN-Cv2 solderable PCB

What you need to complete your build

  • 60-64 Switches depending on layout
  • 4x2u + 1x7u or 1x6.25u stabilizers
  • Compatible Keycaps

Layout Support

PCB Support

Plate Support

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews

pretty decent entry level kit. I had fun messing and modding it. its really easy for layers to attract dust/hair, specially showing with clear kit

Good Build to Practice Soldering

With the growing popularity of hotswap PCB being offered, it seems like soldering your own switches is being phased out.

However if you ever wanted to dive into soldering your own switches, this set is a good place to start.

I picked up the Stacked60 clear acrylic. It's relatively simple to put together, you're just stacking plates. You will need your own switches, keycaps, and stabilizers, soldering iron, etc. which is added costs, so consider that as well. It does look cool when it's finished and it does have a nice satisfying clacking sound when using linear switches.

With the positives out of the way, I did come across some issues and just some things that were a bit frustrating.

1. The plates have a protective covering on them, and removing the protecting covering on the plates was a lot more difficult than I was expecting it to be. Make sure you have long fingernails, or you will struggle. And even if you do have long fingernails, expect your fingers to be raw after peeling off so much of it.
2. One of my standoffs was already stripped when I got it, and there were no extras to replace it.

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We appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback with us regarding the Stacked60 Keyboard Kit. The film on the plates is there to ensure they don't get scratched during shipment but we understand that peeling off all that film at once can be difficult.
We also wanted to make sure that you knew that if you ever come across any defects with one of our products, we encourage you to reach out to our customer support team via the 'Contact Us' widget on our website. We are more than happy to review any issues you're having with your product and assist you to the best of our abilities.