The Ikki68 Aurora is back!
We are pleased to be working with wuque.studio to bring you round 2 of the Ikki68 Aurora, with new colors and features!
The Ikki68 Aurora is an affordable, injection molded, polycarbonate case, gasket-mount keyboard kit from Wuque Studio, the people behind Ikki68, OA Switches and more!
Addons include PCBs, Alu Top Cases, Plates, Brass Weight, Gaskets, Poron Dampener Kit, and Storage Bag
- Top Case Material:
- Aurora Snow: Aluminum
- Aurora Fog/Blue/Pink/Clear: Polycarbonate
- Bottom Case Material:
- Polycarbonate for all colorways
- Weight: (fully assembled, Alu top case, PC bottom case, no optional weight): 830g
- Weight: (fully assembled, full PC case, no optional weight): 720g
- 6.5 Degree Typing Angle
- Gasket Mounting
- Hotswap PCB
- Aurora Snow
- Aurora Fog
- Aurora Blue
- Aurora Pink
- Aurora Clear
- 1x Ikki68 Aurora aluminum or PC top and PC bottom case
1x PCB05 (Bodo) for wired version or PCB06 (Iceland) for wireless version
- These PCBs are 1.2mm
1x Hotswap badge set
1x Default PC plate
1x Silicone dampening pad between PCB & plate
1x Silicone dampening pad between PCB & case
1x Silicon Gaskets Set
1x Poron Gaskets Set
1x Keyboard storage case
1x Coiled USB cable (Matches case color)
1x Wuque Studio logo chip, color matched to the plate.
- 1x blank logo chip color, color matched to the plate.
- Extra stab washers, screws, diodes, sockets, keyboard feet, hex screwdriver
For more information on Ikki68 Aurora R2, and links to international vendors, check out the listings on Wuque's site.
The set will run from November 12th 11:00 AM ET to November 26th 11:59 PM ET.
Estimated Date of Delivery: May, 2022
This is a Group Buy, and Group Buy terms and conditions apply. The estimated date of delivery is just that - an estimate. Delays and setbacks may occur. Upon purchase, you will be charged immediately. And by purchasing this item, you acknowledge everything stated above. There are no refunds or cancellations for this order. For more information, check out our FAQ
The Ikki68 Aurora is DIY, enthusiast product. It is not terribly complicated to assemble, but some basic tool skills such as managing torque with a screwdriver, and some basic keyboard building skills such as how to install stabilizers, hotswap switches are required.
Reading and following the build guide is essential, especially if it's your first time building. Please make sure you are aware of this before building Aurora.