New consistent finish with texture!
Second version of our Next-Gen finish, with glitter added for a sparkle effect.
Third version of our Next-Gen finish, utilizing a multi-coat technique to apply a smooth pearlescent clear coat over the base color.
Budget Price, Endgame Feel
Originally designed by kkatano, the Bakeneko60 is an open-source keyboard featuring an o-ring gasket. An o-ring between the plate and PCB provides friction to hold the plate/PCB assembly in the one-piece case. Cutouts on the PCB allow the o-ring to rest on the mounting points built into the case. The result is a bouncy typing feel with a great sound profile
Customize Your Build
Several addons are available including different types of o-rings, wrist rests, and PCBs!
In order to allow us a quicker cadence of restocks and keep the price low, our Bakeneko60 uses a casting process. Please reference the quality guide below on what you can expect for surface finish quality with the Bakeneko60.
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My first custom mechanical. Just a delight to use. Got mine with the Haimu Silents and it's very nice and quiet while still having some pleasing "thunk" (rather than "thock") to it. The pearl white finish with some white keys gives a very clean look.
My priority was a 60% as I find having the mouse closer on the right reduces strain on my shoulder. Being able to program things to a nicety with VIA means I can set up modifier keys to be arrow keys when tapped, as well as making left control into an escape key, so I keep the back-tick and tilde key at the upper left. Without that I'd have to go to 75% as I need escape and backtick easily accessible for programming. Additionally I've programmed Mac and Windows layouts to let me switch easily.
And, no joke, I type significantly faster than with my Magic Keyboard. Overall a great first keyboard and possibly last! (Though, let's be real, the rabbithole is bottomless . . . )
Probably the best feeling and sounding keyboard I could own for this price range. The o-ring system makes it bouncy and very fun to type on.
The Bakeneko60 have become one of my favorite keyboard including the Bakeneko65 easy to assemble great quality and one of the best entry level. I have recommended this keyboard to many of my friends that don't want to break the bank on a keyboard. I currently own two of this keyboard and looking forward to add more to my collection in different colors. Also I changed the color on my black keyboard
I love o ring mount
That’s the go to for me
Hope I get one more and can make one for my brother!
For the price, you won’t find a better feeling or sounding board.