Our version of the Bakeneko60 features a few key changes from kkatano's original design: We closed the bottom holes, added cutouts to the plate (to allow for assembly removal), and modified the case to be made using a casting process. We also designed our own PCBs (hotswap & solder) with multiple layout support.

We have a Build Guide to help you put this kit together!

New Finishes


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.

Layout Support

PCB Support

Plate Support

NicePBT Bakeneko Keysets

Our high quality NicePBT keycaps now in a Bakeneko sized package! Available with no accent colors as well as Black, Grey, Lavender, Blush, Blue, and Navy accents. Purchase with any of our Bakeneko lineup and automatically receive 15% off the keycap set!

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


• 60% o-ring gasket mounted keyboard
• FR4 universal plate
• CannonKeys hotswap PCB with ANSI layout (Solder PCB addon available)
• 6 degree typing angle
• 700g weight unbuilt, 1.1kg weight built

What's Included

• Bakeneko60 Cast Aluminum Case
• CannonKeys Custom Foam Carrying Case (Black)
• 50A Silicone O-Ring Gasket
• FR4 Universal Plate
• CannonKeys ANSI Layout Hotswap PCB
• C3 Unified Daughterboard (with ESD protection) and JST Cable
• Microfiber Cloth
• (3) 2u Cherry Clip-in Stabilizers, (1) 6.25u Cherry Clip-in Stabilizer with CannonKeys Wire. Due to the mounting style of this keyboard, screw in stabilizers are not supported on backspace and space.
• Custom Bumpon-compatible Silicone Feet

Quality Disclaimer

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.

We use photos of our products in hand when possible to show how they look in realistic situations. Sometimes the product might look different within the same listing- this is generally caused by different lighting conditions. When possible, we try to use different lighting conditions to show what the product might look like in different scenarios.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Amazing keyboard kit for the price.

With a price tag of $135, you cant go wrong with the bakeneko! It's really easy to assemble and sounds very clacky and not muted at all. Stock stabilizers also sound amazing after a little modding, and the carrying case is just a bonus! YouTube video placeholder
Love the Bakeneko

Great feeling keyboard with a lot of personality. The cast aluminum can resonate, but it's personality to me and felt consistent - just part of the design and not a flaw.

With stock Salmon switches, resonance was very noticeable on the right mods, not much elsewhere. Unlubed, these are loud, clattery switches. Feel was still great. With lubed Gateron Yellows, the resonance disappears. A sheet of perforated shelf liner or Polyfil will mitigate it, at the expense of some bounce in the case of the liner (use something very thin). But I prefer it stock.

I have the black (powder coat, but not the "special" grey finish). The interior has expected manufacturing marks. The outside is nearly flawless and more than satisfactory - well within the quality guidelines. I recommend it! ...and pick up the 30a ring as well!