SPV1 Keyboard



• SPV1 Aluminum Keyboard Case
• 2 Sandblasted Brass Weights
• Solder only PCB
• Silver Aluminum Plate
• CK Hard Carrying Case
• Hardware for assembly
• Microfiber Cloth
• Feet
• Authentication Card

Southpaw 96%? 1800? 75% with a numpad?

Designed by Bisoromi & Friends

Bisoromi is back with their next keyboard design! The SPV1 is a southpaw 75% with two brass weights, indicator LEDs, and a top mount design.

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Available Addons

Prototype Photos

From the Designer


"After many years I'm excited to finally announce the SPV1, a Southpaw 75%! This was a joint effort between myself and [H] to create a practical and productive layout.

At the time of designing this back in 2018 there weren't any layouts like this so we decided to make our own with the help of
Gondolindrim for designing the PCB."

At a Glance

• 8° angle
• Top mount
• 2x 8mm brass reversible weights
• Aluminum case
• Numpad, mirrored numpad, or macropad options
• Fixed ANSI 7u WKL layout (will provide plate file)
• 10mm top/bottom bezels, 5mm side bezels
• Caps/num/scroll LED indicators
• 18.8mm front face height
• Solder PCB only

Layout Support


Sound Test


NA: CannonKeys
China & Rest of Asia: ClickClack 
Indonesia: Acid & Co
Australia: DailyClack
EU: MyKeyboard

Render & Photo Disclaimer

Colors in the final product may vary since renders are done under idealistic artificial lighting.

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.

Brass Material Disclaimer

When raw or thinly coated, brass will oxidize and patina naturally. Small blemishes and discolorations may be visible.

Quality Disclaimer

A Stock units should not have any external scratches or egregious marks seen when built. Any internal flaws and marks (including hook marks) that are not seen when built do not constitute a B Stock unit.