MK Shadow Guard Dark Multi LED 60% Mechanical Keyboard

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MK Shadow Guard Dark Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Clear thumbnailCherry MX Clear



  • Multi LED Primary LEDs: Multi
  • Purple LED Control LEDs: Purple


An MK exclusive! This highly unique Limited Edition Heroes of Shadow Guard themed keyboard features the super clean Ducky Mini dark grey aluminum frame and lighting modes. The MK Shadow Guard features exclusive Purple and Orange single color LEDs.

Yep, the LEDs are single color and they're amazing - a deep and true purple and orange (not pink or magenta / mustard or tan).

A one-of-a-kind keyboard and in very limited supply. Don't miss out on this one.

Heroes of Shadow Guard

LED Backlight Modes
100% Backlit
Reactive - Advanced
Color Cycling

Details and Specifications

ModelShadow Guard
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUK QWERTY
Frame ColorGray
Primary LED ColorMulti
Control LED ColorPurple
Hotswap SocketsNo
USB Key RolloverFull
PS/2 Key RolloverFull
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Dimensions5.00" x 11.85" x 1.30"
Weight2.00 lbs
Cord Length60 inches

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  • Very solid and heavy feeling and absolutely beautiful keyboard. I wish the cable was longer but that is subjective. Really like the cherry clears. Biggest issue is the LED logic. When you depress the function key all of the orange LEDs go out, which is a lot of the function keys. So you have to either memorize what function keys are where or preemptively look for the function you want before you hit the function key. Pretty annoying. Also, there is no full on for the LEDs. The closest stays on for 30 seconds then fades for 1 second. I suppose the plus side of this keyboard is you get access to a ducky mini that isn't sold out because people haven't yet realized what it is. This is my first 60% so I really had to get used to accessing the arrow keys. And like I said if you press Fn, the LEDs for the arrow keys go out. So you really have to learn each key. It has made the transition from a full KB quite difficult. I suppose this could be updated in the firmware to fix. I have to go with a 3 on this guy where a 2.5 isn't available.

  • This keyboard is a wonderful budget 60% for the price and quality. The case is solid. The MX clears are awesome to type on, and the stock keys show little wear after a few months of use.

    My only complaint (which upsets me honestly) is that these are advertised as "Multi-LED" backlit. I was anticipating being able to blend the colors like the Ducky Mini, but there are only purple LED's and orange LED's. They cannot be blended, and you cannot change an orange LED to purple or vice versa. This lack of versatility of the LED is not listed anywhere. Even the instructions sent with the keyboard reflect that you can use the custom layout feature to set a specific LED color. but you can't. This kind of put me off to an otherwise awesome board.

  • Forgot how underrated these things are. Beautiful case for a fairly simple board with great function layer accessibility.

    First experience with clears, and I absolutely love the heavier switch. Makes typos VERY infrequent now. Actually making me wish my Silent red boards were silent black so that I could have a heavier switch to work with.

    This replaced both of my HHKBs and at a fraction of the price.

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