Ducky One 2 SF RGB Pure White RGB LED 65% Double Shot PBT Mechanical Keyboard

Availability: Varies by Switch
+ Free Shipping*
  • Overview
  • Reviews
  • Tell a Friend

Ducky One 2 SF RGB Pure White Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
Cherry MX Silver thumbnailCherry MX Silver
Cherry MX Silent Black thumbnailCherry MX Silent Black
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red



  • RGB LED Primary LEDs: RGB (SMD)
  • RGB LED Control LEDs: RGB



  • 10 additional PBT double - shot colorful keycaps (Random color)
  • Perfect for One 2 Mini users that want dedicated arrow keys, delete, page up, and page down
  • All New Petite Bezel Design
  • Detachable USB Type-C
  • 3528 SMD RGB LEDs
  • 1000Hz polling rate
  • Limit (1) Ducky One 2 SF per customer (strictly enforced)
  • Includes a Year of the Pig -OR- Year of the Rat Limited Edition spacebar (Random)

Details and Specifications

ModelOne 2 SF
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorWhite
Frame Top MaterialPlastic
Frame Bottom MaterialPlastic
Primary LED ColorRGB
Control LED ColorRGB
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleLimited
Linux CompatibleYes
Cord Length60 inches

Add Your Review

Your Name:
Email Address:
Review: Note: HTML is not translated! Your email address will not be shared with anyone.
Your Rating: 1   2   3   4   5
  • I really want to love this keyboard but I just don't. Gave it a week or two of use before I swapped it out for another board.

    Build quality is really nice, keyboard looks great. I have the silent red switches which are nice and quiet, which might be a different experience than some others shopping on this site might be looking for. The lighting is kind of inconvenient to customize with no software, but it looks great. The back legs have two different height options, which are welcome, especially since the high one is quite high compared to most boards I've used. I really like the high ones for general typing and prefer the shorter ones for gaming. The legs have a tendency to fold back in fairly easily. The cable being detachable is also very nice for being able to swap out the board for different use cases or to free up desk space.

    Typing on this board feels really nice. Again, silent switches so feedback is limited, but the keys feel nice, everything is sort of where I'd want it to be, and I don't find myself mis-striking keys. The caps feel good. By far the biggest issue that I have with this board is the spacebar key. Depending on how and where I'm striking the key, it sometimes will not register - unfortunately for me, this spot is near the location that I often hit the key which requires me to take a little bit of extra focus every time that I need to hit the spacebar or a lot of error correction when I fail there and my spaces don't come through. I've tested it a bit and there's a few spots on the spacebar where I can push it well past the actuation mark and not have the stroke register. I've noticed that I can do this with a couple of other keys as well (left and right arrow), but for those two keys the issue doesn't pop up in normal use - I'd imagine partially because those keys don't see a ton of use and partially because it's only an issue if those keys are hit on a bottom corner and during normal use those keys are going to be hit dead center most of the time.

    While ignoring my spacebar issue I really liked the typing on this board, I really don't like it for gaming. Tab and shift are a little bit more awkward for me to hit while gaming than other boards I've used. The keycaps have a deeper contour than I'm used to, so I noticed that that slows me down a bit which will occasionally mess me up a bit when I'm trying to hit a quick sequence of strokes through muscle memory. This could be an issue of just needing more time to get used to the caps (or buying new caps). My spacebar issue is obviously a deal breaker here as well.

    Honestly, I'd really love to give this keyboard another shot but can't justify picking up another one to see if the issues I have are intrinsic to the board or a function of the switches I picked or just how I strike my space key (which tends to be on the bottom edge, and on this board there's a larger space between the switches on this board in that location compared to other boards I've used) - especially with some of my other hang ups.

    If I was purchasing again I'd probably go with the regular reds or browns. These silent reds have a bit less feedback (and noise) than the Corsair Strafe Silent keyboard I had used a few years ago that I really liked, but I would appreciate a bit more.

    Without the spacebar issue, I'd probably have left four stars with a single shared point taken off for the lighting solution (lack of software and the lights not just auto turning off with shutdown - which there may be a hotkey combo to do this, I just don't see it listed in the limited offerings in the manual without resetting my color choice) and the gaming performance (although "preference" might be a better word to use here). Would probably have kept this board around to swipe around for heavy typing tasks, but at this point it's on storage duty.

  • I love this keyboard! It's so clean looking and it feels great to type or game on. The compact size makes me feel like I have way more space on my desk. I got red switches and they feel really smooth compared to my old keyboard with brown switches. The additional keys are cool looking - I got blue and year of the rat. It looks dope with the white background.

    Cons: one of the additional 10 colored keys doesn't go on this keyboard at all, but it's not a huge deal since they are extra keys.
    Also, I didn't get a sticker even though I selected a free bonus sticker I selected which was just slightly disappointing.
    The RGB macros are really confusing and my keyboard didn't come with a manual. I wish they would just have some simple software for it.

  • I just received my keyboard today. It's absolutely amazing. I had wanted the TKL version but decided to buy the SF version because of the fact that it was in stock and I'm super happy. All the LED's worked. The keys are crisp. I got the version 2 year of the rat spacebar that I really really wanted. It's an absolutely gorgeous solid keyboard that feels amazing to type on. The stabilizers are also superb. Really I can't recommend it enough.

    I'd only take off any stars at all for the lack of RGB software support but in the future it'll probably be resolved. For what the keyboard is and does it's incredible. Five stars.

  • Really nice keyboard! This is my first 65% keyboard and I am really pleased with the overall size, build and quality. Back-light is quite even in most places and customisations are nice. The keycap construction and feel is great and the mechanical switches are great, as expected. Included goodies are a nice bonus as well.

    The only dislike for me so far the the loud metallic sound that the space bar makes when bottomed out. I type quite a lot of it is something that might get annoying as time goes on.

  • **Ignore my previous review I wrote for this keyboard!! It was a mistake!!** Anyway, I just received this keyboard today, and lemme tell you its the best keyboard I have ever owned! I can type now at very high speeds and not mess up my words, unlike the "Ducky One 2 Mini v2 Black" because this keyboard is the perfect size! Its not too small and not too big! I got the cherry brown switches and lemme tell you, for anything the cherry brown switches are the best! The RGB really POPS on this keyboard as well, and even though I like the solid colors on my black one 2 mini v2, I like the rainbow on this keyboard better because thew white background really fits it well! 10/10 would buy again!

  • i got the pure white one 2 SF with the cherry red switches. for starters. this keyboard feels buttery smooth. i have the apex pro TKL and the omnipoint/reds that are in those dont come close to this keyboard. another thing that many keyboard companies overlook are stabilizers. the ducky are just top notch and they do what they do the best. this keyboard is priced really well. this is the next best thing that happened to the one 2 mini. with just a tad longer than the one 2 lineup makes it i really tough to beat. typing on this keyboard fells and sounds great. i love the way it feels. i like the blue accent caps and i love the spacebar that came with my model. i got the 2020 year of the rat space bar and it is gorgeous. the keycaps are phenomenal but i paired mined with the matrix Miami vice key caps and year of the rat spacebar. i got my first dub on fortnite and VicRoy on warzone and even did an essay for class since i got it this morning.

  • Great keyboard! Switches feel great, stabilizers are excellent, RGB looks beautiful. Feels well made and like it'll last a long time. Highly recommend this board if you must have dedicated arrow keys!

  • The Box had a dent but the Keyboard was fine. The Keyboard feels solid and high quality. It software is confusing but once you get the hang it fine. I wish they had Mecha SF but the SF is fine.

  • If your having doubts dont, this is a great keyboard its basicly a ducky one 2 mini and I had both they are both really solid keyboards. I would recommend cherry browns as typing feels amazing too

  • The RGB on the pure white is gorgeous! Mine also came with the year of the Rat spacebar and the new and updated cherry mx switches. If you're interested, I made an unboxing, review, and sound test video on my Youtube channel Lil Rice Muncher Gaming!

  • amazing keyboard, still comes with year of the boar tho. give me a rat and its perfect!

  • It nice.

Your Name:
Your Email:
Friends Name:
Friends Email: