Ducky Shine 2 Blue LED Mechanical Keyboard

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Ducky Shine 2 Blue LED Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown



  • Blue LED Primary LEDs: Blue
  • Blue LED Control LEDs: Blue


  • Standard Lighting Modes: Full Backlit, 80% Backlit & Selected Keys Backlit (with 2 Configurable Profiles)
  • Pulsing Mode: Keys get brighter progressively and gradually fades away
  • Reactive Mode: Keys light up when depressed

Details and Specifications

ModelShine 2
SizeFull Size
Switch StemsMX
Primary LED ColorBlue
Control LED ColorBlue
Hotswap SocketsNo
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Warranty1 Year

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  • Amazing keyboard. I've got the cherry mx blue keys, and omg are they nice. I bought this keyboard 3 (4?) years ago. April something. Still working great to this day.

  • I got this as my first mechanical keyboard, and this thing is amazing! Very good quality and the LEDs are amazing. Highly recommended.

  • The Ducky Shine 2 keyboard is great, it looks nice, feels extremely solid, and is great to type and game on. I love the custom LED sets that you can make for which keys you want to light up. The LEDs shine through the keys flawlessly, and the light doesn't bleed through the sides of the keys, which makes it so the only light you can see is the light shining through the letter on the key itself, and not between keys. The LEDs can get very bright if you want them that way. This keyboard lets you customize the brightness of the keys to your liking. NOTE: this keyboard can be used with mac, I think you can use it on Linux, but I'm not sure about that. To set it for Mac use, there are switches on the back of the keyboard, and one of them switches it into a Mac-compatible mode(I believe its the switch to the furthest right, but you can find that on a Youtube video somewhere, I'm sure.) Overall, it feels like a keyboard that is worth the price tag, and will last for a very long time, even with continual use, and each key switch is rated for 50,000 key presses, so this may be the last keyboard you will buy for years to come.

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