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UK Keychron K2v2 Bluetooth RGB Backlit Tactile Aluminium Mac/PC Keyboard


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What's new on K2v2

  • Bluetooth 5.1
  • Inclined bottom frame
  • Dedicated caps lock backlight

K2 is a super tactile wireless or wired keyboard giving you all the keys and function you need while keeping it compact, with the largest battery seen in a mechanical keyboard.

£94.00 (£78.33 ex VAT) 

UK Keychron K2v2 Bluetooth RGB Backlit Tactile Aluminium Mac/PC Keyboard - K2-C3-UK

The K2 can be used with the latest Bluetooth 5.1 or with a cable. Connect with your phone, laptop or iPad. Connect the keyboard wirelessly with up to 3 devices at once and switch between the screens via fn + 1/2/3 (not f1). You can also use our type-C cable to connect the keyboard to your devices.

The K2 is designed to fit your dedicated typing experience. No matter what you like, linear, clicky or a little in between, weve got you covered with three Gateron switches options (Blue, Brown, Red). With a lifespan of 50 million keystroke lifespan we want to make sure that you experience same feedback for every keystroke.

Compatible with all operating systems from Mac to Android to Windows. K2 is one of the few mechanical keyboard featuring Mac layout media keys. It allows you to use all the same media keys as conventional macOS. Every K2 keyboard comes with additional specific keycaps for Mac and Windows, respectively.

K2s 85 key design by retaining all the essential function keys like Page Up/Down, Home, End, and Screen capture (cmd+shift+4) which are important for your productivity. With N-key rollover (NKRO on wired mode only) you can register as many keys as you can press at once without missing out characters.

Engineered with more than 15 types of RGB light and comes with different styles (flashing, breathing, or static etc) which will match up to your mood. Simply press the lightbulb key or fn + right arrow to achieve it.

The K2 can last up to 240 hours typing (backlight off) with a 4000 mAh big battery.

  • Switches: Gateron Brown tactile switches
  • Backlit: Adjustable 4-level RGB backlit
  • System: Mac/iOS/Windows/Android
  • Battery: 4000mAh Rechargeable li-polymer battery
  • Connection: Bluetooth and Type-C cable
  • Top Case Material: Aircraft-grade aluminium

UK Keychron K2v2 Bluetooth RGB Backlit Tactile Aluminium Mac/PC Keyboard - K2-C3-UK

Part Number
USB & Bluetooth
Cable length
1.25 Metre
Language Layout
United Kingdom
Number of keys/buttons
Switch Type
Gateron Brown
317 mm
129 mm
41 mm
1 kg
Mac and PC
Gross Weight
1.1 kg

UK Keychron K2v2 Bluetooth RGB Backlit Tactile Aluminium Mac/PC Keyboard - K2-C3-UK

  Anonymous  26/07/2023
Excellent keyboard. Love the aluminium frame. Second one I've purchased since spilling a cup of tea all over the first.
  Terry  11/04/2022
I have one other mech keyboard and wanted another. Originally ordered from Amazon but the order was messed up so I searched the internet saw K2-V2 on keyboard co and ordered. Slightly more expensive than Amazons but the delivery was quick and keyboard arrived as expected, no fuss or drama. Happy with the keycron and now sits on my desk as main keyboard for laptop. Thank and will order again when I want and upgrade.
  Anonymous  12/01/2022
Great quality keyboard, well packaged and fast delivery. Would buy from keyboardco again
  Chris  11/01/2022
This is my first mechanical keyboard, so far I think I made the right choice.
  Anonymous  07/09/2021
It's my first mechanical keyboard and I enjoy it a lot.
  Anonymous  20/07/2021
Initial reactions from trying out my new Keychron K2-V2 computer keyboard from The Keyboard Company (modelRGB Backlit Tactile Aluminium):

Itll take a bit of getting used to, and its Gateron Brown switches are a little noisier than expected. Id envisaged the sound to be a tad more metallic than the distinctly plastic click-clack. However, thats OK.

Deskchair height is going to be fairly important when working for longer periods, because the keytops are up to 4cm taller than the keyboard on a MacBook.

Also the shortcuts seem to be different. My normal `command-` and `option-` key functions seem to have been swapped. But going into System Preferences, I can reverse that. No need to download Karabiner or anything. (I suppose I might, if I needed to do anything more exotic.) `control-` behaves itself, so thats fine. (UPDATE: I found that although the keyboard came with the Mac keyset installed, the switch on the left side of the keyboard was set to `WindowsAndroid`. So I have corrected that, and restored the `System Preferences Keyboard Modifier Keys` to their normal settings for the Keychron.)

The other lovely thing is that using `caps lock` to change the keyboard language layout (called Input Sources in System Preferences), which I think I remappped already for the standard keyboardit just works! I can toggle between UK English and whichever of my other language layouts I last used.

When I do want to type in upper case, the `caps lock` key backlights in red, nice and conspicuous.

I need to get used to having a `del` key again, rather than the clunky `fn-backspace` that Apple has forced me to use all these years, especially since the `fn` key is down below my right pinky rather than my left. And I now have `page up`, `page down`, `home`, and `end` keys. The first two are probably going to be the most useful.

Already, I find myself in touch typing mode again. I havent done this much for years with the MacBooks squidgy, low-profile buttons. They never provided enough tactile feedback for me to be sure of my finger placement. Nor is there sufficient travel in the Mac keys to avoid the occasional inadvertant multiple keypress. With the Keychron every press is individual.

And as I go further, Im finding the plasticky clack-clack of the keys surprisingly soothing. My partner will hate it, of course, so Ill need to keep the study door shut. Im glad I chose the Gateron Brown keyset rather than the louder Blues.

One other benefit from using the K2, or indeed any separate keyboard, is that my wrists dont brush the trackpad and trigger wild swoops of the cursor while Im typing. The number of times I have found myself inserting text in unexpected places!

This is not the first bluetooth keyboard I have tried. I also own a Logitch K380, which is slim, compact, portable, lightweight, and also connects to up to three devices. Its a nice piece of kit, but its big dawback lies in the somewhat cramped spacing of the keys. Theyre nicely shaped, and they dont leave me in the same doubt about where my fingers are as the MacBooks keyboard does. But I have large hands, so the full-size layout of the Keychron is a big deal. Its why I decided to take the plunge and upgrade.

So here we are, typing on one screen via Bluetooth while charging from a different computer on USB. Does this enter text into my code editor on machine 2?no. Nor does it when I flick the switch from `BT` to `Cable`. Maybe its an issue with settings. Im not going to go into it for now, because I need to get some work done soon.

But before I sign off, a few words about the fancier backlighting options. Im not a fan. What bugs me most is that its not clear what mode Im in until I type. If I inadvertently hit the backlighting key, going back to my preferred (boring) setting is a tedious, stop-start, hit-and-miss affair. In my opinion, the backlight key is in the wrong placesurely it is a less-used function. But its exactly where the more frequently used `del` key should be, right in the top right-hand corner.

The service from Keyboard Co? Very good. Kept me in touch, packaged well, and delivered on time. Id happily do business again.
  Kev  03/06/2022
I already have this keyboard for my M1 MacBook Pro but I kept messing up typing as I frequently swap to my windows PC which had a G5 Logitech keyboard.I am glad I bought this. It's superior to the G5 for typing and I now don't have to look at the keys when typing as both keyboards are consistent. Plus the brown switches are great, the lighting is superior as I can see all the special characters whereas on the logitech the lighting only illuminates the main letters and numbers. Which is a pain at night.
  Anonymous  20/03/2022
Great keyboard and fast delivery.

I've had one of these I also bought from the keyboard company for a few months now and am now buying a second for use at home, despite being thrown around in my bag every day it's not got a mark on it, having the three bluetooth profiles and usb has been very useful.
  Grace  11/01/2022
This is my first mechanical keyboard, the Keychron K2 is lovely to type on and ASMR heaven. Great customer service from keyboardco too, very fast at replying to queries
  Z  27/05/2021
Love the swift service Keyboardco provided, and the product is excellent, fulfilling all my requirements and needs for a keyboard.
  ibid  18/05/2021
All the reviews are true: the keyboard is solid quality, minimal, perfect; the service is terrific.
  Anonymous  17/05/2021
Excellent quality keyboard and great customer service.

The slightly larger format than a 60% keyboard with all the additional function keys, media keys and a full separate set of arrow keys make this extremely easy to use vs other 60% keyboards I've used in the past. The aluminium frame makes the keyboard feel very weighty and sturdy.

Gateron Brown switches are great with a relatively mild and smooth actuation bump compared to cherry browns. However, the only problem I have is that space, enter and backspace keys have a fair bit of keycap wobble. The stabilisers on these keys very clearly have too much lubricant within the mechanism which makes them feel quite mushy.

They keycaps are of great quality and the typing experience is excellent. Would highly recommend both the Keychron K2V2 and the KeyboardCo.


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