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Review: Kzzi K75 Pro 75% mechanical keyboard

The Kzzi K75 Pro is a 75% wireless mechanical keyboard priced at USD 119. The keyboard is available on Amazon USA with the occasional $30 coupon, and on Epomaker at full price.

You can follow Kzzi on Instagram to see what new products they have. It doesn't seem like they have a proper website set up yet.

The bottom line is if you get get the keyboard at discounted price, it's a terrific deal. If you get it at the normal price, it's a good deal. Either way, you'll be getting a beautiful well-built mechanical keyboard with enjoyable typing experience.


  • Number of keys: 82
  • Battery: 3750 mAh, 200 hours without backlight
  • Lighting effects: 16 styles
  • Keycaps: PBT
  • Connectivity: USB-C, Bluetooth 5.0, 2.4Ghz
  • Gasket mounted with sound dampening form
  • NKRO anti-ghosting
  • Stabliser type: Plate mounted
  • Hot-swappable: Yes with 3-pin or 5-pin switches
  • OS support: MacOS, Windows, Linux
  • Size: 335.8 x 55.5 x 41.5 mm
  • Weight: 1.06kg

Things included

  • Keyboard
  • Switch and keycap puller
  • Four extra switches
  • USB-A 2.4Ghz receiver (behind the keyboard)
  • 1.8m long USB-C to USB-A/C cable
  • User guide and warranty card

Here's a close up on the four extra switches which are factory pre-lubed. Switch options are Moment Linear Switch and Eternity Tactile Switch on Amazon. There are other options from Epomaker.

The cable can be used with USB-A and USB-C.

This is a beautiful looking mechanical keyboard. There are seven themes available: Arcade Games (above), Time Machine Green, Knight Gray, Lemon Green, Mousse Cake, Rhine River and Sakura Pink.

The mechanical keyboard market is very competitive and there are many options to choose from, and this really pushes companies to produce good designs.

Build quality is solid. This gasket-mounted mechanical keyboard is put together really well.

The back has four big pieces of rubber feet with good grip on the table. There's a small storage area for the USB-A 2.4Ghz receiver.

Legs can be folded out to two heights.

There's a little display to show the battery level %.

That's the toggle to switch connection between 2.4Ghz and Bluetooth and off.

This keyboard has shortcuts labeled by the side of the keys. This is very useful to help you remember the function key shortcuts.

To switch keyboard type between Windows and Mac requires the use of keyboard shortcuts.

The tactile typing experience is buttery smooth. This keyboard is satisfying to type on. Noise level is on the low side, maybe at 2/5 levels. This keyboard should not disturb others in an office environment.

There are beautiful 16 lighting effects to choose from. Controlling the lights require the use of keyboard shortcuts, and all the keyboard shortcuts are provided in the user guide.

The lights do not go through the letters.

Software or driver

The keyboard comes with a driver but it's not necessary to install the driver to use the keyboard. The driver is for Windows OS.

The driver provides customisation for keyboard shortcuts, macro programming, and control and customisation for the lighting effects.

The driver can be downloaded from this link and Amazon product page- Product Description - Driver Support.


The Kzzi K75 Pro looks good, well built and types well. It's a high quality keyboard at a reasonable and competitive price. This is a keyboard a can recommend easily.

Pros and cons at a glance
+ Many beautiful design options
+ Solid build quality
+ Can be paired to 4 devices (3x Bluetooth + 2.4Ghz)
+ Can work with cable connection
+ Has battery life % indicator
+ Function key shortcuts are label by the side of the keys
+ Wonderful dampened typing experience, not too noisy
+ 16 beautiful lighting effects
+ Decent battery life of 200 hours without lights
+ Reasonable price
- Downsides? Can't think of any


The keyboard is available on Amazon USA and Epomaker

If there's no discount Amazon, you can use coupon code K75PRO10 for 10% off.