I’ve always been an avid user of mechanical keyboards. I was first introduced to mechanical keyboards when I built my first custom PC in 2013. Ever since then I have been hooked. My first keyboard was a Razer Blackwidow and I used that keyboard for six years straight before upgrading.
My interest in mechanical keyboards led me to start this blog with my wife, Betty. We hope to learn more about mechanical keyboards and teach other people all the cool stuff there is to know about this fun hobby. Betty runs the Youtube channel, and puts a lot of hard work into reviewing keyboards and making overall amazing content. If you’re interested, you can check out the Youtube page here.
We started the blog in January of 2020 and our goal is to consistently put out helpful content and serve the mechanical keyboard community to the best of our abilities. We eventually want to become a pillar in the community and a reliable resource for non-biased reviews, in-depth tutorials, and showing everybody our favorite keyboard picks.
At this point in our mechanical keyboard career we’ve typed on and reviewed dozens of keyboards and hundreds of switches, we want our audience to be able to pick out the best products without wasting time on the lemon products with poor quality.
We eventually want to build our own custom mechanical keyboards from scratch and dig deep into all aspects of mechanical keyboards. There is just something incredibly satisfying about the switch and click (see what I did there) when logging keystrokes on one of these keyboards.
I come from a mechanical engineering background, so I’m very interested in the way mechanical keyboards work. I also find the mechanics of how the switches, stabilizers, and PCB quite fascinating. I hope to someday start building and producing my own custom line of keyboards for other people to purchase and enjoy.
If you have any questions or comments, don’t hesitate to ask. Feel free to reach out to us through the YouTube channel.