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HS60 Hotswap PCB V3

£70.00 GBP
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The HS60 is a 60% Hotswap PCB with everything you need ready to go! North-facing per-key LEDs and pins for underglow compatibility to really make your keyboard and switches shine.

USB-C port
Kailh Hotswap Sockets
Options for ISO, ANSI or HHKB
No soldering required

STM32F303 - Arm Cortex M4 core

QMK & VIA Compatible 

Socket type
USB Type C

Length - 285mm
Width - 95mm
Thickness - 5mm

Compatible Layouts

Case Compatibility
Standard 60% mounting points

South-facing per-key RGB LEDs 
Options for Underglow LED strips (Requires soldering)

Required to Complete (ISO/ANSI/HHKB)
Switches x62/61/62
Keycaps x62/61/62
2u Stabilizers x3/4/2 
6.25 Stabilizer x1
60% Case and Screws

Useful Links
VIA Configurator
VIA Firmware
QMK Configurator
QMK Toolbox
Underglow guide

Please Note: The firmware has not changed from the v2, you may find that it is called HS60v2 when plugged in.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
A great PCB for new builders, especially since it has hotswap!

I love this PCB, I put together my first 60% keyboard with it that I have been using for a few months.
It works well and I set up a few custom layers with my own programmed QMK layout.
You could use VIA.

I put this together with;
,- HS60 Hotswap PCB V3 - ISO (from Mechboards)
,- Moyu Green Snake Switches by JWK - Linear 5-Pin (from Mechboards)
,- Durock Screw-in Stabilisers v2 - Clear (Lubed with Krytox 205g0) (from Mechboards)
,- Botanical Double Shot Cherry Profile - ISO Layout (from Amazon UK)
,- 60% Universal ALU Plate - Gold (from Mechboards)
,- 60% Bamboo Enclosure Case (from Mechboards)

One problem I had out of the box, I was testing keys with VIA and it was shipped with the wrong firmware? It was showing up as a different keyboard.
This could have been an issue with people that have never built a keyboard before.
(In the Discord they said some PCBs where accidentally flashed as Odins at the factory.)

I had a split keyboard before this that also used QMK so I knew how to change the firmware so it was not an issue for me.

If you want to see some a YouTube short or some Images then checkout @kyleirelandtech on YouTube or Instagram and other places such as Twitter.

just what i wanted

very happy with this. easy to build and good options for layout (i like a split r shift). easy to customise layout and RGB with VIA (by default there was no light to indicate capslock, which confused me at first)

N.B. takes a 7u spacebar

Not perfect but pretty close

ISO layout
I got this since I didn't want to solder and it's worked pretty great. My only gripe is the LED location since they don't shine through the keycaps, except for the Esc and 1 key where the LED and switch socket is flipped. Otherwise well built and haven't had any issues.


Second one purchased I've pirchased, great product


Works as it should