5075S DIY Kit

Prezzo scontato$66.00

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SKU: 6925758625029

Color: Moonlight White VIA

2023 New Release

Akko 5075S DIY Kit

Please note: This keyboard is a barebone keyboard and requires basic assembly. Switches and keycaps (sold separately).

Gasket Mount

A gasket mount keyboard is a type of mechanical keyboard that uses a gasket material, such as silicone or neoprene, to create a “floating” mount for the switches. The gasket is placed between the plate and the PCB, which allows for a more flexible and cushioned typing experience.

This design allows for more flex and cushioning, which can result in a softer typing experience.

Double Shot Plate Mount Stabilizer

The stabilizer comes with POM housing and POM+TPU stem to minimize rattle and pings. They are Akko proprietary and meant to provide better out of box experiences.

The keyboard also supports screw-in stabilizers.


5075S Via supports VIA for cross-platform (Linux/Mac/Windows) advanced keyboard configuration.

QMK is currently undergoing certification. Users who wish to implement it before the official pull request can download the source code.

5075S DIY Kit


Learn more about the 5075S DIY Kit ​such as the hotkeys, system commands, blacklight setting, and more in the user manual.

User Manual

5075S Barebone



Case Material:

PBT Material


White / Black


USB Type C

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Good product

Works good for me

Akko 5075, silver POM, full whole beauty 🥰

Watch my video where I build it myself, very easy, sounds And feels great!

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Impressive entry/midtier keyboard (Akko 5075s)

I'm writing this from a first time builder experience, so my opinion might differ from experienced builders. This keyboard has a lot of great things about and its price point is incredibly great value. I'm using the akko crystal silver switches + gmmk keycaps and it sounds amazing. Only modding I personally did was lubing the switches and I did a 3 layer tape mod. Though I will say my only reference points are some gaming keyboards, a keychron Q1 pro stock and all kinds of keyboard sound tests on youtube. The plastic case might seem like a downside, but honestly I think plastic has a less hollow sound compared to metallic cases. Also the plastic feels good quality and it has an extremely smooth surface. Some complaints I do have though. First obvious one that other people before me have mentioned a lot is the mounting. Having to pry open the plastic clips is the most stressful and difficult part about this keyboard. Either make the gap between the plastic go horizontally across the keyboard where you dont have to stick any thin object inside the gap too deep or just have it screw mounted. Sadly because of the mount, I broke off the bottom plastic part of the win/mac mode selector. Though personally its whatever since it isnt visible unless you look below the keyboard. Another breakage I've heard occur, but didnt happen to me is the side LED breaking off when opening the case. I luckily didnt break mine, but could possibly happen. Overall though I would recommend this to nearly anyone, beginner or not. Great feel and sound with minimal effort.

Side note I would include a picture but sadly my phone camera quality is a bit vile so I'll leave that one out.



Awesome board !

Great board overall the only negative thing is that it bends very easily. Also be careful to not break the side leds when you open the case !

The RGB is great, the board sounds awesome (Akko Milky Yellow V3) and the VIA app is easy to use and gives you a lot of options !