A keyboard engineered to fit you...
The ErgoTKL is a compact tenkeyless ergonomic keyboard designed to help you type naturally and AVOID WRIST STRAIN, RSI, & TYPING DISCOMFORT.
The ErgoTKL keeps your hands typing comfortably by separating them a natural width apart.
Traditional keyboards anchor your wrists together at an unnatural angle. Queue the wrist pain and fatigue...
The ErgoTKL is built with the perfect amount of support to keep your wrists at their natural angle.
Traditional keyboards force your hands to lay in an unnatural flat position while you type. Ouch!
The ErgoTKL has padded (and removeable) leatherette palm rests that make your hands feel like they're floating.
Hopefully your palms enjoy a rock-hard desk surface because there's no padding on a standard keyboard.
Whether you're writing an email, editing a video, or dominating a game, the ErgoTKL will help you do it comfort & style.
Tilt your keyboard forward 0 / 4° / 7° so you always
have palm support regardless of typing position.
Tilt your keyboard forward 0 / 4° / 7° so you always have palm support regardless of typing position.
Easily control volume / mute.
Want to open Chrome® at the press of a button?
How about set a custom backlight color?
Or run a special macro?
The ErgoTKL gives you the FREEDOM to adjust the split, angle, AND tilt in an infinite number of ways to perfectly fit you. Kiss sore wrists, tired shoulders, and typing discomfort good bye.
Once you experience the Cloud Nine difference you'll never want to go back to a standard keyboard.
Your 45-day trial begins the day your keyboard is delivered to your doorstep. If you decide it isn't a perfect fit for you within the first 45 days, we'll have it picked up and issue a full refund. (Awesome, right?)
We do ask all customers to spend up to 14 days on their new keyboard before starting a return or exchange so their hands have enough time to adjust to split-keyboard's unique feel + ergonomics!
If there's something wrong with your keyboard, we'll replace it for up to 2 years, starting from the date of original purchase.
This warranty is valid only if the purchaser uses the product for personal consumer use. The warranty no longer applies after any resale, whether new or used.
Original, dated proof of purchase by the original purchaser, and official warranty document to make a warranty claim.
Get your keyboard shipped straight to you at no extra cost
*Continental US only.
If you don’t love your keyboard, just contact one of our helpful customer service team members to confirm eligibility and arrange a return. We'll pick it up and issue you a full refund.
To be eligible for a return, you must be within the 45-day trial period and have had the keyboard for at least 14 days; the keyboard must also be clean and undamaged. You will be refunded the full keyboard price minus the value of any discount, interest accrued, and/or shipping charges.
A smooth and linear feel with very low audible click makes the RED switch perfect for speedy typing and quieter environments.
A balanced tactile feel and a medium audible click make the BROWN switch our customer’s most popular choice.
A high tactile “bump” feel and substaintial audible “click” makes the BLUE switch perfect for those who want lots of typing feedback.
My hands have never been more comfortable! Coupled with a trackball mouse, my arm doesn't have to move around too much. I can basically do anything with my elbows fixed in a comfy armrest.
One downside I can think of is that they used a non-standard usb-c wiring. You can't use regular usb-c cable to extend the keyboard distance. Luckily the 21-inch extension cables aren't that expensive, so I suggest getting them in a bundle if you think you need one.
But overall, I'm very happy with this keyboard. It is very well built and my wrists don't ache anymore.
This is a great keyboard, but it does have a few quirks.
- The brown switches are just awesome. They feel great and they work great, absolutely no problems there.
- The LED backlight is incredible, the smoothness of the animations and the individually lit buttons allow a ton of customization
- The wrist rests feel great and don't get sweaty. They are also removable. which I haven't had to do yet.
- The ergonomics are very good. Not as good as the MS ergo keyboard that I'm used to, but dang close. I am a software engineer, so I type all day but haven't had any carpal tunnel issues to speak of.
- Volume knob is super handy, and the media controls are decent
- The customization software is not verified/signed by Microsoft because it contains adware (defender even removed it for me)!!! This is extremely concerning, especially for work users who want to install and customize this on their work machine. This is the reason for losing a star.
- Typing has a strange "echo" effect that rings for a few seconds after a key is hit. This is an odd phenomenon that I have not noticed on other mechanical keyboards. You get used to it, but it's strange and makes it sound cheap sometimes.
- Some buttons are an awkward reach with the ergo layout, but I understand that the keys need to be interchangeable
- Some keys are different heights, which makes swapping them out very strange when some are lower than others! (Specifically, the home/end/pgup/pgdwn keys)
Overall this is a great little keyboard and I would recommend it to others, but don't install the customization software until they remove the adware that it installs.
Received the keyboard April 8th. Super excited to give it a try and found that it takes a bit to adjust your hand to (coming from a Microsoft split keyboard.) I didn't initially notice that the keyboard was missing a palm pad on the left side right away. When I did notice, I contacted customer support (Julian) April 20th and at first they said they would send me a new keyboard (or part of one) for where the pad was missing. Ok i said no problem. Once they figured out I was from Canada they said that they would just ship the pad over. Sure no problem I don't need a new keyboard anyway. Still have not received the palm rest and there has been no follow up. Not overly impressed for a 200$ keyboard.
To the reviewer complaining about keystroke releases making noise.. really? It's a mechanical key.. Get quiter ones like the cherry red's...
This is a great ergo TKL keyboard that just stays out of the way.. If you want to get crazy with lights you can - the software leaves a little to be desired, in that I wish you could customize it a little bit more for different times of day, applications, etc.. However I love that I can customize the keys on the left. Dedicated cut/copy/paste has been a game changer for data entry.
I did find that the arrange ment of the delete/home/end/PU/PD keys needed some re-arranging and the keycap heights are slightly different as a result. But it helps identify those at a glance.
The spinning wheel is not sensitive enough to be of much use, but I can see it being a really great feature for someone who remembers to use it. I would much prefer to be able to set it to 'pause' instead of 'mute'.
All in all, great keyboard!
It has this unbearable pinging sound. Every keystroke releases this whiney springy pinging. The volume knob has quite the noticable delay. Far left buttons have to go. Dedicated buttons for select all? No, that's not a thing.