Yellow Ducky One 3 Mini 60% Hotswap RGB Double Shot PBT QUACK Mechanical Keyboard

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Ducky One 3 Mini Yellow Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
Cherry MX Silver thumbnailCherry MX Silver
Cherry MX Clear thumbnailCherry MX Clear
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red



  • RGB LED Primary LEDs: RGB (SMD)
  • RGB LED Control LEDs: RGB



  • Limited Offer!! Ducky One 3 series orders include a FREE Ducky Bobble Switch keychain (cap color random) while supplies last!
  • Featuring Ducky's all new QUACK Mechanics design philosophy
  • Dual layer Hot-swap PCB w/ exclusive Kailh yellow hotswap sockets
  • Low profile One 3 case design in a wide array of exclusive color options
  • Equipped with dual-layer high-grade silicone and EVA foam sound dampeners
  • Thick PBT Double-shot seamless keycaps
  • 3 level adjustable feet and Detachable Braided USB Type-C cable
  • Improved PCB design, V2 stabilizers, and remapped Macro Layout
The One 3 series features Ducky's all new QUACK Mechanics design philosophy which focuses on achieving best-in-class aesthetics, hotswap functionality, sound dampening, stabilizers, and more! The case for the One 3 maintains a low profile while allowing for a variety of color combinations with its unique 3-layer design. Enjoy the best acoustics you'll find in a prebuilt thanks to the One 3's silicone plate dampener and EVA foam case dampener.

The Yellow Ducky One 3 Mini is hot-swappable with Ducky's exclusive top-of-the-line Kailh Yellow Sockets. The One 3 series features Ducky's V2 stabilizers with improved stability, feel, and sound. The One 3 Yellow features thick Double-shot PBT keycaps with seamless legends, 3 level adjustable feet, an improved PCB design, detachable braided USB Type-C cable, an improved Macro layout, and more.

Details and Specifications

ModelOne 3 Mini
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorYellow
Frame Top MaterialPlastic
Frame Bottom MaterialPlastic
Primary LED ColorRGB
Control LED ColorRGB
Hotswap SocketsYes
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Cord Length60 inches

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  • This was my first Ducky board. Form years I heard nothing but praise, but when I opened this board, though very nicely packed, I was extremely displeased with the out of box experience. And being that it's Ducky, they void your warranty as soon as you open it, so what's the point? The board exhibited extreme ping (Gateron Blacks), while feeling "dull" to the touch. I compared this to an RK61, and though not quite as well built, offers an almost on par experience as does the Ducky.

    What make Ducky think that their plastic boards are worth more than others and deliver basically the same experience, except most other board companies know you are going to modify and improve the board to achieve that boards potential peak.

    I bought this as an Xmas present for myself and now find myself returning it.

    Ducky's first impression on me is not good at all.

  • I really have been anticipating this keyboard for as long as I can remember and I really wish that I didn't have to make this review but sadly I want to warn those wanting to get this specific model. It hasn't been a week that I have had this keyboard and on the 3rd day of having it, this issue occurred of some of my keys not working. First it was my W, now it's the D and A key giving me issues where it just stops registering itself and I have to repress them to regain its function. So when playing fast paced games like halo infinite or moving with the team in valorant, my character would stop moving forward at random periods and it would throw my whole momentum off. I did in fact download the firmware update from Ducky's support page as I thought it may have been a firmware issue. I'm on the latest update of this keyboard and I still am having the same issue. What I will be doing now is returning it and debating if I will be getting the daybreak edition instead. I have even went to Reddit to post my concern, and come to find out I'm not the only person with this same keyboard having this issue. I will update with further details on what I'll be doing next, or when I receive my daybreak. Beyond disappointed that I had to go through this. I wish this wasn't the case. But I will have my hopes up for the daybreak model as I may get that one. Just have to decide if I'm willing to risk getting a new keyboard and not have the same issue repeat itself

  • The keyboard sound is much better than the One 2 Mini (especially the Mecha) due to the silicone and foam. All the insides of this keyboard also fit inside the Ducky One 2 Mini and Mecha Mini you can swap the internals between the two, if you really want to for some reason, although it is quite a tight fit.

    It could use better foam, and the stabilizer in the spacebar in mine sticks, so I'll need to take the stabilizers out and re-lube them. Otherwise, there's no rattle from the stabilizers in mine, and the rest of them seem to be lubed at least semi-decently from the factory.

    Overall, not bad, and a step in the right direction for Ducky, and very nice for a pre-built. Although, yikes, the colorways on these are a bit much for me.

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