KeebWorks aims to deliver various topics on the keyboard industry, mainly focusing on mechanical keyboards and providing typing demonstrations on YouTube.
I don’t claim to be the perfect unbiased source. All reviews, guides and other information include my own opinion. However, I strive to offer consistent information I gather during testing and cross-checking it with other reliable sources. I will convey this information as clearly as I can to achieve a steady level of accuracy and reliability. As a someone who has worked as a product curator and reviewer in the past, I believe these are very important aspects when creating reviews, buyer’s guides and other relevant information. Consistency is 🔑.
- Functionality. Reliability. Comfort. Keyboards are an important and essential tool in our daily lives. Therefore, I believe a good quality keyboard is worth the expense.
- Quality & Transparency. My aim is to provide high quality information, but I make mistakes and screw up from time to time. However, I'm more than happy to learn where I went wrong and improve upon it next time.
- Remember the human. Debates and other opinions are welcomed and encouraged throughout the site. Any form of harmful behavior is not. Let’s all be nice to each other. The Terms of Service can be read here.
Meet The Creator
My name is Jommel, but call me 'Jay' instead, and next to me is my pet giraffe (no really, believe me). I’m the only contributor here at the time of writing, and everything from the web design to the reviews have all been completed by me.
The idea of this site came to fruition when I realized the lack of dedicated mechanical keyboard sites around. I wanted a 'full package site' that would cover everything from the shiny new releases to forgotten vintage keyboards of the past. And here we are.
Unfortunately, I don’t have my first mechanical keyboard anymore - The Cooler Master Quick Fire TK with Cherry MX Browns . I now use all kinds of keyboards to keep things spicy.
I'm fairly new to world of mechanical keyboard having only started in 2017. Now, I have amassed a collection of keyboards and switches ranging from typical office rubber domes to weird and obscure artifacts of the unknown. Either way, I am positive on the outlook of the market and I look forward to seeing new innovations in the keyboard industry over the coming years.
For any inquiries, don’t hesitate to email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org