Havit HV-KB390L Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard – Unboxing & Review

Today we check out a super thin mechanical keyboard. This ten keyless low profile board from Havit features the Kailh PG1350 low profile keyswitches, allowing for this slim design.

More information here : https://www.prohavit.com/products/hv-kb390l-low-profile-mechanical-keyboard/

Low profile Kailh switch teardown : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1P_ucdyi1ms&t=80s


As usual, all keyboards are already opened and tested for a period of time, and then repacked for the unboxing.

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TrektNation says:

I would bring this everywhere if these were reds

Rekty Rektingson says:

Wow this thing is loud

Thom Appelman says:

I’m really looking forward to future keyboards using these switches, hoping for a mac styled keyboard with mech switches

雪音そら says:

I liked it before I even watched it..:) Found your videos about 3weeks ago and watched almost all of them haha.. you have a soothing voice and made me interested in customizing my boards ^^ hope you upload super often!

acatalept says:

Would it be possible to open these switches without desoldering? I’m tempted to pick one up if I can remove the click bar springs to end up with a low-profile silent TKL 😉

Al Ritchie Escudero says:

Does it come in white?

Arclight says:

I own this keyboard and it is honestly amazing. I couldn’t ever find myself liking traditional mech keyboards with their tall and wobbly keys. These feel just as tactile and satisfying as cherry mx blues but are much quieter in person and much more stable. Amazing deal for only 60 bucks. Add in the light weight, brushed aluminum faceplate, and tkl size and it’s perfect.

Michael says:

Love your vids keep up the good work!

Prash Rad says:

Yet another amazing video! Personally thinking of picking this up as my first mechanical keyboard

Dark_beast_13 Coolboy says:

Your voice is calming

luchvk says:

It sounds cool!

Toufusoup says:

Liked pre-watch as always. Post-vid, I might just get this for my dad. He’s got wrist issues but he still prefers to type on a full-sizer. Thanks for the review!

Hafizi Hilmi says:

Nice review as always. Just one question, Is the key travel distance to bottom-out similar to normal MX or they are shorten? I wish we have more customization support for the ML. They are very interesting.

David Robles says:

pls step it up to 4k video

Rare Pokemans says:


Danilo de Klerk says:

You said you’d link to a video that does compare to Cherry ML, but I don’t see it in the descritpion.

Dark_beast_13 Coolboy says:

Also where is part 3 of the custom G-skill mech keyboard

Last Second Bloomer says:

Nice board, I’ve always preferred low profile keys on membrane keyboards and now we get another mechanical one. Looks pretty good, nice lighting. I really like how it sounds and I can somewhat imagine how it feels while typing. But that non-standard everything is a turn-off…

John Matthias says:

It looks very nice. My only reservation is about the double click (and the ABS caps).

MrZipapezooda says:

I just got this keyboard yesterday, though it is cheap and doesn’t look all that premium, it does boast an aluminum plate making it very sturdy. It feels great to type on and it does feel refreshing. Another advantage is it is quieter.

Thales Sousa says:

Those switches sound so crisp! The keycaps are a deal breaker for me though, good luck finding a set for it once the stock ones are worn out and gross (which I’m sure they’ll get).

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