Everest Max

TOTAL €249,99

Everest Max redefines mechanical keyboards with modularity and customization unlike any other. The Numpad can be attached to either the right or the left side of your Everest Keyboard, while the Media Dock enjoys its view from the top of the world on the left or right top side, and the magnetic Palm Rest sees you through longer sessions offering extra cushioning comfort.



Everest is a revolution in choice and built on MOUNTAIN’s user-centric design philosophy: Innovation, Performance, Aesthetics and Modularity. Featuring patent-pending designs, Everest was created from the ground up to enable peak performance.


A whole mountain range of controls and information on top of your keyboard. Also, the first of its kind to feature a display! Apart from easily accessible media controls, the display will enable you to monitor your system, display or switch profiles.


If your daily routines include punching in numbers every so often, or you have an elaborate script and hotkey setup, the Numpad is for you. It was designed to fit snugly and securely to Everest and look great while serving alongside its bigger brother, either on the right or the left side of your keyboard.


To maximize your efficiency, modify the 4 display keys on your numpad to your heart’s desire. Choose your favorite shortcuts, macros or hotkeys and pick an image to make them your own.


Base Camp features a tight integration with OBS Studio to enable recording, streaming, transitions and more with the push of a button. Includes custom icons for Display Keys to make sure you’ll never lose track of what’s important.


We selected the gold standard of mechanical switches. The modular approach makes it easy for you to replace the stock switches with any other compatible hot-swap variant, no soldering required.


Sound is a crucial aspect of every mechanical keyboard, and Everest goes the extra mile to achieve superiority. Featuring genuine Cherry stabilizers with tight tolerances, factory-tuned with Glaze GPL 205 Grade 0. Everest's stabilizers do away with rattle and noise, placing them in a league of their own.


Your Everest is supported by our Base Camp™ software, designed and developed from the ground up to equip you with all the tools you need for your ascension. Base Camp™’s primary design goal was balancing ease of use and flexibility, enabling you to set up your Makalu mouse precisely the way you want it, without being in your way.

Base Camp™ includes:
• Macro wizard and editor

• Custom key bindings

• Wide range of RGB features

• Software and Firmware Updater

• Razer Chroma™ RGB support

• OBS controls integration


Color Gunmetal Gray / Midnight Black
Switch Type 3-Pin Cherry MX, hot-swappable
Stabilizer Cherry (plate-mounted, lubricated)
Layout Standard ANSI/ISO
Backlight RGB
Key Rollover NKRO over USB
Polling Rate 1000Hz / 1ms
Keycaps ABS (PBT optional)
MCU Cortex M0
Onboard memory Up to 5 profiles
On-the-Fly System Though FN Function Key
Connector USB Type-C
Interface USB 3.2 Gen 1
Cable length 2m
Product Dimensions 265x461x43mm (LxWxH)
Product Weight 1373g
Materials Aluminum, ABS (PBT optional)
Media Dock Display RGB TFT IPS 240x204px
Media Dock keys 4: media, 1: display control
Display Keys 4: 72x72px per key TFT LCD
Palm Rest Magnetic, covered in PU-Leather
Software Support Base Camp™ (Windows only)
Warranty 2 years
Included Accessories
Keycap & Switch combo removal tool
USB Type-C to C cable (15cm)
USB Type-A to C cable (2m)
Extra Cherry MX Switch x5
Extra ESC keycap x1
Riser feet

Customer Reviews

Based on 445 reviews
John Doe
Something good keyboard!

But Basecamp software need to develop
No stable macros for game, Lack of features for macro and led lightings, etc.
And need 8000hz and 2.4ghz input delay 0.01ms wireless ;)

Otto Aho

Everest Max

Koo Jahyun
Everest Max

The keyboard quality is good.
I'm very satisfied with the keyboard design.

Solid keyboard but a few issues keep it from greatness

Let me start by saying that overall I enjoy this keyboard but it feels like a beta build rather than a finished product. The core functionality is all there as well as many of the bells and whistles but it's lacking that final quality check to make it truly special.

A lot of the following comments are very nitpicky and wouldn't be noticed by most. I'm just calling it out because at the premium price point this product is sold at my expectations are extremely high.

Onto the issues:

- The wrist pad is extremely shallow. Not sure what the reasoning was behind this but I find a substantial portion of my fairly average size hands hanging off the edge unsupported. Really hope they correct this.

- The software is less than ideal. A few of the navigation options leave you at a dead end, unable to go back to the main screen. Additionally, I have not been able to get the Razer Chroma sync to work despite multiple attempts. Quite possible it's a user issue on the last part to be fair.

- Accessing the dial pad menus is a serious exercise in frustration. Multiple clicks of the button on the side to get anywhere, four clicks just to get to the main menu. This could be solved very easily by incorporating a push button into the dial key, etc. Lots of ways to solve this which leaves me a bit perplexed as to why they chose this approach.

- There are a number of keys that have pretty uneven lighting. On my keyboard these include the bottom of the caps lock key (LOCK) the bottom of the num lock key (LOCK again!) and the ends of the backspace key (B/E).

- The image quality on the macro keys is very lacking. Think old school Gameboy levels of resolution; very easy to see individual pixels making jagged edges, etc.

- I have my RGB set to a light shade of blue and there is a very noticeable green spotlight along the side profile of many keys (~1/3)

Peter Chan

- The keyboard works
- cool concepts: movable wheel / media module
- shortcuts buttons
- the media/wheel module needs love. I should be able to have the time up and use the wheel to change the volume without having to go to volume mode and losing the time/date.
- changing between modes is a pain. If i have one thing enabled, why do I need to select it again to change it with the wheel?
- Keypad module falls off too easily. it needs to be locked in.
- Keypad module is not level. the innter feet don't touch the desk.
- no support for 5 pin switches.
- RGB strip along the edges are too dim and is too inset to be visible normally.