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50A O-Rings

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Get the click without the clack, plus a touch of ergonomic optimization, with a set of 50A O-Rings. To install the O-Rings, simply slide your keycaps off, pop the O-Rings into position, and slide the caps back on Read More

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tcyrus
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Nov 21, 2017
Just received my order. Considering the price as well as the shipping time, I don't believe it was worth it.
tcyrus
0
Nov 14, 2017
It's been slightly more than a month and they still haven't shipped yet. I really hope this is worth it.
Jajasica
6
Jul 1, 2017
Will 1mm can reduce most of the noice of my keyboard and does larger is quiter?
Kolawa
42
Jul 3, 2017
Yes, 1mm will reduce it and yes larger is quieter. Though, larger than 2mm changes the feel of the keyboard SIGNIFICANTLY.
Jajasica
6
Jul 3, 2017
Thank you bud
sionaz
2
Jun 29, 2017
I feel like these would fit in a really small envelope. What is with the shipping rates?
Edit: For any other Canadian residents, check this out: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00K73IE1C/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 They're 50A as well and seem to be about the same level of quality. You'll be saving 3-ish bucks, and they'll probably come before this drop even ends...
$15 internantional shipping? Hah! Get da fuq outta here!
dcousens
9
May 8, 2017
15USD shipping :( - 6USD for the rings is nothing, but, that shipping is insane for a small packet.
OracleKev
244
May 3, 2017
How do these compare to WASD orings in size? WASD ones don't list specs. It just says reduction of .2mm or .4mm travel for red and blue respectively.
My experience is aside from rubber thickness, the shape of + around keycap stem determines amount of dampening. So, I'm looking for something comparable to the sizes I have used before.
slyker
May 2, 2017
Am I crazy or did this drop used to have 70A spec rings?
MTK4355
264
Apr 30, 2017
I purchased these for use on a KBP V60 like this one:
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https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=874
I found that they did not provide much in the way of dampening the sound of my keys bottoming out, and soon replaced them with these that I found on Amazon 1-Day Delivery:
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https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00K73IE1C/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Clearly, it is not an apples-to-apples comparison and the amazon purchase was more expensive (though much, much faster) but I must say I was surprised to find that the Rosewill rings made all the difference in the world! My coworkers stopped throwing stuff at me when I feel particularly excited about the code I am writing......or deleting ;)
Also, when I was swapping them out, I noticed that these had already begun to show significant signs of wear (I'll get a picture up soon) and had nicks in them all over the place (are these rings too hard for my application??) yet after a similar amount of use the Rosewill rings still look as whole as ever!
I'm going to test yet another variety on my new RGB Pok3R (Thank you MassDrop!) but haven't decided which to go with yet. Have any of you tried the sound dampening clips? They seem like much more work to put on than the rings, but if it works I'm willing.
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