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The_Wong_One
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Sep 18, 2021
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I very usable switch once lube and filmed + a spring swap..The superior MX Brown
Sandweiche
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Aug 11, 2021
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Good baseline experience, but there are better tactile mid-weight switches out there
I grabbed these switches because I type quite heavily, I prefer tactile switches, and the Cherry brand's reputation. Overall I am whelmed. The springs are a good resistance for me (65) but are a little bit scratchy. The sound isn't quite as 'thocky' as I like, but still have a decent sound profile. All in all, I am certainly not disappointed as they solved the problems I had (softer tactile switches are too mushy for me), but there are better options out there for a better price (Gazzew U4T with clear-tops, for instance)
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lysergic_die
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Aug 10, 2021
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5/5
All the switches worked out of the box. Some of them felt a little scratchy on first use but smoothed out after a couple days of typing.
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swiftwind501
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Jul 11, 2021
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Why aren’t these more popular?
My favorite Cherry switch that I've tried! Far more tactile than MX browns. I have sampled other tactile and clicky switches, yet with these I feel the most at home. Looking to try the Boba U4Ts someday, but these will suffice until then.
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LordOfTheWolves
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Jun 15, 2021
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pretty nice
I was lucky and got a bunch of really smooth switches, the weight is great and they start off chalky but smooth out and get better with a couple of days of typing in. They lube well and aren't hard to open, just be careful with the legs, cause its hard to get more top housings apparently. I recommend filming them with regular thickness films from Keebo, I used their thick films by accident, but it was fine, just over kill. And of course 205g0 for lube. They work great in my Keychron K8 RGB, colors are bright and consistent, and they sound good when the springs are figured out. Downsides is that these have really bad spring ping stock and lubbed, and oil doesn't help either, so just swap the springs to something better quality to save the hassle of these stock springs. cherry gold plated or some other springs would improve these immensely. If you like tactiles but want something more than browns but less than Zealios, these are for you. 9/10 would put my self in physical pain lubeing 90 more switches
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psmgeelen
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Jun 9, 2021
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So I cant go back now
I am a new kid on the block when it comes to mechanical keyboards. I ordered the Keychron K2V2 hot-swappable as it seemed the perfect entry level keyboard. The Gateron Brown where to 'light' for me, and I used to have a Apo with Cherry MX Browns that wasn't what I was looking for either. They were to light and not tactile enough. These switches have an incredible bump in them and are a little less noisy when compared to the Gaterons/Cherry Browns. It's very suitable in an office setting and are a great option if you are dealing with bottom-ing out to much. The tactility is CRAZY good! Another note for if you are considering these switches is that it is crazy difficult to get these type of switches, let alone these switches that are RGB friendly. (I am pretty sure this is the only place you can get these).
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doubleUecks
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Jun 10, 2021
if you have gateron browns or cherry browns you can switch out the springs into the clears, and then you'll have ergo clears. probably not the best for office settings since it will mean that you'll start bottoming out again but it's something to experience for sure.
Mboudreau
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May 14, 2021
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Better than browns!
All i can say is i really like the tactile bump.
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bheinz63
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Apr 28, 2021
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MX Clear looks great in RGB.
Cherry MX Clear have always been one of my favorite tactile switches, and seeing them come in clear RGB housings had me really excited. I was nervous the RGB housing wouldn't be as bright, or diffuse as much light as the Halo switches, but the Cherry MX Clear RGB housing does an AMAZING job of amplifying and diffusing the light behind the keycaps. Super happy with my purchase.
hihihing99
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Apr 23, 2021
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NIce! So good!
Cherry RGB clear switches are uncommon. If you value RGB, it's definitely worth buying.
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boulos
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Feb 23, 2021
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Very nice tactile bump
This is what I would have wished the Browns to be.
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