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Drop + Invyr Holy Panda Mechanical Switches

Drop + Invyr Holy Panda Mechanical Switches

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It Lives Up to My Expectation
Everyone's expectation is different. Although I have high hope for Holy Panda, I tried to keep my expectation in check. I have not tried all the switches under the sun nor do I have all type of key caps at my arsenal; but I do have quite a few to compare. I used to like clicky heavy switches and Cherry MX Blue were my go to switch. Four out of eight keyboards I currently own came with Cherry MX Blue out of the box. Two are Gateron Blue and one was Cherry MX Brown. I don't like liner type switches, but I like tactile switches. I grew tired of Cherry MX Blue after I started comparing tactile feedback and sound signature against different type of keycaps, and numerous other switches. In my option, Cherry MX Blue performs better than all three Gateron switches (Blue, Brown, Green) I tired. There is one thing that Cherry MX Blue really irritates me. That is the ringing sound I heard across all keycaps on Cherry MX Blue when I bottom out. Every time after I press down a key and release it, it gives me this subtle ring that keeps getting louder the faster I type. But none of the switches I tried came close to overall feel and sound of Cherry MX Blue until I tried Hako switches. Only Hako Royal True sounds better than Cherry MX Blue, but it was too heavy compared to Cherry MX Blue. When I compare Cherry MX Blue to Hako Royal True, it gave me the tactile feedback and sound signature I was looking for. I want something that sound like Hako Royal True but with lighter tactile that is closer to Cherry MX blue. I knew if I can get a switch lighter tactile than Hako Royal True, but a similar but more subtle feel than Cherry MX Blue, I can retire from this hobby. At least from the key switches and PCB layouts. Then, I read about Holy Panda switch that combined two switches into one to give unique sound signature. I listened to typing tests around the Internet and checked their tactile signature against all switches. I blindly pull a trigger on 110 switches twice on Drop. One set for Kira keyboard at work and another for my GK 84 at home with some switches to spare. I have never been happier to type and hear the Holy Pandas with either SA or DSA profiles. My search for perfect switch has ended. I found my holy grail. I am more than happy with my purchase. Holy Panda has stretch the itch I was having for 5 years.
Would recommend to a friend.
Better than I thought
I'd like to preface this with I did not open these switches up and lube them. These are stock. Everything feels fine to me, not sure why people are so upset. While I was waiting for these I ordered some yok housings with some halo trues and 68g sprit springs + 3203 lube and figured it would be the same. These were totally different and more tactile. Maybe it's the 68g sprit that made them not the same I'm not sure. I also bought some 67g zealios v2 and I don't understand how people say these are more tactile than holy pandas. Holy pandas were much better than zealios v2 for sure. I have shared my these 3 different switches with my coworkers and we are in agreement that the holy pandas were the best out of the 3. They are endgame switches for sure and I'll probably have to buy more than the 180 I bought on the first drop
Would recommend to a friend.
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The Most Tactile Switches in the World

With a name like Holy Panda, these switches had to be epic. Made with stems from Halo Clears or Halo Trues, with the housing found on Invyr Panda switches, Holy Panda switches combine the best of two worlds. The result is a snappy, tactile switch that is satisfying to type on. This time around we won't be pre-lubing the switches. As the original tooling is too damaged to make a new run, this batch will be made with updated tooling. It’s also worth noting that due to the opaque housing, they won’t let as much per-switch lighting through as some switches.

Drop + Invyr Holy Panda Mechanical Switches
Drop + Invyr Holy Panda Mechanical Switches
Drop + Invyr Holy Panda Mechanical Switches
Drop + Invyr Holy Panda Mechanical Switches
Drop + Invyr Holy Panda Mechanical Switches
Drop + Invyr Holy Panda Mechanical Switches
Drop + Invyr Holy Panda Mechanical Switches


  • Produced by Drop
  • Halo switch stems
  • Polycarbonate top housing
  • Nylon bottom housing 
  • 67g spring
  • Plate mount (3-pin)
  • Style: Tactile
  • Stem color: Salmon
  • Per-switch LED compatibility: SMD and through-hole
  • MX-compatible
  • Unlubed from the factory


  • 35 Switches


We get it. Sometimes what you ordered just doesn’t work out. If that’s the case for you, don’t fret! All customers (both US and international) may return this item in new, unused condition within 30 days of delivery.


Estimated ship date is July 29, 2024 PT.

Payment will be collected at checkout. Cancellations are accepted up to 2 hours after checkout for in-stock items, or up until pre-order ships.

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Top Customer Questions75
When will the pack of 70 come back in stock?
Jan 22, 2021
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Are the switches already lubed?
Feb 4, 2021
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Unless something has changed, it quite plainly states they are not lubed from the factory. At the bottom of the description, you can see this information.Read More
Feb 11, 2021
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How many pins are these switches?
Jan 22, 2021
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3 pin its compatible with CherryMx hot swappable keyboardsRead More
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