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Everglide Aqua King Mechanical Switches
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Everglide Aqua King Mechanical Switches

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Review Highlights:
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Great value, big smooth
I am a big boy and I like heavy switches. As a linear gang member they are perfect, smooth pretty and for now reliable. The lube is okay. I recommend putting them into a keyboard (if it is hotswap) and then just applying more lube if certain switches need it.
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Would recommend to a friend.
10/10 2smooth4me
Hoooooooooly cow these are smooth. Like smoother than smooth. You think Durock linears are smooth? You ain't felt smooth. Slap some of these bad boys into your board and prepare for a linear experience unlike anything else. Mine were even perfectly factory lubed and the housing tolerances were perfect, meaning you don't have to do any extra work to them. They're totally stock, and they're totally sick.
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Q&A Highlights:
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Zealpc Tealio V2 or these Everglide Aqua King switches? Which one do you guys recommend more?
Aqua Kings. Zealpc is overpriced and there are better options now that the industry has caught up.
What is the significance of the weight difference???
How heavy the switch is to push down.
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juhaa
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Aug 29, 2023
Do these come dry or prelubed?
slImn
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Jul 23, 2023
someone in the comments here says many of the switches they bought stopped rebounding properly. I'm still wondering where to get a comparison of 5pin switches. something heavier duty. The 67gram pack is out of stock and I might need more than 35 switches for a keychron q3 pro. not sure if I should get linear with heavier force or what else would
Paladucky
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Aug 8, 2022
So the "Initial Force" listed in the table (38g/45g/55g) should be the actuation force and the "Actuation Force" listed (55g/62g/67g) is the bottom out force, correct? The table doesn't match the force curve diagrams.
yuukive
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Aug 5, 2022
Is there a plan to make silent version of there?
Ming
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Mar 2, 2022
I've been using these for about 3 months now. Many of the switches have stopped rebounding properly, getting stuck in the down position. I wouldn't buy these on account of the "good" factory lubing. In my experience they're inconsistent out of the box and then deteriorate with age.
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bensooders
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Nov 10, 2021
will these work with the alt barebones?
bensooders
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Nov 11, 2021
what supplies would you need to clip a 5 pin switch?
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Nov 11, 2021
bensoodersNot sure, since I've never done it. There aren't a lot of boards anymore that will only work with 3-pin switches, and the Drop ones are the only ones I know of. My guess would be flush cutters, since anything else would likely leave a bit left that would scratch or poke the PCB.
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