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IDOBAO x Kailh Elf Ultra-Silent Mechanical Switches
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IDOBAO x Kailh Elf Ultra-Silent Mechanical Switches

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Not clicky loud!
Their silent and i put no lube i love them
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Recommends this product? Yes
frooddude
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May 8, 2024
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Very loud on switch release for stabilized keys.
Got the tactile purples -- Really odd how loud the stabilized keys are when released. This is comparing to Kailh Box Brown Silent. Even more odd considering out of the keyboard the Elfs are quieter all around. Non-stabilized keys are quieter with the Elfs. edit: KBBS firmness seems to vary more than Elfs but tends to wander between equal and slightly firmer. Just tried some Durock Shrimps in the place of stabilized switches. They are a little stiffer than the Elfs and stiffest KBBS, but like the KBBS do not clack on switch release. I'll be keeping the Shrimps there, and am considering a spring swap for them to better match the Elfs. Comparing the 2 bare, Shrimps ping, but Elfs have a touch more rattle.
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RaspMilano
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Apr 3, 2024
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Nice tickling of tactile with less sound
It isn't "SILENT" but still pretty quiet. I like it.
Recommends this product? Yes
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Actually, silent and feel great too!
I like the colorway for both. The purple reminds me of Sasuke Uchiha, and the gold, green, and blue remind me of the Zelda Tears of the Kingdom color scheme. I could easily recommend these to any of my friends looking to get into the hobby.
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Peaceduke
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Jan 30, 2024
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Great switches
Lubed and filmed are smooth as butter
Recommends this product? Yes
timthomascode
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Jan 24, 2024
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Good quality switches
Purple tactiles are nice and quiet. Didn’t pay attention to the spring weight (too light for my liking - plan on swapping out for heavier springs). Overall a really good switch though.
Recommends this product? Yes
stef011
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Jan 17, 2024
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Impressively silent and reactive
I use them everyday at work, you can barely hear me typing although I type a lot. The sound is just amazing without any additional lube. The feel is pretty cool also they are really reactive, I wouldn't advice to buy them for gaming as the actuation is pretty easy to reach, even the heavier version feels light. Typing with these is totally addictive !
Recommends this product? Yes
Chillitis
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Dec 21, 2023
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Scratchy, requires mods
Super scratchy sounding, even with lube, and not much improvement after filming. I bought these as a replacement for my Aliaz 70gs which are a bit too heavy for me, but these are much louder/more distracting by comparison. Like nails on a chalkboard. Will have to keep searching. I wish I had bought a tester first since these can’t be returned, but the previous reviews looked too good.
Recommends this product? No
phialee
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Dec 19, 2023
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beautifully silent
what else is there to say? no clicks, no clacks, just pure, dull thunks. can barely hear it from a few feet away. my favorite switches ever. perfect for someone who doesn't like their keyboard to make noise. typing fast, it barely makes a sound, while also making the perfect clacking sound. good for a small environment. can't hear it through headphones. lovely to type on.
Recommends this product? Yes
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Very Quiet
I do not have a keyboard to put these switches in yet. They come very nicely packaged. The stock feel is pretty good, there is a light rubbing noise that should go away if lubed and I find the spring weight low for my preference. So my plan with these once I have a board to put them in is to lube and replace the springs with something heaver.
Recommends this product? Yes
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