The switch tester is a fairly sturdy piece of acrylic and has been a great way to teach others about the differences in mechanical switches. It, more than my keyboards, was a gateway for my wife to realize that she wanted a keyboard of her own. She had fun picking the switches. My only gripe is that some of the switches are a bit loose and fall out easily, but that shouldn't be a dealbreaker for anyone.
I love it. It has been sitting on my office desk for about two weeks and every time someone visits they always play with it. It has helped me encourage some of my coworkers(developers) to look into getting a mechanical keyboard. Sad part is they all seem to like the quiet ones.
This is not your typical switch tester. Not even close. The new heavyweight champion of your desktop is the KBDfans All-in-One 72-Switch Tester. You heard that right, that’s 72 different switches, arranged in a 9-by-8 layout. That means you get to test out just about any switch you want—from Cherry and Gateron to Kailh and Aliaz—before you take the plunge on a full set or a new keyboard. Made with DSA keycaps, rubber pads, and an acrylic or aluminum base, it’s nice and sturdy. Use it as a display for your favorite artisan caps or make a beautiful scene with different-colored keycaps.
Acrylic - Clear
Aluminum - Black
9 x 8 switch layout
72 DSA keycaps
Acrylic or aluminum base
Estimated ship date is Dec 13, 2023 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. Cancellations are accepted up to 2 hours after checkout, after which all sales final.
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