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really? they weren't kailh? that's weird.... maybe keycool isn't as trustworthy as other brands? i wouldn't know... i've never owned a keycool product but i've tried kailh before and they are definitely not consistent at all.
I even removed some of the key caps to make sure they are in fact cherry and they definitely are. This is a huge disappointment and I probably will not be ordering mx blues anymore.
you can test their spring tension by pulling some caps around the one you want to test and then resting coins on it until it depresses. If the springs are different weights from the ones that sound right to you I would recommend contacting the manufacturer as they are likely defective.
That cant be real. They are Kailh stop kidding man ! I've bought like 12 mechanical keyboards in 2 years with all cherry mx switches and this never happened to me. Theres 2 explanations for this. One: You got kaihl switches and you don't know, Two: You are very, VERY unlucky :S . AIght peace.
|You got kailh switches and you don't know
Well he probably did pull a keycap and it most likely did say cherry on the housing
actually, you're right. So I guess he is VERY unlucky :/