Keyfirst Cream Linear Custom Mechanical Switch
Keyfirst Cream Linear Custom Mechanical Switch
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Manufactured by Gateron, the Keyfirst Cream switch is both colorful and fun to press. With 4 millimeters of total travel and an operating force of 62 gf, it’s a bit on the bulkier side—but its self-lubricating stems make each keystroke a frictionless experience Read More

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GreatSaski
5
Oct 19, 2020
Oooooohhhh, banana spli.....wait a minute...
Reesewisner
0
Oct 20, 2020
That’s what I’m saying they are almost exactly the same look
antrosa91
1
Oct 17, 2020
These look like the banana splits even the same weight in the spring ... is it a clone ???
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Reesewisner
0
Oct 20, 2020
No it can’t be cause the don’t use a c3equalz mold but very similar id assume
Samab
2
Oct 17, 2020
Please rename to Creamy Pandas
Arthy
63
Oct 14, 2020
Self-lubricating is misleading and I dont see any specs on materials used.
Arthy
63
Oct 15, 2020
Housing or stem? If its POM stem then its like any other switch.
Qwervy
312
Oct 15, 2020
I mean, most other switches are self-lubricating anyways
Boctor
6
Oct 14, 2020
Stating the obvious, but almost all MX-style switches already use POM for the sliders, regardless of the housing material. Unless the stem/slider here is some sort of proprietary plastic blend, or Gateron suddenly started offering POM housings, it'll be no more "self-lubricating" than any other linear.
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lukhe
1
Oct 14, 2020
These are actually good?
Danzo
16
Oct 15, 2020
SevenSixTwo
12
Oct 13, 2020
Don't be misled, if you're looking for NovelKeys's Cream, this is not it.
Jaybib
78
Oct 13, 2020
Either way it's a win-win. You get cute switches and they're not novelkey creams.
Gjrhoward
8
Oct 14, 2020
Who looks at their switches? There's these things called Hi-profile cases, and a bigger thing called keycaps... Plus the housing isn't clear so they aren't best for RGB. TLDR: Buy Gat Yellows if on a budget.
FunkMasterJ
4
Oct 13, 2020
These aren't Cream switches. You need to change the name.
FunkMasterJ
4
Oct 15, 2020
Jesus there are so many flaws in that argument and with how copywrite works I don't even know where to begin....
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scottlu
288
Oct 21, 2020
looks like the cream mean the color taste .
SomeVietGirl
18
Oct 13, 2020
PSA: You can find these EXACT same switches on AliExpress by KPrepublic Store for about the same price, free shipping, and it arrives about a month earlier. These are also up on Amazon right now and it's Prime Day!
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alec25
3
Oct 13, 2020
Searching and I do not see them on Amazon. Can you send link?
ZevB
44
Oct 13, 2020
Who remembers the POM stem based "Creamy Switches" from GeekMaker, I think all switches will have Cream in the name in 2021, reminds me of "Now all restaurants are Taco Bell".
frivoflava29
114
Oct 16, 2020
I got four of those Geekmaker switches in a switch tester early last year and they're aggressively mediocre.
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