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MOD Switches (70, 90, or 110 Pieces)

MOD Switches (70, 90, or 110 Pieces)

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Designed with input from the mech keys community, these ergo clear switches feature a Cherry spring (either Red or Brown) and a Cherry Clear slider. Lubricated on the slider side for smooth operation, they’re available in seven different styles Read More

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gt1989
3
Aug 13, 2018
Are these older or newer stock, reason I ask is because I know that the older housings were thicker so they didn't fit into some plates.
ashiraki
187
Aug 13, 2018
these are not compatible with PCB mounted RGB right?
boolean-julien
257
Aug 23, 2018
They are not. Source: tried it myself :(
rumblehotep
147
Aug 12, 2018
Did Mod-SH switches sell out? They're listed in the overview but I don't see an option for them in the Buy tab. A shame, their actuation and bottom out weights line right up with the comfort zone I loved with switchcracker yellow switches. Checked originative and they're sold out there too.
Koatl
181
Aug 14, 2018
Second time I've seen something listed in the drop but wasn't actually available to purchase. Was hoping to pick up 100 Mod-SH. Oh well.
SennapodTee
63
Aug 12, 2018
Dumb question time. The description says that "these ergo clear switches feature a Cherry spring (either Red or Brown) and a Cherry Clear slider".
So if there's one stem type and two spring types, shouldn't there be only two versions of the switch? Instead, there are seven.
How can they come in linear and tactile versions if they all have the same slider?
If there are only two spring types, how can there be three different actuation forces?
Kungszehon
13
Aug 12, 2018
There is 2 different stems, a tactile and a linear one. And there is 4 spring types which are indicated by the colours of the stems (Light, Medium, Heavy and Super Heavy).
Also yea they aren't very consistent in the switch specs putting down actuation points for some but putting in a bottom out weight for others.
Hope this answers your question
udller
297
Aug 11, 2018
Will these crack a lack my gmk sets?
LevelSteam
Aug 11, 2018
Nope!
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dvorcol
5271
Aug 11, 2018
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Plus shipping, etc.
Akephal
25
Aug 11, 2018
Can anyone compare the wobble (of the linear version) to Tealios and/or Invyr Panda?
catam
45
Aug 15, 2018
can't speak to the panda, but these have noticeably more wobble than tealios.
Alex00322
786
Aug 11, 2018
These switches are ok. The bag I had all had a lot of wiggle in the housing. Not sure if they've changed anything since then (I don't think they have). Wouldn't recommend over Zealios.
mike-y
59
Aug 12, 2018
I had a similar experience with mine. They were purchased over a year ago and I also don't know if they have been improved since then. Quite a shame, because the switches felt really nice otherwise.
J0N0
85
Aug 11, 2018
Anyone know where I can get these in smaller quantities to try them out?
J0N0
85
Aug 12, 2018
Thank you
atomicus
193
Aug 11, 2018
Are any of these quiet? How do the various options feel/sound coming from Cherry MX Red Silents? Are Kailh Box better?
Alex00322
786
Aug 11, 2018
Just buy Zilencios.
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