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dream3
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Dec 30, 2018
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Can someone enlighten me on the switch weights? I have no idea among the 62g, 65g and 67g. They all seem really too close to each other with no enough features to differentiate. How to choose?
Dec 30, 2018
linneverstops
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Dec 30, 2018
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I have a tester for all Zealios and I liked the 67g the best because of its distinguishable crispy bump from the 65g. 62/65g if 67g is too heavy for you. 78g for spacebar/modifiers maybe. And I agree with the description on KBDFans, it's a good reference: Quoting https://kbdfans.cn/collections/zealios-switches/products/zealio-swtich-tactile: Tactile feeling for the different weights:
  • 62g Zealios - Smooth and light, a bit heavier than MX Browns in weight, but offer a much smoother experience with a larger "one smooth motion" tactile bump feedback when compared to MX Browns. Lightest variant Zealio.
  • 65g Zealios - Smooth, long, drawn out tactile bump in the middle. Nice cushion during bottom out.
  • 67g Zealios - Smooth, "crisp & responsive" tactile bump feeling near the top (this is due to the spring design, all Zealios share the same stem), more cushion during bottom out than 65g Zealios.
  • 78g Zealios - For those that prefer a slightly lighter MX Clear, but want a smooth and apparent tactile bump. From beginning to end, the spring is heavier than all other Zealio variants

Dec 30, 2018
dream3
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Dec 30, 2018
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Thanks but have you tested all the v2 weights?
Dec 30, 2018
linneverstops
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Dec 30, 2018
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Unfortunately mine are V1. All I know about V2s are that they are even more tactile!
Dec 30, 2018
Noveske
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Jan 3, 2019
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I received my 78g Zilent V2s from ZealPC. Comparing the Zilent V2s to my Halo Clears, it feels like to me the Zilents are a bit heavier. This may be because of the bump felt at the very beginning. The bump is very prominent on the Zilent. I wish I had some 67 grams to test out because that might've been a better bet for me.
Jan 3, 2019
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