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Wherever you choose to buy these from, I recommend paying a bit extra for spares, or just not using them on non-essential keys right away. These are flawed in that they can easily be broken, especially if attempting to remove them. Make sure you like the way they feel and sound before applying them to your entire board, or else taking them off will be a pain.
I'm currently using these with my MOD-H TADA68 and DSA keycaps. As the description says, the clips do a great job of dampening the upstroke on DSA caps, but don't affect bottoming out. On my particular keyboard with 3mm north-facing LEDs, the keycaps don't actually bottom out/clack on the plate, but rather on the LEDS. If you want to silence this, you'll have to use some O-rings in addition to the Zealencios. Thin ones will work fine and preserve the most travel distance. These clips also don't really alleviate stabilizer noise. The upstroke of the spacebar especially is still relatively loud because of the stabs, and I'm still looking for a way to silence them.