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Offline KPrepublic

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ZERO-G x JWK Balance Linear Switch
« on: Thu, 15 September 2022, 01:56:24 »


ZERO-G Balance Linear Switch

Balance Linear switch features ZERO-G GIFT theme colour scheme.

Blue and pink stem with ZERO-G's cream covers looks like mouth-watering candy.

SPEC

- Linear switch
- P3 stem
- upper and lower cover PA66
- 18mm gold plated spring
- advanced length stem
- Operating force 48.5g
- Total force 63.5g
- pre-travel 2mm
- Actuator travel 3.8mm
- approx. 50 million clicks



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Re: [GB] ZERO-G Balance Linear Switch
« Reply #1 on: Thu, 15 September 2022, 01:56:43 »

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Re: [GB] ZERO-G Balance Linear Switch
« Reply #2 on: Thu, 15 September 2022, 13:25:50 »
Looks promising. But another 63.5g linear and I'm going to crap my pants.

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Re: [GB] ZERO-G Balance Linear Switch
« Reply #3 on: Sun, 18 September 2022, 00:05:13 »
Looks promising. But another 63.5g linear and I'm going to crap my pants.

If you like it, don't hesitate take it. : )

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Re: [GB] ZERO-G Balance Linear Switch
« Reply #4 on: Sun, 18 September 2022, 00:37:25 »
Am I reading the chart right? The forces are plus or minus 20 gf? Does this mean that in a single batch some could be 45 grams and others could be 80 grams? Even cheap Gateron's are +/- 15gf.

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Re: [GB] ZERO-G Balance Linear Switch
« Reply #5 on: Sun, 18 September 2022, 22:16:36 »
Am I reading the chart right? The forces are plus or minus 20 gf? Does this mean that in a single batch some could be 45 grams and others could be 80 grams? Even cheap Gateron's are +/- 15gf.

The info is from the author.

We follow the info what they provide to us :  )