Author Topic: Glorious G-Lube Review and comparison against 205g0 ft. NovelKey Creams  (Read 5721 times)

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Just created a comparison video of Glorious G-Lube vs Krytox205g0 vs unlubed NovelKey Creams. Threw in some Gat Yellows and Holy Pandas for good measure to compare the sounds of my board and the switches! Feedback much appreciated :)


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Re: Glorious G-Lube Review and comparison against 205g0 ft. NovelKey Creams
« Reply #1 on: Wed, 21 October 2020, 13:52:02 »
Seems like the G-Lube is more like a 205/105 mixture compared to straight 205g0.

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Re: Glorious G-Lube Review and comparison against 205g0 ft. NovelKey Creams
« Reply #2 on: Sun, 01 November 2020, 09:15:44 »
If they were more transparent with what they used that would be nicer
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Re: Glorious G-Lube Review and comparison against 205g0 ft. NovelKey Creams
« Reply #3 on: Wed, 11 November 2020, 11:53:23 »
Seems like the G-Lube is more like a 205/105 mixture compared to straight 205g0.

I agree. After about a month of using NK Creams lubed with the G-Lube I can honestly say that I quite like it. It isn't sluggish at all which makes the lubing process a bit easier. The sound signature change from lubing is almost as pleasant to me as 205g0, but the lubing process is less volatile IMO. It's also a lot cheaper and easier to find. Stick with 205g0 or your other preferred lube for your top of the line boards, but G-Lube is great for cheaper builds like the Womier K87  I put together.