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Offline ThereminGoat

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Novelkeys Blueberry Switch Review
« on: Thu, 07 May 2020, 10:57:53 »
Hey all,

I'm back with a new review article that probably has been one of my most requested to date. Thus, the wait is finally over on a Novelkeys Blueberry Switch Review! Without spoiling too much, you should definitely be taking a look at this as these stems are unlike anything you've seen before in a tactile switch. As always you can find it at https://www.theremingoat.com/ .

While I know it isn't exactly the most conducive to simply post here and not be able to share the entirety of the review in Geekhack, the relatively long nature of these reviews (this one in particular is 7 pages and about 3000 words) makes it a bit hard to share on these boards.

As always, would love to hear from you all in DMs with questions, comments, or just to say hello!

Cheers,
-Goat

Offline Yuray

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Re: Novelkeys Blueberry Switch Review
« Reply #1 on: Sat, 09 May 2020, 15:07:06 »
Really interesting read. Im personally really excited about the stem switch-possibilites. Will definitely try the Invyr Panda-Blueberry combination out. Maybe switching housings will cure the spring swap problem as well, as im not sure this was tested before. Thanks for the detailed review!

Offline shine

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Re: Novelkeys Blueberry Switch Review
« Reply #2 on: Sat, 16 May 2020, 16:33:14 »
i really want to try them!
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