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Offline CubeF4rm

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Light Linear Switches?
« on: Tue, 22 June 2021, 08:20:29 »
Having started on a board with Gateron Blacks, i've slowly worked my way down the actuation force graph before getting to Gateron Clears. I really like the 'hair trigger' effect of typing on something so light, but i was wondering if there were any more 'premium' options (like Inks) for ~35g springs?

The only equivalent i can find is Silk Reds, but there don't seem to be any reviews for them anywhere either.

Can anyone with experience advise me of any alternatives? (Beyond spring-swapping 35g springs into 'premium' switches)

Thanks.

Offline MIGHTY CHICKEN

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Re: Light Linear Switches?
« Reply #1 on: Tue, 22 June 2021, 09:57:50 »
Water kings have an option of 37g if you buy from the China store I think


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Offline Learis

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Re: Light Linear Switches?
« Reply #2 on: Tue, 22 June 2021, 12:56:23 »
You could try these.
https://kbdfans.com/products/ttc-gold-pink-mechanical-keyboard-switches

However, I'll warn you I've tried them and they didn't feel too light to me even though they're like 37g operating force. Gateron clears are not what I would call premium, but they are definitely light at 35g. I eventually switched to custom springs from Sprit. My ideal actuation force is 30g, and you just can't find that on the market.
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