Glorious Gateron - Blue Switches - Tactile Clicky (120 pieces)
About this deal
But, if you notice today’s mechanical keyboard community, you will find that most users prefer the Gateron for its smoothness because that’s really what matters to them. Great quality keyboard with lots of customization options to make it feel/sound and look exactly how you want it. There's plenty of room inside for good airflow around components therefore I haven't felt the need to add to the two included case fans as the case design allows for good passive airflow. The silky smoothness is the main characteristic of the Gateron switches, it is even smoother than the Cherry switches.
I had been a long-time Cherry MX Speed user, but I never liked the scratchy feel and wobbly stems on those switches.I would still personally opt for the more expensive Outemu Blue as it is the closest switch to the MX Blue regarding performance. This 3-Pin switch combines a hollowed-out light position design with a transparent upper housing to provide compatibility for SMD-LED and RGB-LED lights.
Enduring 80 million keystrokes, it showcases dynamic RGB backlighting and a polished, stable sensation.I decided to go for the KBP-V60GTR-C as the US layout wouldn't be such a big deal to me, but I needed the smaller size. The design of the Gateron yellow switch is the same as the red switch, but the departure strength is 5g bigger, which seems small but does offer a difference in feeling. The smoothness of each Gateron switch stroke can be best described as: sliding a hot knife through butter. The typing feel of the Gateron switches is very pleasant because the switches are much smoother and yet more tactile. The writing feel of the Gateron switches is very pleasant as the switches are much smoother yet more tactile.