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Everglide Emerald Green (10 pack)

€6.50

Available: 10+

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Product Information

SKUEVGEMGR
Product TypeSwitches
Price (incl. tax)€6.50
Availability Available: 10+
Actuation Force 45g Actuation Force | 58g Bottom Out Force | Tactile
Mount method PCB Mount
Number of reviews 1

Customer Reviews

  1. Everglide Emerald Green

    These 5 pin switches feel really smooth, but the housings aren't that tight, so I highly suggest filming these if you are planning on using them. The bump on these switches is a bit on the sharp side and there is a little pre-travel before, and a little after-travel after that. The leaf on these switches is quite pingy and noisy partially because of the sharper bump. The switches use 58g bottom-out springs, which are for me personally quite light. In my opinion, light springs often feel a little awkward with tactile switches. The sound is high pitched, medium volume and a bit pingy due to the leaf and bump type. There is a medium amount of stem wobble, nothing major. The springs are good, but a bit too light for my own liking. The housings are fully transparent, so they will do great if you're into RGB. I didn't notice any big consistency issues, which is a great thing. Overall I personally wasn't very impressed by these switches, but at least it's something different for a change. Don't get me wrong, these are by far not 'bad' switches even though they have a few flaws (like every switch to be fair), they just do not fit my own tastes enough for me to use them. I'm rating 3/5 stars (ignoring my own preferences), because the housings need filming and the leafs are noisy.

    Reviewed by JuicyPotat0 on 2 Aug 2021, 3:05 a.m. | Permalink

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