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YOK Trash Pandas (10 pack)

€5.49

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Product Description

These switches are sold in packs of 10. Quantity 1 = 10 switches.
YOK Trash Pandas are essentially BSUN GSUS switch clones. They have the same housing (minus the name), stem, leaf, and spring. The housing is a dark grey color.
YOK Trash Pandas are a great switch for making Holy Panda switches - the stem of a Halo switch in the housing of a BSUN GSUS, Invyr Panda, and now the YOK Trash Panda housing.
The switches are a linear switch that come with the black stem as pictured. The spring weight is 60g bottom out with a 50g actuation. 

Product Information

SKUYOKTRSHPND
Product TypeSwitches
Price (incl. tax)€5.49
Availability Out of stock
Weight 15.0
Mount method plate
Group Buy False
Actuation Force 60g bottom out with a 50g actuation
Number of reviews 1

Customer Reviews

  1. Live up to their name

    Bought one bag of these for testing and quite scratchy. Stock and lubed with Krytox 205g0. Opening them is a pain too since the 4 legs that are lifted by the switch opener sit flush with the housing. The switch opener can't pry them open like any other switches so you have to open them as with a screwdriver. Pry 2 legs on one side open and then the other 2 legs while hoping the 1st side didn't close back again. Maybe get these if you wanna Frankenswitch but not by themselves. Spend the 1€ more for Everglides as they are much smoother. Stock Everglides are far far smoother than these lubed.

    Reviewed by anonymous on 19 Jul 2020, 11:11 p.m. | Permalink

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