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C³Equalz X TKC Banana Split Switches 2022 - Switches


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$6.36 - $7.49 / 10 switches
€5.71 - €6.66 / 10 switches
£4.95 - £5.77 / 10 switches

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<meta charset="utf-8"> <p data-mce-fragment="1"><em></em> These are the first entry into our Snack Time Switch Line:<span data-mce-fragment="1"> </span><b data-mce-fragment="1">Banana Split</b><span data-mce-fragment="1"> switches are linear switches with a 62g spring, nylon and polycarbonate blended housing, and POM stem.</span></p> <ul data-mce-fragment="1"> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span data-mce-fragment="1">Sold in units of 10, 70, 90 and 110 switches. Please note 10 unit switches are not offered in plastic cases and are sold in bags.</span></li> </ul> <h4 data-mce-fragment="1">About the Switches</h4> <ul data-mce-fragment="1"> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Linear switch with 62g spring. These have a smooth keypress with no tactile bump.<br data-mce-fragment="1"> </li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Nylon and polycarbonate blended housing, with POM (p<span data-mce-fragment="1">olyoxymethylene)</span><span data-mce-fragment="1"> </span>stem.</li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">PCB mount.</li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Pre-lubed in factory – very light application. You can lube these switches on top of this.</li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Packaged in a new hard plastic case with a sticker snap lid. Easily reusable and perfect for holding spare switches.</li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Designed by C³Equalz and manufactured by JWK.<br data-mce-fragment="1"> </li> </ul> <p data-mce-fragment="1"><em data-mce-fragment="1">Note: These were previously sold by other vendors under the working development name 'Macho.' These are not a JWK recolor; they use a proprietary C³Equalz housing mold.</em></p> <ul data-mce-fragment="1"></ul> <h4 data-mce-fragment="1">Switches 101</h4> <p data-mce-fragment="1">A keyboard switch is the little component that sits underneath the keycap and connects to the keyboard PCB. On a mechanical keyboard, every key has its own switch.</p> <p data-mce-fragment="1"><strong data-mce-fragment="1">How many switches do I need?</strong></p> <p data-mce-fragment="1">For common sizes, here are some estimates (these can vary slightly by keyboard model):<br data-mce-fragment="1"></p> <ul data-mce-fragment="1"> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Full-size (100%): 104</li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">TKL (Tenkeyless): 87</li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">75%: 81 </li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"> <meta charset="utf-8"> <ul data-mce-fragment="1"> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Our<span data-mce-fragment="1"> </span><a title="Portico75" href=";_sid=4c036ddb0&amp;_ss=r">Portico75 Keyboard</a><span data-mce-fragment="1"> </span>uses 79 switches.</li> </ul> </li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">65%: 68</li> <ul data-mce-fragment="1"> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Our<span data-mce-fragment="1"> </span><a data-mce-fragment="1" href="" data-mce-href="">Portico Keyboard</a><span data-mce-fragment="1"> </span>uses 67 switches.</li> </ul> <li data-mce-fragment="1">60%: 61</li> </ul> <p data-mce-fragment="1">We recommend buying enough to fill your board, with some extra to spare.</p> <p data-mce-fragment="1">For more switch basics, read our<span data-mce-fragment="1"> </span><a data-mce-fragment="1" href="" data-mce-href="">Switches 101 article on Keyboard University →</a></p> <h2 data-mce-fragment="1">Reviews &amp; Sound Tests<br data-mce-fragment="1"> </h2> <ul data-mce-fragment="1"> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Brandon Taylor:<span data-mce-fragment="1"> </span><a data-mce-fragment="1" href="" data-mce-href="">c3 Equalz x The Key Dot Co Banana Split Switches Review! Smoooooth Linear Switches For Gaming</a><br data-mce-fragment="1"> </li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Too Much Tech:<span data-mce-fragment="1"> </span><a data-mce-fragment="1" href="" data-mce-href="">Banana Split Switches Review! Pre-Lubed Linear Switches with the BEST SOUND?!</a> </li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">wabi sabi:<span data-mce-fragment="1"> </span><a data-mce-fragment="1" href="" data-mce-href="">Macho/Banana Split Review &amp; Typing Sounds (Stock vs Lubed &amp; Films)</a> </li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">wabi sabi:<span data-mce-fragment="1"> </span><a data-mce-fragment="1" href="" data-mce-href="">Macho/Banana Split vs Tangerine Typing Sounds (Stock &amp; Lubed + Films)</a> </li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">filled types:<span data-mce-fragment="1"> </span><a data-mce-fragment="1" href="" data-mce-href="">Banana Split Switches || Brutal60 || Pom Plate || ASMR Sound Test</a> </li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Thock Test:<span data-mce-fragment="1"> </span><a data-mce-fragment="1" href="" data-mce-href="">C3 Macho / Banana Split Lubed vs Stock</a> </li> </ul>