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Snow Blue Gray Switches


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$9.44 / 10 switches
€8.56 / 10 switches
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<meta charset="utf-8"> <p>Akko’s first 5-pin linear switches with POM/PC/PA structure; and are part of the CS series. They have an 18mm extension spring; fortified PA bottom case; and are not lubed.</p> <p>Collaborated with Bilibili influencer XCJZ;</p> <ul data-mce-fragment="1"> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span data-mce-fragment="1">Type: Linear</span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span data-mce-fragment="1">Pre-Travel: 1.9 <meta charset="utf-8">± 0.3mm</span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span data-mce-fragment="1">Total Travel: <meta charset="utf-8">4.0 - 0.5mm</span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span data-mce-fragment="1">End Force: 50gf <meta charset="utf-8">± 5gf</span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span data-mce-fragment="1">Operating Force: 43gf <meta charset="utf-8">± 5gf</span></li> </ul> <ul data-mce-fragment="1"></ul> <h4 data-mce-fragment="1">About the Switches</h4> <ul data-mce-fragment="1"> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Linear switch. These have a smooth keypress with no tactile bump.<br data-mce-fragment="1"> </li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><strong>Sold in units of 45.</strong></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Materials: <br> </li> <ul> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Stem: POM</li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Top: polycarbonate (PC)</li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Bottom: <meta charset="utf-8"> <span data-mce-fragment="1">polyamide (PA is a type of nylon)</span> </li> </ul> <li data-mce-fragment="1">PCB mount.</li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">5 pin</li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Packaged in a tray with cardboard slip cover.</li> <li data-mce-fragment="1">Designed in c<span data-mce-fragment="1">ollaboration with Bilibili influencer XCJZ and Akko.</span> </li> </ul> <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 href=";_sid=4c036ddb0&amp;_ss=r" title="Portico75" data-mce-href=";_sid=4c036ddb0&amp;_ss=r" data-mce-fragment="1">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 href="" data-mce-href="" data-mce-fragment="1">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 href="" data-mce-href="" data-mce-fragment="1">Switches 101 article on Keyboard University →</a></p>