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Tecsee Purple Panda Tactile Switches


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$4.40 / 10 switches
€3.80 / 10 switches
£3.30 / 10 switches

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<p data-mce-fragment="1" class="product-title product-detail__gap-sm"><strong>Tecsee Purple Panda Tactile Switches</strong></p> <p data-mce-fragment="1" class="product-title product-detail__gap-sm"><span>Tecsee... the company that has been popping off in the switch market! With them producing custom switches to their very own line! Their quality in switches are just GREAT! Their linears may be ahead in the game, but their tactiles are on top of their game amongst the other popular tactiles!</span></p> <p data-mce-fragment="1" class="product-title product-detail__gap-sm"><span><em>Purple Pandas with its long pole stems, has very similar feeling as the boba u4ts when typing. </em></span></p> <p><span data-mce-fragment="1">"I'm just in love with long pole stems, in general, love that snappy returns! Love lubing these switches with Tribosys 3204 and donut dipping the springs in Krytox 205g0. Seems like a lot of work, but the end product is just BEAUTIFUL. The Pandas have higher tactility than the sapphires, which the sapphires can be compared with the T1s."</span></p> <p><span data-mce-fragment="1">- Konata</span></p> <h4><span data-mce-fragment="1">Purple Panda Switch Specifications:</span></h4> <ul> <li><span data-mce-fragment="1">3mm Distance Travel</span></li> <li><span data-mce-fragment="1">55g Actuation</span></li> <li><span data-mce-fragment="1">Progressive Spring</span></li> <li><span data-mce-fragment="1">Housings as PME</span></li> <li><span data-mce-fragment="1">Stem as POM</span></li> <li><span data-mce-fragment="1">5-pins</span></li> </ul> <h3><span data-mce-fragment="1" mce-data-marked="1">Review/Sound Test by dokidokeys</span></h3> <p><span data-mce-fragment="1" mce-data-marked="1"><iframe title="YouTube video player" src="" height="720" width="1280" allowfullscreen="" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" frameborder="0"></iframe></span></p> <p><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><strong data-mce-fragment="1">Here is a guide on how many switches you'll need for different keyboard sizes (The guide is a reference, but some keyboards market a certain layout even though they require a few more or fewer switches. Always order a few more if you're unsure):</strong></span></p> <ul data-mce-fragment="1"> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><strong data-mce-fragment="1">120 - full size</strong></span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><strong data-mce-fragment="1">92 - TKL</strong></span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><b data-mce-fragment="1">80 - 75%</b></span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><strong data-mce-fragment="1">70 - 65%</strong></span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><strong data-mce-fragment="1">65 - 60%</strong></span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><strong data-mce-fragment="1">45 - 40%</strong></span></li> </ul> <p><span style="color: #2b00ff;"> </span></p> <p><span style="color: #ff8000;"><strong>Selling in quantities of 1.</strong></span></p>