>0 vex @ 2020/08/01 13:50
personally i'm using kailh box jades + box navies on my modifiers :)
>1 grinphox @ 2020/08/04 01:04
Cherry MX Greens, because damn, I sure do love to wake up my neighbours with every keystroke.
>2 rmgr @ 2020/08/11 01:02
I'm using Cherry MX Clears at home and Cherry MX Reds with O-rings in the office so I don't alienate my whole workplace.
>3 blitzkraft @ 2020/08/17 01:14
>>OP Kailh box jades.
>4 tomasino @ 2020/09/04 23:09
>>OP My primary keyboard is a Das Keyboard 4C with blank keycaps (though not the "ultimate" version), a white rabbit esc key, and the lovely Greetech Brown switches (comparible to Cherry MX Browns) and 4mm o-rings. I also have a few backup keyboards with Cherry MX Clears. They feel great!
>5 blitzkraft @ 2020/09/29 00:21
>>4 >4mm o-rings Is that the diameter of the o-ring? 4mm is the stroke length of most switches. How do you type on them?
>6 tomasino @ 2020/10/04 12:48
>>5 It's a very narrow travel depth with a tangible feel. Basically once I reach that point that the roll-over feeling happens the key has travelled the whole way and it clicks. It's really nice. As for how the o-ring measurement works I can't say. It's rolled up on the stem a bit so it's not like it lowers the movement by a full 4mm. Hard to describe.
>7 peron @ 2020/10/10 17:47
>>2 I use MX Cherry Blues on a XyperX Alloy keyboard.
>8 thecomputergeek @ 2020/10/12 21:06
IBM Model M 139140? from November 10, 1988 Boltmodded with rubber dampening mat removed
>9 tomasino @ 2020/10/13 21:56
>>8 Oooh, that's a nice keyboard. Very satisfying clacky clack!
>10 thecomputergeek @ 2020/10/15 11:32
>>9 It is. Need to take it apart and clean the membranes as some keys are double/triple typing, which is rather annoying, to say the least.
>11 anonymous @ 2020/10/29 16:42
mx browns, just because they were on my first mk and I got used to them