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Sowon's blog for reviewing any and all switches in my possession.

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Tealios V2 - The Smoothest Switch Around

Tealios V2 - The Smoothest Switch Around

The Tealios V2 are a boutique linear switch offered by ZealPC which features a 67g spring, Gateron-made housing, and a smooth, linear stem in Tiffany & Co. blue, no I'm not joking, the pantone for the stem is inspired by Tiffany & Co, and it's adorable. It sets itself apart from color from Zeal's popular purple Zealios, Hermes orange Healios, and pink Sakurios and Rosélios switches.     I bought a 68 pack of Tealios V2 from KBDfans, for $1 a switch, which is expensiv

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NovelKeys Creams - Contender For Best Stock Switch

NovelKeys Creams - Contender For Best Stock Switch

The NovelKeys Creams are a linear switch made by NovelKeys in partnership with Kailh. This switch is the first of its for Kailh as it features a traditional MX stem and MX-style latching for the housing, and I'd say Kailh have done fairy well. These switches are made using an al-POM housing - that's DuPont POM Plastics - and also for the stem. POM has been used in this switch as it is often referred to as self-lubricating, which due to the nature of lubing, means that it will naturally be s

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Zealios V2 - How a Tactile Switch Should Be

Zealios V2 - How a Tactile Switch Should Be

The Zealios V2 are a well-regarded switch made by ZealPC in partnership with Gateron, which has come to rival the famous Holy Panda switches. This particular Zealio in my hands is a 62g weighted one, which is the lightest out of the four Zealios weights, those being 62g, 65g, 67g, and a hefty 78g version. These Zealio switches feature a purple stem which with each weight, has a darker colored stem with the heavier weights sporting the deeper purples.     I bought my Zea

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