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I lubed a couple of my new Gateron Yellows and Reds with Krytox 205g0, they're not anything special in feel to me, they're just smoothly lubed linears.
I do however like how thick Krytox 205g0 is, I slathered on literally one brush stroke onto a Tealios and it felt just as smooth, wet, and silky as a comparitive Tealios lubed with Tribosys 3204 did.
Might definitely now pick up some Healios or Sakurios as well as stockpile some more Krytox 205g0 so I can have the ultimate, wet, silky, moist, creamy, velvety, soft linear typing experience I can possibly get.
I don't find my Tealios to be noisy or suffer from spring ping at all, if I'm honest. I like the 67g spring found inside Zeal switches but I would up for something a little lighter, say 62g, which is why I like the Sakurios, not because they use a lighter spring out of the box, but also because they have the silencing rubber which feels especially nice when bottoming out and on the upstroke.
@sowonYou will really notice the spring ping on the silenced switches, if you want to stick with the stock springs lube it with really thin lube or oil. Something like paraffin oil would work, gpl103 works fine as well if you want something fancier.
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