TX Keyboards TX Springs - Medium (15mm)
TX Keyboards TX Springs - Medium (15mm)
TX Keyboards TX Springs - Medium (15mm)
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TX Springs - Medium (15mm)

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TX Keyboards
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KeebCats proudly presents... TX Springs

Known amongst the community as one of the best aftermarket springs for switches, these stainless steel springs are compatible with Cherry MX switches of all flavours.

We have a variety of weights and three lengths; 14mm, 15mm & 16mm. The lower the weight, the less force is required to actuate the switch, and the higher the weight, the more force required. Truly the best way to find your preferred weight is to try them out!

The difference in height is that the bottom-out force remains the same between the three variants, but the actuation force for the 16mm switches is increased because it starts pre-compressed. This can be exceptionally good if you want to increase the tactility of tactile switches.

15mm TX Springs are equivalent to Cherry stock springs (15mm).

Comes in bags of 110 springs. The listed weights refer to the bottom-out weight of the spring.

We recommend lubing these with GPL 105 oil. For more info on how to lube springs, see here under the Bag Lubing section.

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longer springs

You would think 1mm here and there wouldnt matter but o boy it really does. Never liked the feel of my custom switches so far. I now know that the problem is that they come with too short spring(14mm). They were to soft on top(making more typing mistakes) and to bottom heavy(annoying to hold them in, like in game). Longer springs solves this problem. Switch became more top heavy but at the same time easier push down further.

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Stephen Tyrrell

TX Springs - Medium (15mm)

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