DUROCK T1 Tactile Keyboard Switch, 67g Mechanical Key Switches, Unique Tactile Keyswitch, 5 Pins DUROCK Tactile Switches for Mechanical Keyboards (20pcs, Clear Housing)
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- 1. DUROCK T1 Tactile Switch is designed with special tactile stem, gives a strong bump at the very top of the push.
- 2. T1 Keyboard Switch is with Polymer Nylon Lower housing and POM Stem.
- 3. Added 67gf Gold Plated Spring and Metal leaf, these key switches feature a Unique tactile feel.
- 4. T1 Keyboard Mechanical Keyboard Switch Style - Tactile | 4mm Travel | 2mm Operating | 67g Bottom Out | 5 Pins | 50 million operations Click life.
- 5. T1 Tactile Switches with Gold-plated cross-point; Available LED styles - SMD and through-hole.
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DUROCK Mechanical Keyboard Switch T1 is a pretty nice Tactile Switch
T1 Switch has a smooth round bump then smooth snap after the bump.
The bump is very noticeable, and it gives you a lot of feedback upon actuation - responsive to the touch.
It just asks you to keep typing, it feels alive.
DUROCK 67g T1 has a strong tactile feeling. It gives all the Tactile Switches fanciers an alternative to try!
How the T1 Tactile Switch Born
One of our 20 years experienced engineers is a Zealot of Tactile Switches, especially Holy Panda switches.
Due to the Scarcity of the original Holy Panda switches, he spent more than 6 months to develop this Tactile switch.
The special halo stem & housing design, metal leaf and 67g gold-plated Spring are finally combined this unique switch.
It gives a strong bump at the very top of the push, very tactile and pretty smooth.
T1 Switch is PCB Mount Switch, these 5 pins switches are also able to be used in plate mounted keyboards with simply cut the 2 small plastic pins off.
67g spring weight is rated at bottom out force, not actuation.
Simple Pre-lubed on production lines for smooth performance and sound.
DUROCK T1 Tactile Mechanical Switches only.(NO keyboard and other accessories)
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1. When I compared the spring to the mx clears the T1 was longer. I didn't like how much cushion there was in the clears and these definitely don't have that issue, infact I don't think there's any cushion at all?
2. They remind me of Kaihl Box Royals. I had one switch mixed into my alphas and at speed couldn't tell you if I was hitting the Box Royal or the T1 based on feel. There is a difference in sound between the two.
The housing of the switches are super wobbly, which is a common problem with T1 switches - I suppose these haven't been updated or revised to fix that. This wobbliness (which can be fixed with switch films) completely jeopardizes the switch, and makes it feel cheap, definitely around the $0.45/switch price.
The tactile bump, which is the whole reason you'd buy Holy Pandas, is there, and the bump feels similar, but I'd say it's a sharper bump at the top and less of a rounded bump, like the Holy Pandas are. The Holy Panda sound signature isn't there at all, and I'm getting some spring pinging, or crunching, or something that makes them sound noticeably cheap. Maybe it's still the rattle, who knows.
These were a great deal for something that's *almost* Holy Panda level, in early 2019, but in late 2020, just buy Holy Pandas instead. Or buy T1s from primekb.com, they're $0.55/switch there.
If you don't have experience with Zealios V2s, these are some of the most tactile switch on the market and are very smooth. These are considered a negatively tactile switch, meaning the tactility is at the very top of the switch with almost no pretravel before the bump. Normal cherry tactile switches will feel linear after using these.
By Tevin Phan on September 23, 2020
To my surprise, these are extremely tactile. I've compared them to Kailh Box Royals, HAKO Royal Clears, NK BLueberries, and Zealios v2 switches and I must say I'm impressed. The tactility is nice and sharp, with little to no pretravel at all. Low wobble, but they are rather loud in terms of "clang." For a 67g spring it seems a bit hard to bottom out, even when compared to my 70g Box Royals. Unlubed, the switch is a bit scratchy but I will update once I lube them with 3204.
All in all, I'm happy with my purchase as the tactility and weight are nearly on par with Zealios, albeit the Zealios are much smoother than these. Tactility feels greater than Blueberries and Royals, so that's saying something.