LICHONGUI 10pcs Zealios V2 Switches (Tactile) 62g/65g/67g/78g for Customized Mechanical Keyboard (Color : 62g Tactile)

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LICHONGUI 10pcs Zealios V2 Switches (Tactile) 62g/65g/67g/78g for Customized Mechanical Keyboard (Color : 62g Tactile)

LICHONGUI 10pcs Zealios V2 Switches (Tactile) 62g/65g/67g/78g for Customized Mechanical Keyboard (Color : 62g Tactile)

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Sounds are crisper, deeper, and well satisfying to your ears as I have already elaborated about Zealios V2 switches sound above. The bright yellow stems and the milky housing gives this switch a distinct look. Its tactile bump is crispy, snappy, and can be felt almost instantly when pressed. The stroke can be described as slightly scratchy, but it shouldn’t be any problem in day-to-day use. Unfortunatly i can't compare with the Outemu Silent v2.2, I had a early prototype so it would be unfair to compare.All i can say is that if you want a silent tactile switch, the Zilent v2 right now is literally perfect, i wouldn't change a thing. This is the silent version of the ever-popular Zealios V2. Just like its brother, the Zilents V2 is a damn good tactile switch. The Zealios and Zilents V2 share a lot of features, but you’ll find that the Zilents have slightly less tactility. This can be chalked up to the fact that it has a shorter travel.

As you don’t need to wait for the confirmation for keystrokes, as long as you pressed a key you can move forward. So a sharp and rounded tactile bump plays an important role here. The bottom out sound is also not that amazing, it is a bit muted. The tactility is crisp though, so if you are looking for something that is tactile and pleasing to type on, these are perfect. But if you want something that is really tactile, then go with the other ones I mentioned.

Sound Test

These seem to be in the same camp as the Outemus and are a bit less wobbly. The bump happens at a different place on these guys though. Both in terms of tactile bump strength as well as tactile bump size, the Novelkeys Cream Tactiles are noticeably more tactile than the Zealios V1 Redux switches. In addition to the bump being longer throughout the stroke, as well, it also starts a lot earlier in the downstroke in the Cream Tactiles than in the Zealios. There have been reports of the early examples with clear bottom melting more easily from the heat of a soldering iron than other switches. Zeal PC offered the purple switch in a 65g variant with a milky bottom like regular Gateron KS-3. Even though the housing collisions are fairly balanced in both of these switches, the Cream Tactiles overall feel a bit thinner and less firm at topping out and bottoming out than the Zealios V1 Redux switches. TTC Blueish White I compared them to a bunch of switches I had on hand on my mill-max tada68 pcb in a tofu65 case. The zealios v2's were compared to: zealio v1 67g, zealio v1 78g, outemu sky v 2.2, box royals, and box browns (not in pics). My other boards are BKE light topre boards, 55g topre, 45g topre, i'm a big fan of tactile boards and am always excited to try out new switches.

The same notes made above regarding both spring ping as well as housing collisions for the Zealios V1 switches also applies here as well for the Zealios V2 switches when comparing them to the Zealios V1 Reduxes.The remaining components of the Holy pandas are used to create another switch known as the Unholy Pandas. Build quality



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