kidchunks wrote:Very interesting! I missed out on the one started in GH so I'm glad to see it happening again. All I need now is to find a soul with a topre board in the US.
Mrinterface wrote:You can always subscribe to the Topre Keychain sinklist in order to get a feel of the Topre key
RiGS wrote:LOL. Why is this an offtopic?
RiGS wrote:Some publicity to the Switch try keyboard would be also nice. There are already 4 members on that list and needs one more to send it out.
Mrinterface: Have you left the ghetto reds on the nums?
Mrinterface wrote:Somehow I saturated the Switch Try Market.....Upto now there is only 1 on the list
amleth wrote:This is really brilliant idea.
Is it a kind of doubleblind ? Good. Good. Good.
There is a invincible local beliefs that old black Cherry switch is superior. To my knowledge, it is just kind of ignorance. If you feel smoother, it is wear. Nothing else. Moreover, nobody have clearly distinguished between old Cherry and new Cherry. Stupido.
webwit wrote:So worn Cherries get smoother, and worn Alps get more friction. Right?
sixty wrote:It has nothing to do with worn out. I have old ones NIB. Entirely different feel to the new ones. Worst is the sound on new ones though.
jnewkirk wrote:Very interesting idea.
I tried a few months back purchasing a few of each kind of switch. All I could find was Cherry Blues, Blacks, and Clears from Digi-Key.
Where did you purchase all the various switches?
Users browsing this forum: kuato, Yandex [bot] and 47 guests