Chyros wrote:How did you acquire this?
Orpheo wrote:Thanks for the video, it is indeed wonderful macro shot. Could be better if you close the aperture more to increase DOF.
Stabilized wrote:So how does the click spring change the feel of the switch?
Chyros wrote:I really like this mechanism, I find it much more satisfying to use than a click jacket.
I was a little disappointed by how little we've seen of the ML switches they put out, but I'd love to review a fullsize of these .
andrewjoy wrote:I would like to try them out , i hope they feel more like alps with a thunk rather than a crappy plastic twang .
It IS conductive though :p .E3E wrote:Also, I'm assuming that this mechanism still allows usage of LEDs thanks to how slim the torsion spring is.
E3E wrote:andrewjoy wrote:I would like to try them out , i hope they feel more like alps with a thunk rather than a crappy plastic twang .
The only thing that's really changed is the click mechanism and some minor changes on the stem, so I doubt that these switches will have the characteristic Alps "thunk." There's still a lot of a difference between them. The click does sound a lot better than the typical mechanism though.
Also, I'm assuming that this mechanism still allows usage of LEDs thanks to how slim the torsion spring is.
Daniel Beardsmore wrote:If the spring touched the LED legs it would short the current and stop the LED lighting up.
It could be an excuse to bring back braided LEDs:
Daniel Beardsmore wrote:
Cherry's click system is plastic on plastic, while Alps is metal on plastic, so this click spring design is closer to Alps. It's an interesting idea, that should have less if any of the MX rattle.
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