|Sense method||Metal leaf|
|Keycap mount||Cherry MX mount|
|Switch mount||PCB mount|
Several variations have been made in different colour combinations, with clear, translucent or opaque housings for different vendors.
Top housings are made of polycarbonate, both for clear and opaque switches. Clear bottom housings are made of polycarbonate, while opaque bottom housings are made from polyamide ("Nylon") which has less friction. Housings have a wide slit for a four-pin RGB LED.
Stems are made of POM.
|Cream (Nylon)||Dark grey||55gf||"Koala T1"|
|Cream (Nylon)||Dark grey||62gf||Original "Koala T1"|
|Cream (Nylon)||Dark grey||62gf||"Koala T1"|
|Cream (Nylon)||Dark grey||78gf||"Koala T1"|
|Smoke (PC)||Teal||67gf||"Night T1"|
|Black (Nylon)||Lilac||65gf||"Lilac", not branded as T1|
The Everglide Oreo and Everglide Crystal Purple which are also manufactured by JWK are allegedly identical to T1, but that has not been confirmed.
Switches made for KBDfans have had their logo embossed on the top.  The T1 were introduced on the store KBDfans marketed as an alternative to the Holy Panda switch. After it had been discovered that KBDfans had been selling fake linear Zeal switches ("Stealios"), and that parts of them had been made by Durock, KBDfans halted sales also of the T1 switch.
The Koala switch had been designed by biip in a cream and dark grey colour scheme to match the Extended 2048 keycap set which had been designed to resemble the style of vintage Apple keyboards, such as the Apple Extended Keyboard. The original switch has a 62gf spring. 
The Lilac Tactile Switch has Nylon bottom housing and is marketed as "smoother than T1", comparing it to T1 switches with PC housing. It has black housings with lilac (whitish purple) slider.
- Top Clack—T1 (Holy Wei's) Samples: First Impressions, by Jae. Dated 2019-01-30. Retrieved 2019-11-14
- Geekhack—KBDfans' new tactile switch. Started 2019-01-15. Read 2019-11-14
- Geekhack—GB:EnjoyPBT Extended 2048. Dated 2019-04-19. Retrieved 2019-10-28
- Geekhack—Lilac Tactile Switchs (cannonkeys). Dated 2020-02-05. Retrieved 2020-02-06