Input Club Hako
|Inventor||Jacob Alexander (HaaTa) and Brandon Muzzin (Over^Kill)|
|Family||Input Club Hako|
|Sense method||Metal contact|
|Rated lifetime||80 million key presses|
|Total travel||3.6 mm|
|Keycap mount||Cherry MX mount|
|Switch mount||Plate mount|
The Hako Clear was designed supposedly to have a feel reminiscent of both Cherry MX Clear and a Topre switch. Mirroring the Halo switches, the Hako Clear uses the same slider shape as the Hako True with a different spring.
|Name||Stem colour||Tactile force||Actuation force||Bottom-out force||Spring force||Tactile event||Actuation event||Web site|
|Hako Clear||Translucent white||63 g||55 g||79 g||75 g||0.66 mm||1.95 mm||link|
|Hako True||Pink Salt||58 g||60 g||94 g||95 g||0.54 mm||1.95 mm||link|
|Hako Violet||Pink Lavender||39 g||28 g||50 g||50 g||0.58 mm||1.88 mm||link|
Hako True and Hako Clear come as options in Input.Club keyboards and are available in sets on Kono store.
NovelKeys sells all three Hako types in multiples of ten. (May 2018)
KBDfans sells all three types in multiples of ten (October 2018).
- Youtube: JYMV—Hako True Switches: Tactile, but Not Really. Published 2018-04-28.
- Geekhack — Input Club Hako Switches. 2017-11-09. Retrieved 2017-11-09.