Kailh PG1350 series
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|Switch type||Clicky; tactile; linear|
|Sense method||Metal leaf|
|Rated lifetime||50 M|
|Total travel||3.0±0.5 mm|
|Switch mount||Plate mount|
PG1350, also called Kailh Chocolate Switch or Kailh Choc Switch is a series of low-profile metal contact switches from Kailh.
The keycap mount is inspired by Cherry ML but the two types are not compatible.
Likely due to the size, the switch contacts are not the scaled-down Cherry-style contacts as found in SteelSeries QS1; the movable contact instead uses lateral movement. As the size prohibits the use of a click collar, a "click bar" is used instead, which is a rod spring that is pushed aside in a manner similar to that of a click leaf.
|Stem colour||Type||Product code||Tactile force||Actuation force|
- Azio MK-C
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- Kailh PG1232 series — with even lower profile
- Deskthority — Kailh Cherry ML Inspired low profile switches
- Kailh — Choc Switch
- YouTube — Teardown - New Kailh Cherry ML-type keyboard switches!