Lekker switch - Linear60 (L60)
A contactless magnet switch requiring by Hall effect sensors. No metal leaf, pins, optics or other sensitive hardware that suffers from wear, tear, and particles. This survives the test of times and lasts millions of presses. Broke one? Just swap it out for a new one.
Its simple construction and quality build assures a frictionless linear press. There’s no bump, rub, or scratch. There’s just that linear smoothness.
Available in 12 and 70 pack.
Omg very good
I've been using a cheap Japanese keyboard which I got from amazon for the past 5 years. I decided to treat myself and get a nice keyboard and I will never look back. This keyboard is something special. I didn't really think it would be as good as everyone was saying, but I think it is.
It hasn't made me the best typer or gamer out there. But I believe it has made me more consistent. I like that you as the user have all the power. I love the LED lighting on the keyboard, it pops and you have so many designs and colors to choose from.
My only downside is the pre made animations such as scan and do on. You can layer them on top of each other but it still feels very restrictive. But I'm sure they will fix it or make it different in the future.
In conclusion if you are on the fence about it go for it. I didn't think a keyboard would do much and nor would I be so attached to it. I genuinely can't see my self switching in 5 years time or when this keyboard breaks. These guys know what they are doing and it shows.
not is possible in my keyboards
god switches. why bother with other competitors
Will serve any gamer well. 60g spring feels great for general use, but I think some people may prefer the lightness of the alternative 45g springs.
- The switches will benefit from a light amount of lube on both the spring and the stem of the switch. The stock switches aren’t notably scratchy; you’d have to be TRYING to feel the scratch.
- Not a fan of the stem wobble. The wobble is a little more apparent than most ‘high-end’ switches, but not a dealbreaker whatsoever. The weight of the spring helps mitigate this (I think heavier is better for less wobble, but maybe I’m just talkin’ out my butt). Wooting could look into developing switch films for Hall Effect switches as none of them exist. Either that, or in future switch revisions, figure out a way to give the housings tighter tolerances for less wobble.