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Designed by Flashquark. These custom mechanical two-stage switch springs are made of high quality stainless steel. Compared to standard switch springs, these two-stage springs offer a faster, more forceful upstroke/rebound and firmer, more consistent weight across the entire downpress.
They fit perfectly in all MX-type mechanical switches such as Cherry MX, Gateron, Kailh, Outemu, and more.
Note: Not compatible with Kailh Box switches due to Box switches using a smaller size spring.
Each pack comes with 108 springs.
Two-stage springs come in the following weights:
(All weights listed are bottom-out weights)
First time trying this type of spring, I swapped it into a JWK black linear and a black T1 and it worked pretty well. For the 63.5g linear it made its hard to describe but it's heavier and more snappy. For the 67g T1 it was amazing, I used the 80g spring and it was heavier, bigger bump, more snappy, felt so good ^-^. More tactile than all my other switches except for my Kailh Box Crystal Navy Blue switches which are clicky so they're kinda cheating lol.
These were exactly what my SP Stars needed, being dual stage and a longer spring meant I could go down to 62g instead of the stock short spring 65g and it felt exactly the same but 10x smoother
This spring is dope, I put 80gs in my black boba u4ts.
They increase the tactility of the down stroke slightly, and very noticeably increase the tactility of the up stroke. if you get these for feel you wont be disappointed. At 80g they are a bit heavier than 68g boba, but it's balanced well, and doesnt feel much heavier.
The upstroke or rebound is also faster, you can actually see the difference side by side. It makes the switch feel more responsive.
Sound wise it doesnt change the down stroke much but the up stroke is a bit louder which makes sense with the rebound speed.
It was worth the time it took with a precision flathead screw driver to pry open all 84 switches.
Feels unexpectedly heavier than one would expect. They do have faster return. If you’re used to 62g, 58g should be fine, and if you’re aiming for 65g, the 62g springs should be fine.