KTT Hyacinth Linear Switches - Keebz N CablesKeyboard Switches
KTT Hyacinth Linear Switches - Keebz N CablesKeyboard Switches
KTT Hyacinth Linear Switches - Keebz N CablesKeyboard Switches

KTT Hyacinth Linear Switches

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One of our favourite content creators BobblingPanda recently went on holiday in China and came back with a bunch of switches that are pretty much unknown in the West, but making waves in the Far East. He sent a sample pack to me and there was a banging long pole linear by the name of KTT Hyacinth that really stood out to me and here we are. 


Quantity of 1 = 10 switches.

Specifications::

  • 5 pin switches

  • Switch Type: Linear

  • Top Housing Material: PC

  • Bottom Housing Material: PA66

  • Stem Material: Modified POM

  • Operating Force: 45g

  • Bottom-out Force: 56g

  • Pre-travel: 1.9mm

  • Total Travel: 3.5mm

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    Customer Reviews

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    Lungten Dorji
    Loved them

    https://youtu.be/F0tjVMV4mvE?si=wdgNtquJmBWj9f-2

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    Annelisa

    one of my fav linears!

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    Annelisa
    If you like haluhalos these are a great long pole alternative!

    After doing various sound tests, these switches really came out on top! Completely stock there is some scratch but no spring or leaf ping at all, with some 105 on the springs and 205 on the housings and stem these switches sound incredible.

    I have compared these to yangs, cream sodas, and haluhalos, and found that the most comparible switch to them is the haluhalos. In terms of volume these are much louder as they have a long pole stem and slightly different housing materials, the springs although actuation and bottom out is different, the iconic haluhalo creamy pop is still there, and even better. I would say these switches have beaten one of my beloved favourites and if I had to pick one over the other, I would go for these long pole goodness switches.

    Gopolar Yangs: Higher pitched, less stem wobble, creating a cleaner and clackier sound signature.
    Cream sodas: deeper and slightly more muted.

    I recommend picking these switches up if you are after a creamy pop sound signature on the higher end of the pitch spectrum. 9/10 switch experience.

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    Suace
    Unique switches that are worth having a look at.

    Quality 9/10
    These switches are of excellent quality, very satisfying and unique. It's a long pole linear with a light spring and is built with exciting materials, offering a great sound.

    Smoothness - 9.5/10
    For a linear with no fac lubing, they do a great job. Very smooth with zero scratch

    Sound - 10/10
    A very clean clacky sound that would be very compatible with most boards.

    Feel - 9.5/10
    The spring weight is too light for most people. The long pole provides crisp feedback with little to no scratch or resistance. They're very pleasant to type on.

    Overall - 9/10
    Great switches at a reasonable price point. They may only be for some, but I still recommend them. They require minimal work to be done on them to be great, and they may get even better with lubing and filming.