What is the opinion of Reddit about the
ZugGear T1 Tactile Keyboard Switch, 67g Mechanical Key Switches, Unique Tactile Feelings, 5 Pins Tactile Switches for Mechanical Keyboards (20pcs, Smokey Housing)?

A total of 16 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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26th Jul 2019

Now you can try it on Amazon, price is nice and nearly to .55 a switch, but much fast shipping.

I built my second keyboard with these switches on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/ZugGear-Keyboard-Keyswitch-Original-Mechanical/dp/B07TYD6Z3R/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=Tactile%2Bkeyboard%2Bswitch&qid=1564122323&s=gateway&sr=8-3&th=1

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26th Jul 2019

Now we can get it on Amazon, price is nice and nearly to .55 a switch, but much fast shipping.

I built my second keyboard with these switches on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/ZugGear-Keyboard-Keyswitch-Original-Mechanical/dp/B07TYD6Z3R/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=Tactile%2Bkeyboard%2Bswitch&qid=1564122323&s=gateway&sr=8-3&th=1

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26th Jul 2019
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26th Jul 2019

I tried the T1 Switches, previously under KBDfans brand, now is ZugGear brand.

But the tactile performance is the same, I like the tactile feelings of this one, unique way.

You can check details by the Amazon link below,

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https://www.amazon.com/ZugGear-Keyboard-Keyswitch-Original-Mechanical/dp/B07TYD6Z3R/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=Tactile%2Bkeyboard%2Bswitch&qid=1564122323&s=gateway&sr=8-3&th=1

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7th Oct 2020

I recently bought a whole bunch of test switches to decide for my next build, and I agree with you on the gat browns. I finally settled on boba u4 62g (silent tactile). It has a nice big bump and isn’t noisy. Ringerkeys has them in stock right now and don’t have a huge processing backlog like some other places. Koalas were a close second, but I wanted a switch that would sit over top of the leds in a hotswap board. If you’re looking for a more budget option, Outemu Sky have a pretty nice bump, but the stem is noticeably wobbly in the housing.

My current keyboard has T1s, which I also like a lot, but they’re not exactly quiet.

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6th Feb 2020

Crap, I deleted my original main comment when trying to edit it… Oh well, not gonna re write that but here’s some links:

Amazon page for these ZugGear T1 tactile switches (aka KBDfans T1 / Holy Panda clones):

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TYD6Z3R/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_ZjdpEb3ZEA9JQ

Some other posts about these switches I found:

https://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards/comments/b7p34b/t1_switch_test/

https://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards/comments/ag7bop/kbdfans_t1_tactile_switch/

Stuff to know about picking switches for your Gamerfinger/Crown 202MX buttons: 1. Get plate mount not PCB mount switches, cuz PCB mount ones have two extra nubs (they can be cut off easily tho so it’s not really an issue, that’s what I had to do). 2. Some switches like the Kailh Box won’t work cuz the button plunger doesn’t hold onto the odd stem shape well enough, so they pop out while in use. 3. Some switches will have thinner or shorter pins than the usual Cherry ones, so they might pop out while in use or even have connection issues causing inconsistent inputs. I’ve heard people use silver epoxy or contact paste as a workaround, but you can probably just twist/bend the pins vertically so that they’ll be wider and hold into the button better.

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16th Oct 2019

Are these keyswitches real T1s?

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30th Aug 2019

T1’s can be found if you look hard enough. They’re on US Amazon anyway.

Zealio/Zilent V2’s are my personal favorite of the bunch.