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Originally Posted by ch_123 View Post
The white Forward/Fukka is a clicky switch.

The boxes still say XM even after they changed to the Forward switches. I had asked Bruce at Keyboard Co about this, and he confirmed that they had the newer ones with the Forward switches.

I have only typed on original clicky Alps switches - which feel more like buckling springs than Blue Cherries. The Forward switches are meant to be lighter, but not quite as substantial feeling.
So it's lighter then original Alps and MX blues...
and still clicky...hmmm, sounds interesting.
post #12 of 12
They are stiffer than Blue Cherries. Sorry if my wording was ambiguous.

It's a shame that Alps-style switches aren't more common, they would provide some much needed competition.
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