Originally Posted by MeanBruce
Who'd you get it from? How difficult was it finding the MX Greens? What do they feel like, a heavier Blue?
Ordered them from NCIX US; they were +$10 more than the other switches. MK claims they can't get any, so maybe I was just at the right place at the right time. Too much coffee on my Steelseries 6GV2 lately forced me to get a new keyboard. I'm keeping it away from my Ducky this time!
I've used a Razer Blackwidow (not the 2013 version, but the previous). The Greens are HEAVIER and I'm talking a GOOD AMOUNT. It's hard to tell you exactly, since it's such a subjective topic, but I'm loving it. There is a learning curve though. My fingers and wrists are not adjusted to the new positions, pushing down force, etc. For the first hour of use I had to step back and take a break because I was getting tired of typing! Interestingly enough, these switches aren't any louder than blues. Also, Greens are heavier than buckling springs. These are the stiffest of stiff, but I can tell you right now that I am in love with them because of their accuracy. I can see how a lot of people don't and won't like these ever. But that's where blues come in.
They showed 10 in stock at the time (they also had MX Greens with Green LED but only like 5). Anyways, the order took about 11 days to fufill because the keyboards were stocked in a Canadian warehouse. 3 days after I ordered mine I see that they all went out of stock and are backordered indefinitely (IDK why it says 2 are in New York. If you check stock, there's actually 0 and 0 on the way).Edited by idrivepie - 9/18/13 at 8:24pm