Originally Posted by magicase
I know that Cherry MX Clear are a stronger version of Browns but is the tactile feel on the Clears as good as Blue/Green?
I had the chance to visit WASD keyboards (I never knew they were located a few miles away from me) and try out both their MX Clears and MX Greens, both on plated-mounted keyboards. I tried out both their WASD V2 keyboard and the CODE keyboard (basically a back-lit version of the V2).
My experience with my KBT Race (MX Brown) and the WASD V2 (MX Clear) & CODE (MX Green w/ thin o-rings):
-MX Clears are definitely more tactile than Browns
-MX Clears are more silent than MX Browns (partly due to the tactile bump being more pronounced)
-MX Clears are VERY heavy/stiff compared to Browns, they feel as heavy as some rubberdomes especially trying to clear the large tactile bump
-MX Greens w/ thin o-rings felt the most natural to type with
-MX Greens have the same pronounced clicks as MX Blues do (maybe not as loud? not sure)
-MX Greens are heavier/stiffer than MX Blues, but not as much as MX Clears
-Due to the audible clicks from the MX Greens, they felt more responsive to type with and I found myself typing slightly quicker and making less mistakes with them than with MX Clears or MX Browns
-If silence is what you are looking for MX Clears are the most silent switches I have ever typed on (I've tried Brown, Blue, Red, Black, Green, Clear)
To answer your question, I feel as if the MX Clears have a more pronounced tactile feel compared to the MX Greens/Blues.