Originally Posted by Tator Tot
Just how many different Alps colors are there?
The problem with Alps switches is that there are many colours that correspond to the same switch, but also the reverse - some colours correspond to completely different switches. Then you have all the fake/clone/simplified/lookalikes that cause even further confusion. Clicky Black Alps switches have been spotted in the wild.
At the end of the day, not many of them are all that good.
Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129
Pink Cherry switches = massive $$$ from insane collectors. Like pink Alps switches (which are just black Alps (usually (except for those made one week before a solar eclipse in Greenland)) essentially).
Pinks, Blues, Greens were the switches made before some point in the late 80s/early 90s, then they moved on to Blacks, Whites and some other colours. All a huge mess really.