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I really like the Leo TKL with reds. Ordered both a Filco brown and Leo red at the same time since I hadn't had either switch type before. If I had to do it over again, I'd probably order two of the Leos. I'm sure the browns will break in over time, but the reds feel better to type on for extended periods imo.
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Reds for typing, interesting. I like my blacks for that, so i suppose they could be ok seeing as how they're both linear.
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Ok thanks guys, reps coming. I think if I buy another I'll just stick with browns. I think I like the tactile feel. Which I believe is the little bump you feel.

Might want to think maybe ergo clears if you like the tactile bump and want a little more weight than your browns.

The hard thing about ergo clears is you have to mod the board since its basically a brown spring with a clear stem. I defintely liked it better than the clears i had and something different than my browns which I wanted something a little more tactile and a litte more actuation force needed.
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I've used both the reds and clears on my KBC Poker and liked the clears so much I went and bought a white leopold with clears.

In my opinion, the Poker PCB mounted clears ( I did them myself ) were a lot stiffer and had a more tactile bump that the leopold ( plate mounted ).

I'm not sure if the way the switches are mounted on the board makes a difference or if the supplier of my clear switches/springs provided something different.

I do prefer the clears on my pokers in comparison to the leopold. Before the clears, I've typed on reds and found them too light, although I still liked them. I just prefer the tactile bump of the clears.

I haven't typed on anything for an extended time,yet. This post is probably the most I have so far. I do feel some fatigue, but I'll just blame that on the way I am sitting and the way my wrists are angled.

All in all, I recommend the clears because of that tactility. In terms of noise, the leopold is quieter...both were o ring modded btw

Thanks for the info guys. I'm not at the buying stage just yet, I just got this board but with my small keyboard drawer on my desk I'm thinking tenkeyless would have been the better choice.
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Looks like mechanical keyboards are becoming more common, i now see the razer ones in bestbuy.
 
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My first semi-custom mechanical KB arrived from WASD Keyboards, Cherry MX Blues with O-Ring Mod, All i can say is wow, leaves my old Lycosa in the dust. Never going back to the old rubber domes thats for sure! biggrin.gif

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I like the simple black on black, looks good.
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Where I can get those keys? I fell in love
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Where I can get those keys? I fell in love

Here's the website you can order the keycaps from if thats what you mean, they ship worldwide and it is very fast, took 5 days from the day I ordered to my doorstep in NZ.

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Sign me up, sorry my old iphone's camera isn't good enough frown.gif

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I have to dig out my other mech boards but anyway here is my Tt eSPORTS MEKA G1, add me please
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I noticed some people have the o-ring mod done to their keyboards, how does it effect performance vs using your keyboard without o-ring mod?
     
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