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I believe it's brown spring with clear stem. And not yet, still have to pay my phantom order and wait for it to ship. Ordered 136 green switches for my poker and Dox and 90 blues for my phantom
post #5752 of 36807
When you open the switch you can access the stem and all that right? My assumption here is that I could take the poker with browns. Replace all the stems and have ergo clears? Maybe I should just try to get a couple clear switches and do a couple keys to see if I even like ergo's.
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I personally didn't feel a difference between ergo clears and browns
post #5754 of 36807
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I personally didn't feel a difference between ergo clears and browns

For real? Well that sucks. What about clears? Obviously they are stiffer but for me the bump was clearly bigger. Maybe the spring plays into that though.

Heres some better pics then the one I had up earlier.

Last pic is SP doubleshot vs. a black and white pbt vs. dyesub pbt.

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post #5755 of 36807
I really like how those keys look with your gray CM Storm.
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I'd like to join the club with my Matias Tactile Pro 3 [Alps mechanical] keyboard.

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^Nice, one of the less common ones.
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I'd like to join the club with my Matias Tactile Pro 3 [Alps mechanical] keyboard.
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Has anyone modded one of those translucent Apple keyboards to be mechanical?
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Has anyone modded one of those translucent Apple keyboards to be mechanical?


Hmm.. I don't believe I've seen one yet but I could be wrong.  Anyway, spreadsheet updated! smile.gif

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