Actually you only mention 3 different switches:
- variations of the D2F from Omron
- TTC white
- Huano white
Plese forget TTC (made popular by Razer as cheap cost down compared to Omron) and Huano (used by Zowie for unknown reasons, probably only switch brand willing to re-brand for them
Omron should be superior to TTC and Huano. However all mentioned Omron switches are variations of the same model:
D2FC-F-7N, 5 Million clicks lifecycle with no load, manufactured in china, huge OF and RF range.
D2FC-3M, cost down verison of above with 3 million clicks lifecycle
Omron D2F-D2FC-F-7N(MS), Omron D2FC-F-7N(10M), Omron D2FC-G-7S same as above with 10 Million clicks lifecycle with no load, possible to be a re-branded D2F-F, probably depends on demand. MS is microsoft verison, 10M is common and G-7S is iirc a razer special offer but same switch.
D2F-01F/-T, sorted for OF by Omron Japan (very same factory as D2FC but shipped to Japan for sorting)
There are other switches with higher reliability, but the double click issue you mention will happen some day with all of them (if the internal polling is not lousy).
Even if you have a 10M, as in 10 million clicks lifecycle, this is still without load, meaaing with no weight ... yeah right thats a little unlikely with a finger on top and actively pressing (overtravel) the switch...
It is possile to get D2FC-F-7N that "feel" better than a 10M and or D2F-01F, even if the lifecycle is shorter.
Brand and lifecycle alone dont make a good switch. tolerances for operation force and release force (OF, RF) as well as the mechanical design of the mouse and even the solder flow process for the PCBA impact the quality of the unit you get.