Cherry MX ClearMechanical Keyboard Switches
Often referred to as 'stiffer' browns. As a tactile switch without click and acoustic feedback, the CHERRY MX Clear is the sister model of the MX Brown. With an actuation force of 65 centinewton, the required force is slightly higher. The Cherry MX Clear is sometimes used as the space bar for keyboards with MX Brown switches.
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December 24, 2020
8 for gaming - the switch is too heavy. This will heavily fatigue your fingers and your fingers will hurt badly after a long gaming session. 10 for typing - the switch is heavy so it prevents mis-click and you do not have to worry about actuating the wrong key. I personally like this Cherry MX Clear, it is really good for typing and after I own it - my accuracy has gone up, but the trade-off is t
November 23, 2020
If you want tactility, these are the switches for you. Give them a week to break in and once they do, there's nothing like it.
November 13, 2020
I'm a heavy-handed typist who just got these a couple days ago, and I already love them. They are extremely comfortable, and I have far less hand pain at the end of my day than I have for the past several months. The bounceback isn't too heavy and the resistance is perfect for me. I would recommend Clears to other typists who find they use too much force on a regular basis or perhaps have fine mot