Cherry MX GreenMechanical Keyboard Switches
The Cherry MX Green is a heavier version of its MX Blue counterpart. It features the same actuating characteristics, like an audible and tactile click, but the actuation force is higher at 80 centinewtons. A Green MX switch is sometimes used for the spacebar in a Blue MX keyboard.
Featured Cherry MX Green keyboards
September 15, 2016
This is my first keyboard and its a knock off so I may not be the best with this but im having a much better time typing and gaming with my green switch keyboard and its much better than half mechanical keyboards
July 05, 2016
Is really heavy for the mojority of people
June 01, 2016
not idea for gaming with the loud clicks; more suited for writers or any job requiring typing a lot. alone.
May 11, 2016
Used them for about 2 years now, out of all my boards (MX Browns, clears and a model M) these have been my most consistent and satisfying switches.
May 05, 2016
I got these keys on my very first MK. I wanted every key press to remind me of a big red," launch-a-nuclear-missile-button: 'clickCHUNK', 'clickCHUNK'. Yeah baby. Nothing like it. Wish Gateron made some 80g cli./tac.
January 28, 2016
Very stiff switch. Fun for days when you want to hear a lot of noise and fight with your keyboard a little bit, but I would recommend having a softer and quieter switch for other days.
December 22, 2015
Great for typing. Works surprisingly well for gaming but it depends on what type of game is being played. Very loud
December 07, 2015
It's not for everyone. You should definitely try a board with Greens before you buy it. But if you like typing on IBM's legendary Model M's with their buckling springs, this stiff and super-clicky MX may be your next happy experience.
November 17, 2015
Many people attest to liking Cherry MX greens, but they are really much too heavy for the average user. Though blues may be a little light, an 80g actuation force is a huge overstep of what they should be. Please try these in a store before purchase.
November 16, 2015
Like trying to press cinderblocks into pavement to get it to actuate.