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
August 19, 2021
A night-and-day improvement over the stock Razer Green switches that came with my BlackWidow TE Chroma V2. I can count on MX Greens to be accurate and not so ridiculously over-sensitive that CAPS LOCK doesn't turn itself on when you hit keys that are two columns over.
October 08, 2020
March 06, 2020
I like the click as a reminder of classic keyboard designs, but they squeak a lot when typing-- and I didn't realize it had a slightly higher actuation point like speed silver does. I guess I expected a more uniform action, being very acclimated to the IBM KB8923 which has a bump and click. (an imitated but noticeable click) Typing is a fair experience for single letters at a time, at least for ge
September 23, 2019
I love MX Green switches. As a classical pianist, the blue, red and brown switches feel mushy. Piano keys are typcially weighted 50 grams down force, although the actual force can be much higher depending on the velocity of the stroke.
August 09, 2019
With how heavy I type, these greens are absolutely perfect. They are exactly like blues which I loved in the past, but with more activation force required. These are the closest feeling to the original IBM model M buckling spring switches. HIGHLY REC
August 25, 2018
I'm typing on them. I thought they would have a more pronounced click than the blues but they are the same. Really it just feels like a blue that is sort of stuck or hampered. Not exactly the fun experience I thought they'd be. Blues are easier.
March 19, 2018
High precision typing, good resilience switch, pleasure writing.
February 21, 2018
Wonderful for typing, not so good for gaming when you're trying to communicate with team mates and they can't hear you.
January 21, 2018
One of my green switches works more like a linear switch for some reason and its very anoying. Ruins the whole typing experience for me. Same thing happens to blues I had on a Das keyboard. reliability sucks on cherry clicky switches. alps next?
December 21, 2017
Maybe to heavy for some. If you prefer or can handle heavy switches I recommend this 100%