Cherry MX Green 80g Clicky Switch MKF4U24PEV |0|
Cherry MX Green 80g Clicky Switch MKF4U24PEV |36666|
    Cherry MX Green 80g Clicky Switch MKF4U24PEV |0|
    Cherry MX Green 80g Clicky Switch MKF4U24PEV |36666|
Cherry MX Green 80g Clicky Switch MKF4U24PEV |0|
Cherry MX Green 80g Clicky Switch MKF4U24PEV |36666|
Cherry MX Green 80g Clicky Switch MKF4U24PEV |0|
Cherry MX Green 80g Clicky Switch MKF4U24PEV |36666|
    Cherry MX Green 80g Clicky Switch MKF4U24PEV |0|
    Cherry MX Green 80g Clicky Switch MKF4U24PEV |36666|
Cherry MX Green 80g Clicky Switch MKF4U24PEV |0|
Cherry MX Green 80g Clicky Switch MKF4U24PEV |36666|

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Description
  • Actuation Force: 80g (105g Peak Force)
  • Tactile Switch
  • Insulation Resistance: <100MΩ at 100V DC
  • Current Rating: 10mA
  • 12V maximum AC/DC
  • 2mm to actuation, 4mm to bottom
  • 50 million operations
  • Plate Mount Style
Cherry MX Green switches are the best cherry switch for typing. The tactile bump can easily be felt, and the resistance is similar to your average keyboard. Although many people find them just fine for gaming, some don't like the fact that the release point is above the actuation point. This can cause some trouble with double-tapping. This is usually the case with someone who has experienced other mechanical switches before hand. As a note: this switch actually has a peak force of 105g, it is 80g at the point of actuation. This is due to the design of the Cherry switch itself.
Characteristics
Stem Type MX
Actuation Force 80 cN
Operating Position 2.2 mm
Full Travel 4 mm
Linear No
Tactile Yes
Clicky Yes
Silent No
Capacitive No
Operations 50 million
Feel Clicky
Long Pole No
MX Green PCB Mount MX1A-F1NW
Plate Mount MX1A-F1NN
Description
  • Actuation Force: 80g (105g Peak Force)
  • Tactile Switch
  • Insulation Resistance: <100MΩ at 100V DC
  • Current Rating: 10mA
  • 12V maximum AC/DC
  • 2mm to actuation, 4mm to bottom
  • 50 million operations
  • Plate Mount Style
Cherry MX Green switches are the best cherry switch for typing. The tactile bump can easily be felt, and the resistance is similar to your average keyboard. Although many people find them just fine for gaming, some don't like the fact that the release point is above the actuation point. This can cause some trouble with double-tapping. This is usually the case with someone who has experienced other mechanical switches before hand. As a note: this switch actually has a peak force of 105g, it is 80g at the point of actuation. This is due to the design of the Cherry switch itself.
Characteristics
Stem Type MX
Actuation Force 80 cN
Operating Position 2.2 mm
Full Travel 4 mm
Linear No
Tactile Yes
Clicky Yes
Silent No
Capacitive No
Operations 50 million
Feel Clicky
Long Pole No
MX Green PCB Mount MX1A-F1NW
Plate Mount MX1A-F1NN
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4.6

3 reviews

Cherry MX Green 80g Clicky Switch

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Justin
Cherry MX Green Switch

This was my first time trying a clicky switch and I absolutely love these. I got the greens because they have an 80g actuation force and my old switches were 40g... I found that I would accidentally strike keys without meaning to and this heavy switch solved the problem. I wish they had shipped in some sort of container as there were a few with bent contacts but thats why I ordered more than needed so not too big an issue. Also I didnt realize I should have ordered RGB versions as this model doesn't allow RGB lights to pass through at all. So keep that in mind if you need these for an RGB build find the Green RGB version with a clear housing.

M
Matthew

Love these! Super easy to order, everything shipped very quickly, and the quality is as expected. These switches are great, very similar (but better IMO) than Cherry MX Blues.

T
Tom
Nice switches

Not much to say about these. They're heavier than blues, which is why I bought them. Still not sure which I prefer. If you like clickies then give them a try. Some people complain that heavy switches are hard to use and that they cause finger fatigue. I don't know where that comes from. A baby could press these. In fact, mine does.