Kailh BlueMechanical Keyboard Switches
A Blue Cherry MX clone made by Kaihua in China. While K-switch quality came under fire early, later tooling claimed major improvement.
March 29, 2020
I prefer the Cherry MX silent red for gaming, typing on the other hand is perfect with this tactile switch.
March 27, 2020
its super switch its so good for gaming and typing its so responsible for gaming and its fast
January 14, 2020
Perfect for gaming, hard to get used to after using membrane for many years but still good for typing when you get used to them
October 03, 2019
feels a little rough and not smooth compared to other switches but a bit of lube should fix. it's not very noticeable though, and works better than most switches. I feel as though the sound is very good if you like the clicky tactile sound. the feedb
June 01, 2019
A little wobbly/chattery but light and clicky is a good combination.
May 13, 2019
While they do not have the logevity of a cherry mx blue they do still work under heavy load for around 3-4 years. I'm a blue switch fan and these are a good, less expensive alternativ.
March 21, 2019
Great switch for typing, though a bit on the loud side and a with very pronounced tactile bump. Actuation point seems to be just bellow the click... so you can actually press it really fast once you get the feeling. For this reason I'd say it's not
February 25, 2019
very good switches
June 24, 2018
pretty good switch
December 12, 2017
A very loud switch, but it's very good for me.