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Outemu Black

  • Linear
  • 65cN force
  • MX stem
  • Outemu
A heavier keyswitch with up and down linear motion, and no tactile feedback. Can be good for typing, but most heavy-handed gamers love this style of switch.

User Reviews

September 08, 2020
  • Gaming 9
  • Typing 6
  • Balance 8
Great feel better sounds if u spry lube it
September 05, 2020
  • Gaming 5
  • Typing 8
  • Balance 7
A bit heavy for gaming, needs a lot more effort to wiggle or hold down WASD, compared to standard Red switches. However, the spring strenght prevents you from stumbling into every single key, which makes it better for typing than any flimsy red/brown/blue. The 2 majoir downsides are: pins aren't compatible with cherry mx, and personally I wouldn't mind if they were 5 grams weaker. Gaterons are smo
July 07, 2020
  • Gaming 8
  • Typing 8
  • Balance 8
For cheap switches, these feel surprisingly smooth and satisfying. When they are lubed, they feel almost as good as lubed ink blacks. Almost.
October 08, 2019
  • Gaming 8
  • Typing 7
  • Balance 8
Heavy, deliberate keystrokes. Great for gaming if you have problems with fat-fingering keys on light switches, but definitely takes some getting used to. Decent to type on for short time periods, but wouldn't use these for a job where you're typing a
October 02, 2019
  • Gaming 7
  • Typing 6
  • Balance 7
A little bit heavier than other keyboards I've tested. Is a linear keyboard, not clicky, but how much more you use, it feels better and smoothier. But in the first month i felt some bit of pain in my little finger playing CS, pressing ctrl and shift
August 10, 2019
  • Gaming 7
  • Typing 9
  • Balance 7
Heavy
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