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      Cherry MX Clear

      • Tactile
      • 65cN force
      • MX stem
      • Cherry
      • 2.00mm pre travel
      • 4.00mm travel
      Often referred to as 'stiffer' browns. As a tactile switch without click and acoustic feedback, the CHERRY MX Clear is the sister model of the MX Brown. With an actuation force of 65 centinewton, the required force is slightly higher. The Cherry MX Clear is sometimes used as the space bar for keyboards with MX Brown switches.

      User Reviews

      March 25, 2020
      • Typing 8
      I love my Cherry Clears especially for quiet. Heavier hands get sore when hovering over ligher switches, it's awesome to rest my fingers on the springs just before actuation, then play with return force. Clears, Buckliing, and Whites each allow this differently. I'm happy to have them all. Clears are predictable. The tactile bump is larger than Whites, fatter, less detailed, needing a bit more for
      December 06, 2019
      • Gaming 10
      • Typing 7
      • Balance 7
      great switch and great sound however for gaming I would go with reds of lubed reds
      August 21, 2019
      • Gaming 7
      • Typing 8
      • Balance 8
      Clears are great switches overall with a strong tactile feel, and great thoccy bottom out noise. Only problem is that the bottom out force is around 100 grams which will affect faster typing if you bottom out normally. Ergo clears(lighter spring in m
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