AEBoards Naevy Tactile Switch R1.5 (35)

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AEBoards Naevy Tactile Switch R1.5 (35)

The aim of the Naevy switch is to create a new type of tactile - affordable and good as a stock switch. We are still in early days of where we want to be for the ultimate tactile but we believe that have something available to the market that you’ll love - a smooth, great new tactile feeling. Bottoms out a little bit earlier and moves the bump to mid/mid-top.

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• Switch Type - Tactile
• Manufacturer - AEBoards
• Top Housing Material - Polycarbonate
• Bottom Housing Material - Nylon
• Stem Material - MPE tactile stem - Custom mixed PE - A proprietary MPE blend that enables smoothness and good shrinking rates
• Spring Weigh - 58g
• Mounting Pins - 3-pin
• Factory Lube - Light

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Switch Pads

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
LOVE These

The factory springs on these switches were a little bit light for my liking. I swapped in some Sprit MX Supreme 63.5g, and now they're absolutely perfect! I use them for my GMMK Pro daily driver and my numpad too and I love the feel and sound. No problems with frailty as others have mentioned, they all worked 100% after installation. I did hand-lube them.

Decent Switch

Love the feeling of the light tactile feedback and the switch sounds great once lubed, but the material the housing is made out of is quite brittle. And 3 pin is a bit a strike when most switches are now 5 pin.


I enjoyed the sound and feel of these switches (after hand lubing). Factory lube was poor, with balls of lube sitting in corners of the housing untouched. Bottom housings were oddly frail, and teeth would not retract after pressure was applied with a switch puller. I had to be very careful pulling these from an aluminum plate, and still managed to damage several switches. Did not have this issue with other nylon bottom Tecsee switches on the same plate. Overall, not terrible switches but would not recommend to a friend.