Anubis Tactile Switch by Mechs on Deck



Anubis Tactile Switch by Mechs on Deck

We're proud to offer a Mechs on Deck color themed full nylon tactile switch using a strong tactile stem with an extended pole! This switch was designed by Chewwy and 0sirisTV from Mechs on Deck - and named after 0sirisTV's dog!

Like the color and materials but want to customize the feel and sound? Check out our modding essentials!

Mod Your Switches


Our CK Switch films come in both Poron and PC and help reduce wobble and slightly change the sound of your switch!


To view all of our available lube, checkout our Switch Modding Collection!

Switch Pads

Available in Poron, EVA, and PE foam, these fit right ontop of your PCB to change the sound profile of your build!


• Switch Type - Tactile
• Manufacturer - Durock
• Top Housing Material - Nylon opaque
• Bottom Housing Material - Nylon translucent
• Stem Material - POM
• Spring Weight - 65g gold plated
• Mounting Pins - 5-pin
• Factory Lube - Yes

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Antone Ribaudo
Anubis tactile switches by mechs on deck

I was super excited to use these switches and the shipping was quick however when I received the items and placed them on my keyboard they sounded way different then what I was expecting and they honestly sound like they were overlubed or super squishy. I wanted to return them to get something else but the company policy would not allow for it. Great company and great customer service just really wish for the money I spent that I could return them or exchange for something else

While we enjoy the stock Anubis switches, you can always try spring swapping with some of our CK slow springs that will change the sound and feel of the switch!

Top tier tactile.

I usually use linear switches in my builds and this was my first time using tactiles. but after trying these switches, I now want to try out more tactile switches. These switches are decent stock, I’d say the tactility of these switches are comparable to boba u4ts, but a little bit sharper rather than rounded. One thing I noticed is that the top out feeling isn’t the “snappiest”. I wouldn’t say it’s sluggish, but it’s definitely not snappy. So I ended up spring swapping these switches with Durock two stage 67g long springs, lubed them with krytox 105g0, and lubed the housings and stems with tribosys 3203. and the end result left me with something that I would consider as an endgame tactile switch. (TAKE THIS WITH A GRAIN OF SALT BECAUSE I HAVE NOT TRIED MANY TACTILES, but i just personally love these switches)

Great Option For Tactility Lovers

Looking for options for a strong tactile switch? The Anubis switches are great choice!
In terms of tactility, I would say the Anubis switches are on par with the revered Boba U4T, if not even slightly more tactile.

The switches take to lube and switch film well. I used TX 0.15mm films and lightly lubed the stem only with 205g0.

One minor con, which may be due to batch variances, is that there is some noticeable leaf ticking. To help mitigate the issue, I did lube the leaves contact points lightly with 205g0 as well as lubing behind the leaves.

holy ball **** these **** are amazing.

these are just so good they feel amazing and sound amazing. they even sound pretty decent with the factory lube.