Kailh BOX Crystal Pink Clicky Switch


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Kailh BOX Crystal Pink Clicky Switch

BOX Crystal Pink switches feature a transparent bottom with fixing pins. These are a click bar clicky switch, and are highly regarded for their sound.

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• Switch Type - Clicky
• Manufacturer - Kailh
• Top Housing Material - Proprietary clear
• Bottom Housing Material - Proprietary clear
• Stem Material - MX
• Spring Weight - 62g operating force, 55g bottom out
• Mounting Pins - 5-pin
• Factory Lube - Light

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Good clicky switches

The click bar is something you are either going to love or hate. The upstroke click sound is slightly less noticable on these compared to BOX jades, but it's there.

The tactility is solid, and (subjectively) feel nice to type on.

If you want clicky switches which click both on the up and downstroke I would recommend these, or BOX navies if you want something even heavier.

Good Stable Thick Clicky Switches

Kailh makes some of the best clicky switches on the market.

The Kailh BOX Crystal Pink switches use the same click bar mechanism that the Kailh BOX clicky switches are known for. So you can expect a more stable and thick "double" click. One click on actuation and another click on release. These are heavier than BOX whites, and on paper slightly heavier than BOX jades. However in real world use, these actually feel a lot more heavier than BOX jades. I would say that if you're not used to heavy switches, you may experience typing fatigue quite quickly using these. Definitely not as heavy as BOX Navys, but still, I would keep that in mind when choosing these switches. And this is coming from someone that uses heavy switches regularly.

I don't think you'd be disappointed going with these, but honestly if you're looking for a thick click, I think you'd be more satisfied with BOX jades.