Coffee Chip Ice Cream Tactile Switch

$32.90

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Coffee Chip Ice Cream Tactile Switch

These switches are produced by Tecsee and feature a PME housing and POM stem. PME is a unique plastic blend that Tecsee has developed which gives the switch a distinctive sound.

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• Switch Type - Tactile
• Manufacturer - Tecsee
• Top Housing Material - PME
• Bottom Housing Material - PME
• Stem Material - POM
• Spring Weight - 68g
• Mounting Pins - 5-pin
• Factory Lube - No

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Films

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

Lubricants

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Switch Pads

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

Customer Reviews

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J.
Similar but different to neopolitan switch

I have these and the neopolitan switches, they are both similar but these are a little different feeling as well as different sounding. The bottom out as well as return collision are very pronounced, I love it...

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Brady
Unique & Solid Tactile!!

Chose these from a few YT vids, and the sample pack I ordered. The bump is STRONG even when lubed. I like how hard they press back up... A feature not often discussed with switches is how hard / fast it pushes back up after the tactile bump, on the way UP. Which you'd think is only dependent on the spring strength but it's not only based on that from what I could tell. It's also how the bumped-leaf is built. I liked these a lot, they also sound kind of deep so I'm super stoked to finalize my build with them! Will definitely be lubing them. I'm not insanely experienced with tactiles but the few I've used extensively have all (these included) had a very slight "sinch" sound as the stem passes the tactile bump. From what I can tell, lubing the switch helped a lot (I did not lube the stem front legs or the leaf) but it's still slightly there. My Durock Shrimps do the same thing (factory lubed).

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Jaymie
Great budget option

This was my first tactile switch, and i wanted something different than Boba U4Ts and these were a great alternative! The name and color way is fun and the tactile bump is beginner friendly if you’re new to tactiles like me.

These switches are a great alternative to the heavy bump tactiles! The name and colorway is just the cherry on top!

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A.
Big Bumps At A Good Price

While looking for another tactile switch to try out, I stumbled upon the Coffee Chip Ice Creams via YouTuber Keybored's review.
I opted to go with them and spring swap them with CK's Slow Springs (22mm) per Keybored's suggestion and they turned out great!

With the extra additional step of spring swapping them to a longer spring, it makes them on par with the Neapolitans.

I lubed mines with lightly on the stem only with 205g0.

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John Chang
Great tactile switch at competitive price!

I love these coffee chip ice cream switches. The name is fun, the tactile bump is prominent but still very comfortable to type on. It's 68g spring, but doesn't feel that heavy, maybe die to it's smoothness. Force required feels similar to my boba u4t 62g.
The sound is on the deep side, so a plus if you like thock. Stock is already pretty smooth, lubed with 3203 and it's even better. If you love tactile switch definitely give this a try before spending big bucks on others. I love u4t as well, but I prefer this coffee chip over u4t because of the smooth action. They are both great though.

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