The Low Profile Keychron Optical switches are engineered to build an ultimate ultra-slim mechanical keyboard with its smooth and tactile typing experience. It&
The Low Profile Keychron Optical switches are engineered to build an ultimate ultra-slim mechanical keyboard with its smooth and tactile typing experience. It&
The Low Profile Keychron Optical switches are engineered to build an ultimate ultra-slim mechanical keyboard with its smooth and tactile typing experience. It&
The Low Profile Keychron Optical switches are engineered to build an ultimate ultra-slim mechanical keyboard with its smooth and tactile typing experience. It&
The Low Profile Keychron Optical switches are engineered to build an ultimate ultra-slim mechanical keyboard with its smooth and tactile typing experience. It&
The Low Profile Keychron Optical switches are engineered to build an ultimate ultra-slim mechanical keyboard with its smooth and tactile typing experience. It&
The Low Profile Keychron Optical switches are engineered to build an ultimate ultra-slim mechanical keyboard with its smooth and tactile typing experience. It&

Low Profile Keychron Optical Switch Set - 87 Pcs

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Each Low Profile Keychron Optical Switch Set comes with 87 pcs of switches.

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Low Profile Optical switches are the best!

I have a set of orange, and two sets of browns and I just love how they feel on my Keychron K3!

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I.F.
Brown switches got that GOOD feel

So I originally bought the Keychron K3 (first mechanical keyboard) in optical red, which are nice, crisp, clean switches. But all (2) of my mechanical keyboard friends gave me lots of guff for not going browns, so I caved and bought a set.

I don’t have much (any) experience with other mechanicals, but I DO recommend the browns over the reds. I was worried initially about the browns being a bit louder, but I can’t tell a difference. Where I CAN tell the difference is the button press: the reds felt like you were sliding two pieces of plastic together. The browns meanwhile have a good bit of pep on them, like you can feel the switches bouncing satisfyingly under your fingers. Friends and I agree that this is best described as a chonky feel.

However, some of the red switches were VERY tight in the board, so removing them was a pain, and then reinstalling the browns was VERY nerve-racking due to applying more pressure than I normally would to a PCB. The cap puller provided by Keychron works well, but the switch puller is a little lackluster and difficult to use w/o scratching anything. That said, I’ve never done this before and it took me all of 2 hrs to completely replace all the keys, worked first try and I enjoyed the process. The lack of pins is also very nice: normally you run the risk of bending/ damaging the pins, potentially leading to PCB damage, but here the opticals don’t have any metal parts jabbing into the PCB.

TL;DR - chonk good, some minor gripes on the install, but overall very happy with this!

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Anonymous
Great Switches so far

Blue switches were just delivered. Feel really great to type on but I don't particularly love the sound.

Brown switches that come with the keyboard are very fragile, you have to be very careful when try to pull them off the board or their tactileness will be gone (I don't know why but guess it about the springs inside)

V
V.C.
Browns work now

Mid Apr 2021 - they’ve fixed the issues with the brown optical switches. Perfect now, smooth, no early actuation.

G
G.K.
Key tester

I bought the key tester to see the difference between the gateron and keychron brown switches were. Seems keychron browns have an actually noticeable tactility (unlike cherry mx / gateron browns) which I really like so will be buying them once they are back in stock with the k3.

Keychron Optical Switch Red Blue brown for Keychron K4 K6 K8 wireless mechanical keyboard

The Low profile Keychron Optical switch is engineered to
build an ultimate ultra-slim mechanical keyboard.

With the MX-styled stem housing and ultra-low latency, the low profile Keychron Optical switches are crafted for typists or gamers who want to type at lightning speed with a lifespan much greater than industry standards.

*Low profile Keychron Optical switch keyboard is not compatible with any conventional mx style mechanical switch.

Keychron Optical Switch Red Blue brown for Keychron K4 K6 K8 wireless mechanical keyboard specs

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K3 Optical switch keyboard

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Anonymous
Low Profile Optical switches are the best!

I have a set of orange, and two sets of browns and I just love how they feel on my Keychron K3!

I
I.F.
Brown switches got that GOOD feel

So I originally bought the Keychron K3 (first mechanical keyboard) in optical red, which are nice, crisp, clean switches. But all (2) of my mechanical keyboard friends gave me lots of guff for not going browns, so I caved and bought a set.

I don’t have much (any) experience with other mechanicals, but I DO recommend the browns over the reds. I was worried initially about the browns being a bit louder, but I can’t tell a difference. Where I CAN tell the difference is the button press: the reds felt like you were sliding two pieces of plastic together. The browns meanwhile have a good bit of pep on them, like you can feel the switches bouncing satisfyingly under your fingers. Friends and I agree that this is best described as a chonky feel.

However, some of the red switches were VERY tight in the board, so removing them was a pain, and then reinstalling the browns was VERY nerve-racking due to applying more pressure than I normally would to a PCB. The cap puller provided by Keychron works well, but the switch puller is a little lackluster and difficult to use w/o scratching anything. That said, I’ve never done this before and it took me all of 2 hrs to completely replace all the keys, worked first try and I enjoyed the process. The lack of pins is also very nice: normally you run the risk of bending/ damaging the pins, potentially leading to PCB damage, but here the opticals don’t have any metal parts jabbing into the PCB.

TL;DR - chonk good, some minor gripes on the install, but overall very happy with this!

A
Anonymous
Great Switches so far

Blue switches were just delivered. Feel really great to type on but I don't particularly love the sound.

Brown switches that come with the keyboard are very fragile, you have to be very careful when try to pull them off the board or their tactileness will be gone (I don't know why but guess it about the springs inside)

V
V.C.
Browns work now

Mid Apr 2021 - they’ve fixed the issues with the brown optical switches. Perfect now, smooth, no early actuation.

G
G.K.
Key tester

I bought the key tester to see the difference between the gateron and keychron brown switches were. Seems keychron browns have an actually noticeable tactility (unlike cherry mx / gateron browns) which I really like so will be buying them once they are back in stock with the k3.

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