Arguably the most popular linear switch in keyboard history, and for good reason! Banana Split switches are linear switches are buttery smooth with a 62g spring, nylon and polycarbonate blended housing, and POM stem.
Sold in units of 10, 70, 90 and 110 switches. Please note 10 unit switches are not offered in plastic cases and are sold in bags.
About the Switches
Linear switch with 62g spring. These have a smooth keypress with no tactile bump.
Nylon and polycarbonate blended housing, with POM (polyoxymethylene)stem.
Pre-lubed in factory – very light application. You can lube these switches on top of this.
Packaged in a new hard plastic case with a sticker snap lid. Easily reusable and perfect for holding spare switches.
Designed by C³Equalz and manufactured by JWK.
Note: These were previously sold by other vendors under the working development name 'Macho.' These are not a JWK recolor; they use a proprietary C³Equalz housing mold.
A keyboard switch is the little component that sits underneath the keycap and connects to the keyboard PCB. On a mechanical keyboard, every key has its own switch.
How many switches do I need?
For common sizes, here are some estimates (these can vary slightly by keyboard model):