Skip to content
GMK Metropolis 2, GMK Foundation keysets, and GMK Parcel and Agent 01 Deskmats shipping in progress. See Updates Page for incoming shipments. See FAQ for any address changes.
GMK Metropolis 2, GMK Foundation keysets, and GMK Parcel and Agent 01 Deskmats shipping in progress. See Updates Page for incoming shipments. See FAQ for any address changes.

Dark Amber T1 Switch Tactile 65g

Original price $64.00 CAD - Original price $95.00 CAD
Original price
$64.00 CAD
$64.00 CAD - $95.00 CAD
Current price $64.00 CAD
SKU
Choose a Quantity

Shipping: In Stock 2-4 Business Days

In collaboration with CannonKeys, we're happy to bring you a new exclusive - the Durock T1 Dark Amber Switch in Full Nylon

Specifications

  • Tactile switch
  • Materials: Full nylon, POM stem
  • 65g gold plated spring
  • Factory pre-lubed
  • 5 pin

Be sure to order enough packs to cover your keyboard. Each pack now includes 72 , 90 and 110 switches.

Note: These cannot be combined with Group Buy items. There are no refunds or cancellations on this product.

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 6 reviews
      67%
      (4)
      17%
      (1)
      0%
      (0)
      0%
      (0)
      17%
      (1)
      M
      Mathieu Deschamps
      Leaf tick beware

      I don't know if it was just me or my batch of Dark Amber T1s have insane leaf tick that kinda ressembles a click from a clicky switch.

      A
      Aaronberg
      Good basic tactiles

      I was lured in by the really nice colour but slightly disappointed that T1's just don't fit my preference for a tactile switch. Short pole stem, medium tactile bump, comfortable spring weight. They may be made out of nylon but the shape of the housing is also important for the sound signature & they definitely are not as deep or full sounding as cherry's nylon switches. Still a good sound; kinda half way between high pitched clacky and low pitched thocky.

      T
      T.S.
      Nice Basic Tactiles?

      These are the first/only custom switches I own so far, so I have nothing to compare them to other than MXs. That said the action has a nice responsive bump and sound pleasantly understated on my EVO70 - nothing especially flashy as best as I can tell but they seem to be a decent 'baseline' switch. I've added Thicc Films as many sources have recommended for T1s - I haven't really tried them unfilmed to compare but I don't notice any wobbling or looseness with them applied.

      They unsurprisingly give off a dark yellow colour when lit - I use Serika keycaps and the yellow lighting suits them nicely.

      S
      S.
      Amber colored T1

      They're really nice switches and are basically T1s with a different color. Great medium tactile and even better after lubing and filming.

      O
      Omar Pabon
      Best T1 variant

      These are great for those who are wanting a medium sharp bump with a standard length stem. Slight spring crunch with no leaf ping. Benefits from lubing, and would film if you want to quiet down the volume. This variant is all Nylon so the pitch is lower than all other PC top t1 variants. Overall it's a low volume, low pitch switch that is the perfect middle ground for a tactile fan.

      H
      Homer
      T1 with a fun recolouring

      I’m a fan of the original Durock T1s, these add a splash of colour to a very nice switch.

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 6 reviews
      67%
      (4)
      17%
      (1)
      0%
      (0)
      0%
      (0)
      17%
      (1)
      M
      Mathieu Deschamps
      Leaf tick beware

      I don't know if it was just me or my batch of Dark Amber T1s have insane leaf tick that kinda ressembles a click from a clicky switch.

      A
      Aaronberg
      Good basic tactiles

      I was lured in by the really nice colour but slightly disappointed that T1's just don't fit my preference for a tactile switch. Short pole stem, medium tactile bump, comfortable spring weight. They may be made out of nylon but the shape of the housing is also important for the sound signature & they definitely are not as deep or full sounding as cherry's nylon switches. Still a good sound; kinda half way between high pitched clacky and low pitched thocky.

      T
      T.S.
      Nice Basic Tactiles?

      These are the first/only custom switches I own so far, so I have nothing to compare them to other than MXs. That said the action has a nice responsive bump and sound pleasantly understated on my EVO70 - nothing especially flashy as best as I can tell but they seem to be a decent 'baseline' switch. I've added Thicc Films as many sources have recommended for T1s - I haven't really tried them unfilmed to compare but I don't notice any wobbling or looseness with them applied.

      They unsurprisingly give off a dark yellow colour when lit - I use Serika keycaps and the yellow lighting suits them nicely.

      S
      S.
      Amber colored T1

      They're really nice switches and are basically T1s with a different color. Great medium tactile and even better after lubing and filming.

      O
      Omar Pabon
      Best T1 variant

      These are great for those who are wanting a medium sharp bump with a standard length stem. Slight spring crunch with no leaf ping. Benefits from lubing, and would film if you want to quiet down the volume. This variant is all Nylon so the pitch is lower than all other PC top t1 variants. Overall it's a low volume, low pitch switch that is the perfect middle ground for a tactile fan.

      H
      Homer
      T1 with a fun recolouring

      I’m a fan of the original Durock T1s, these add a splash of colour to a very nice switch.