Unlike other key switches, Zeal does not specify an activation force, rather they are differentiated by their bottom-out force. Available in a number of forces. 62g - These have a smooth, crisp and light feel, being slightly heavier than the Cherry MX Browns in weight. 65g - These have a smooth, long, drawn-out tactile bump. They are nicely cushioned when they bottom out feeling similar to a switch that includes an o-ring. 67g - These have a slightly more crisp & responsive tactile bump feeling at the very top of the keystroke and with more cushion during bottom out than the 65g switch. 78g - These have a slightly lighter feel than the Cherry MX Clear, but with a bigger and smoother bump than Cherry MX Clears. The spring is heavier than all other Zealio V2 switches.
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Zealios v2 are probably some of the most tactile switches on the market, so if you're interested in a switch being very tactile, they're a good choice. Please note that even though these are PCB mounted switches they can still be used in many plate-mounted keyboards. If your PCB underneath has 2 extra holes next to the centre post it will support PCB Mounted switches and add extra rigidity to the switch. If your PCB does not have the extra holes, then you can cut the small plastic legs off to make them mount.
Key Switch Features
Plate Mount Available - 3 Pin
PCB Mount Available - 5 Pin
62g, 65g, 67g or 78g