They Feel Nice but There is One Problem.
They feel amazing and sound pretty nice too. That is if you can handle how loud and almost piercing it is to your ears. I bought some of these switches and put them in my old tofu, they sounded pretty nice at first. After time though they got very annoying to listen to. If you want to buy these I would recommend putting in a thin piece of foam as it makes it sound a whole lot better, another solution is to put these in a plastic keyboard as the jades don't sound too loud. In summary I would recommend just going with some kiwis or koalas to start off with. To be honest when you do overcome the sound they feel really nice and if you lube them it will get rid of some of that loudness, while still keeping it's tactility. So to finish this off get another switch like the koalas or the kiwis if you can't lube them if you can these are probably the best clicky switch IMO.
The click spring mechanism is pretty clever, though there is a bit of metallic ringing that goes away with some lube
I tried these Box Jades after having typed with Box Whites for several weeks. They have a much more substantial click and resistance than the Whites. Even after several days of adjusting, I found the spring resistance of the Jades too tiring for longer typing sessions. They're definitely not bad switches, but not to my taste in the end.
Kailh box jade
It feels amazingly tactile I love this switch and will be using it on the daily
Kailh box jade
Awesome switches love the acoustics and feel straight out of the box