This is my first triple stage springs. I wanted to try them after being a fan of Slow Extreme II 63.5 and TX Long 60g. I don't think there's a big improvements in the "push" feel, but the return feel is snappier and quicker. I tend to bottom out in my typing and I found these springs more fun to type on, since I enjoy having a quicker "snap back". Weight wise, I am using the 62.5 and the push feels a little more on the 65-68 starting and get's lighter as you press down. If you are looking for a light start, I recommend you grabbing the 60 or 57.5 I may have found my new favorite springs and definitely use them for future builds.
No Spring Ping/Crunch, Great Feel, Fantastic Customer Service
I had heard that some individuals had experienced spring ping/crunch on Geon single-stage springs, so I wanted to try the triple-stage ones to put in my OG Sarokey switches. Honestly, after bag/jar-lubing the springs and shaking the bag/jar, and lubing over the light factory lube of the OG Sarokey switches, they felt fantastic, and I'm glad I picked these up! Also, I have been buying a lot of Geon products recently, and the customer service/packaging team was kind enough to include a set of Geon stickers for free. I thought that was a really nice touch! Divinikey has always been a stellar keyboard vendor, and I'm happy to always to business with them.
These springs are goated
Made my Cherry mx blacks feel solid
some had slight ping, but very nice crisp springs