High quality but a little weird
These are well-made switches; they're smooth and very stable. They bottom-out on a long pole and make that long pole sound, except the subsequent top-out is silenced. It's a little disorienting at first; you get a positive confirmation of bottom-out, but basically no feedback after that. Instead of "clackity-clackity", it's just "clack clack". I take off one star because I think the unorthodox configuration doesn't really have wide appeal, but if this sounds like something you might enjoy, these are a well-executed take on the idea, aside from being the first stock example I'm aware of.
These have become one of my favorite switches. Silencing just the upstroke is genius. Usually I go for silent switches but these are quiet enough that the sound comes off as pleasant background noise and feel much better than normal silent linears. I swapped 78g progressive springs into them to make the bottom out more muted. The smoothness of these switches feel like gliding ice cubes. I didn’t have any issues undoing the latches with a generic kailh-style/outemu switch opener.
interesting linear switch
pretty smooth stock, cool to see jwick innovating with this very interesting stem so the switch doesn't have an audible top out. i wish it was standard pole length but oh well! i wish the listing mentioned that this switch doesnt fit a standard kailh switch opener so i currently am unable to modify this switch - i would like to put heavier springs on them but can't.
These were a perfect replacement for a board of mine with plate ping issues. They have a very satisfying bottom out sound and are quite easy on my digits. I also got my highest monkeytype score on them!
Wild, wacky, but oh so fun
These switches are extremely unique and have a very innovative design which I appreciate greatly. Basically if I were to describe what this switch sounds like, I would say it's a literal 50/50 split between normal linear and silent linear. The bottom out is exactly like a regular linear switch (really smooth too with 205g0) and the top out is nearly exactly the same as a silent switch. I do recommend lubing for the full experience, but it's usable unlubed. While the switch is very unconventional and may only attract a very select audience, I seriously think everyone should at least consider this option. 9.5 out of 10 for sure!