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KBDfans Switch Pads

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KBDfans Switch Pads utilizes PORON cutouts for switches in order to buffer the force between the switches and PCB.

KBDfans Switch Pads Feature:

  • PORON Material
  • 120 Pieces Per Pack
  • 0.5mm Thickness
  • Types:
    • Hot-Swap Version
      • Compatible with both 3-Pin and 5-Pin
      • RGB LED Hole
      • 15.3x14.5mm
    • Solder Version
      • Compatible with both 3-Pin and 5-Pin
      • No RGB LED Hole
      • 16.5x14.5mm


  • 1 Pack KBDfans Switch Pads


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Stacy E.
United States United States

An underrated mod

These are easily applied, and I experienced no difficulty putting the switches in after applying these. They definitely refine and clean up the sound of the keyboard, I interpret it as creating a bit of a quieter, poppyer sound.

Spencer S.
United States

One of the few items actually needed in the mod-list...

I used this on my Glorious Pro TKL Barebones board; with c3 Tangerine switches, Foam strips on the PCB where the stabs' housings make contact, and the Tempest Mod using Scotch's OG Painter's Tape. You simply need the Tempest Mod, Foam Strips for PCB-to-Stab-housing, and Switch Foam Pads like these in order to mitigate the amount of sound being reverberated throughout your keyboard; whether it's a polycarbonate or plastic housing (which would clear up the sound and make it sound more "crisp") or it's an aluminum case (which would mute a shocking amount of reverb while typing), these KBDFans Switch Pads are a necessary commodity. PLEASE KEEP IN MIND: No matter how long the process may take, take all of the possible time in lining up the pads perfectly - starting with the first pad. I had to double check each switch after putting them into a padded area. Nevertheless, if it goes in the first time without any issue, try and replicate the exact same way you've been putting them into the PCB sockets.

Joshua Y.
United States United States


good sounds maybe not pe foam clack 100% but on the bright side you can use the hotswap pads for soldered boards since they don't touch the switch legs

Kevin L.
United States United States

Hard to Remove off Pad

I'd give this a 5-star. Their performance is fine. I barely notice them... which I guess is expected. My biggest complaint is that they're really hard to remove from their packing. The plastic holding the switch pads are ridiculously hard to separate, and I damaged like 10 trying to put them on my keyboard pcb.

Matias H.
United States United States

Works as advertised

Dampens sound for a deeper clack and lower pitch noise.