Still hear small ticking on 2 stabs
Despite putting in generous amount of 205g0 lube (inside the stem housing and on the clip), my backspace and enter keys still tick. My space bar and shift are perfect, though. Overall, not thoroughly impressed.
Not sure what to say that the description doesn't already say. I installed these and did the normal lubing that I would normally do and they feel good just like they should for 20 bucks.
These are good, don't get me wrong. For the price; they're comparable to Durock v2's and I would buy the Durock's over these any day. For one the stabilizer pads included are hot garbage. I bought two packs of these, used for many boards and at least one of the 2u stabs on any given board ticks; ALWAYS. I don't really get the hype behind these and OWLAB as a studio, but to each their own. I'll be sticking with the v2's consistent quality and price point.
Fantastic product, from a complete beginner
I picked up these stabilizers on the recommendation of a friend who mentioned that with the silicon these stabilizers deploy, there's no need to holee mod them. Building a mechanical keyboard was already seeming like a lot of work so I bought these hoping to eliminate one annoying step. Naturally, I over-lubed the **** out of them to the point where one shift key feels like a marshmallow. But they feel great otherwise, and there's absolutely ZERO extraneous noise from these bad boys. Tick? Never heard of her! The clear color looks great on my board, they sound phenomenal, the PCB stickers, washers, and other hardware were super nice to have, and they aren't very expensive. More expensive than Durock clip-ins sure, but even with my limited experience in the world of mechanical keyboards, I can tell that they're worth every penny. 10/10 would buy again
Surprised with quality
I am currently patiently waiting for TX stabs to come in to build my Sat 75 but with the unknown delivery times, I just couldn't wait. Decided to bite the bullet and take a 50/50 chance on whether I'll get these stabs with unbalanced wires. Lubed housing and stem with Kryxtox 205g0 and BDZ on wires. No need for holee mod. Used the stab wire padding as well (but I honestly don't think it was needed). No rattle, right amount of grip tolerance on my GMK modifiers. Especially, the spacebar. Divinikey is the winner here, I am lucky enough to get balanced wires, quick delivery and the results are more than satisfactory. I am happy enough with the results that I don't think I'll rebuild with TX stabs. Unless issues down the road begin to show.