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Cherry MX Green

Manufacturer: Cherry
Brand: Cherry MX

Heavier version of the more common Cherry MX Blue.

Coloured (opaque)
Coloured (opaque)
Coloured (opaque)


A force-graph is a good way to help imagine how a switch might feel to the press. Many reputable manufacturers publish such graphs, either in their documentation or in their patents.
Not sure what you’re looking at? Check out Haata’s fantastic guide on reading force curve graphs.

Force graph for Cherry MX Green
Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro M review (Cherry MX Green) by Chyrosran22
Cherry MX Green Switches - First Impressions with CM Storm QuickFire TK Keyboard by Linus Tech Tips
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Clicky switches, as the name suggests, make an audible click when activated. Those with a click jacket design only make a click noise on the way down. They have an internal sliding "collar" surrounding the stem that moves independently.

Mount type

Plate & PCB
Available in both
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Standard (stainless steel)


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This is a loud switch. Not recommended for use in an office environment or others that don't appreciated a loud keyboard ;)

Lubrication info

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Factory lubed? No
Looking for switch lubrication advice? Here's a great start

Switch film

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No data available. If you've tried these switches with films let us know on our #reviews discord channel.
Why use switch film? Here's a good explanation and a great demonstration.

More info on films and Thicc films by Jinra.

Stem construction

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The stem on this switch is of the standard variety.


These prices are subject to change at any time and should be used only as a rough guide (plus, quite often switches are not sold individually and can sometimes include discounts for larger quantities).

This information is not automatically updated.