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Kailh BOX White

Manufacturer: Kailh
Brand: Kailh
50g
60g
1.80mm
3.60mm
POM
Coloured (opaque)
PC
Transparent
Nylon
Coloured (opaque)

Force-graph

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 Kailh BOX White
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Clicky
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Click-bar
Clicky switches, as the name suggests, make an audible click when activated. Click bars are a Kailh brand innovation and have a small metal spring "bar" that creates the click noise - which can be heard on both the down and up stroke of a key press.

Mount type

Plate
3-pin
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Spring

Kailh Box spring (smaller than MX)

Volume

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normal
Standard switch with no dampers, can be further silenced with lubrication or O-rings.

Lubrication info

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Factory lubed? Slight factory lube
Looking for switch lubrication advice? Here's a great start

Switch film

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Switch films do not fit these switches.
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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Box
The stem on this switch is of the box variety. Popularised by Kailh. It’s known for being more resistant to dust and moisture over long-term use.

Prices

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.