KTT Rose Switch Set
Factory Pre-lubed Switches Set
Coming factory-lubed and special structured, the KTT Rose switch can also be self-lubed during every key stroke, which is especially helpful for maintaining a smooth feeling. The durable stem is credited to a more smooth and pleasing typing experience.
KTT Custom Linear Switches
KTT Rose switch is made in PC transparent top housing, Nylon bottom housing and POM stem, aiming to be fast responding and smoothly typing. Moulded with LED-slot housing and 3 pins, this switch is suitable for those who are keen on RGB keyboards. The KTT Rose switches are made with operating force of 43g. They are perfect for typists who need to work with the keyboard for a long time.
Compatible with MX Structure Keycaps
KTT Rose mechanical switches are designed with general MX structure so that they can fit most keycaps sets with (X) cross stem. This greatly improves the compatibility and you can feel free to change the switch and remake your own keyboard.
POM Stem, PC Top Housing & Nylon Bottom Housing
The KTT Rose switches come with POM stem, PC top housing & Nylon bottom housing for an extreme durable purpose. PC housing makes the switch to be transparent and completely shine-through. This is really perfect for those whow are fond of RGB lights. With the improved structure that reduces the rustle feeling and sound, which are generally brought by POM material, the switch presents a pleasing typing experience and sound.
Built-in LED Slot with Transparent Housing & Durable Lifespan
KTT Rose mechanical switches are equipped with LED slots for modification. This provides more fun feature and options for those who are DIYers. It has a lifespan of approximate 80 million times of keystrokes based on laboratory durability tests; you may rest assured with the long lifespan.
KTT Rose Mechanical Switch
- Original KTT Rose Mechanical Switches
Quality of these are pretty nice, prelube is a little on the scarce side so redoing it really makes them less scratchy. However, after looking at them on other websites, the bottom-out force seems to be 63.5 grams instead of the 55 grams stated, so they are more on the heavy side. I was planning on getting lighter switches this time but they are still very smooth if you take this into account