Cherry MX Hyperglide Switches

  • Cherry MX Hyperglide Switches

Cherry MX Hyperglide Switches


One of the top keyboard manufacturers in the world, Cherry Corporation! You may see their switches in many pre-built keyboards from Corsair and/or Cooler Master. And now, better than ever, the hyperglides!

Hyperglide tooling improved the stem wobble, smoothness, and actuation life. These are the OG switches (red/brown/black), but with a new mold. Instead of 50 million actuations, it upgraded to 100 million, DOUBLE THE LIFE SPAN, basically. 

Offering in Black & Brown variant for now!

Hyperglide Brown Switch Specifications:

  • 4mm Distance Travel
  • 45g Actuation
  • 5-pins
  • Tactile

Hyperglide Black Switch Specifications:

  • 4mm Distance Travel
  • 60g Actuation
  • 5-pins
  • Linear

Sound Test by Sviz (Browns)

Our Sound Test (Blacks)


Here is a guide on how many switches you'll need for different keyboard sizes (The guide is a reference, but some keyboards market a certain layout even though they require a few more or fewer switches. Always order a few more if you're unsure):

  • 120 - full size
  • 92 - TKL
  • 80 - 75%
  • 70 - 65%
  • 65 - 60%
  • 45 - 40%


Selling in quantities of 1

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leyuan y.
United States United States


used for a client build. they were satisfied

Chief K.
United States United States

Awesome switch, but didn’t use them by themselves

For a Cherry switch, I was expecting something along the lines of the MX Red you see in mainstream mechanical keyboards such as those offered by Corsair and HyperX, but I was pleasantly surprised to see how much better the tooling had become, the Hyperglide branding lives up to the name. Although they are nowhere nearly as smooth (stock) as some of their better known clones (Tangies, Lavenders, Hippos, you get the gist), they still offer a smooth-ish typing experience, one which is a welcome sight from super-smooth switches and the like. Although I did not end up typing on them for too long, I was able to turn them into Black Cherry Pies, a frankenswitch which (in my opinion) surpasses the sound of something like Creamsicles (which I made with the new batch of Tangerines, but there were clearance issues on some housings) and matches the thockiness of something with PE foam while using no foam itself. TL;DR they are an amazing switch, perfect for beginner use and even better for experienced veterans who are looking for a new typing experience. 9/10

Henry H.
United States United States

i love keebsforall

the handwriting note u guys write in the back of the card on orders that are as little as 30 switches makes me feel cared for for once in my life