Durock Daybreak Linear Switches: Produced by JWK Durock. This silent linear switch features clear housings, top housing as PC, bottom housing as Nylon, stem as POM, and gold-plated springs. Is anyone looking for any smooth, not mushy silent linear switch? Well, here it is, Daybreak switches from Durock
"Anyone interested in Frankensteins? I personally like replacing these stems with the Gateron silent yellow stems. In my experience, they're smoother, stock-wise. Anyhow, I do recommend lubing these switches, films not needed."
Durock Daybreak Switch Specifications:
- 4mm Distance Travel
- 67g Bottom-out
- Blue Stem
- Smokey Clear Housing
- Light Factory Lube
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.
Durock Silent Linears
Came fast and packaged safely, haven’t gotten my board from a different vendor yet so can’t speak too much but they feel great
As much as I love hearing the sound of my keyboard, I share a room with two other people and often stay up late at night playing games or typing. These definitely do their job quiet well :)
Better than the silent exoctic switches
The Durock Silent Linear was a very pleasant surprise. I own a set of silent Alpacas and tried a lot of alternatives but this Durock won me over. Alpacas are too light and have an audible leaf noise. The Durock is more silent and has a nice weight to it comparable to Black Inks. I wouldn't say it's the best silent for the money, but the best silent overall.