KBDFans Lube Stations

$24.00$29.95
  • KBDFans Lube Stations

KBDFans Lube Stations

$24.00$29.95
$24.00$29.95

Have you ever spilled your switch parts all over the place? Or just wanted to quickly lube your bottom housing without carrying it individually? Well, this lube station is the perfect thing to start off with your lubing process! It holds up to 35 switches, place your bottom housing, stems, and springs onto the station, and lube away! 

It is the perfect size for portability.

Offering in Grey, Blue, and Green!

Specifications:

  • Acrylic material
  • Hold up to 35 switches
  • Includes rubber feet
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02/07/2022
Adam H.
United States United States

Really efficient, helped me a ton

At first, I wasn’t really sure of the best way to use the lube station so it took me a while to lube the 35 switches that the grid can hold. But, once I got the hang of how to put the housings in and my overall flow, I was able to get a grid done in under an hour (when I bag lubed my springs). Overall, the one con of this product is that the listing says 45 switches but based on the picture and the physical one that I received, it is 35 switches (which isn’t really a big deal).

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01/28/2022
Ryan
United States United States

Still a good value today without the KBDFans international shipping cost

The lube station is quite hefty and has great tolerances. When it arrives there will be protective plastic on both sides of the acrylic so don’t be concerned when it has a bunch of random writing and scratches. Just peel the plastic off and it’s very shiny. Comes with 4 bump ons and a great investment of you prefer a station and plan to lube multiple batches. Alternatives may be a Kelowna lube station but the switches may move around on that one since it relies on other housings to remain in place