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TX Springs (XL)

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Original price $0.00 - Original price $7.50
Original price $0.00
$7.50
$7.50 - $7.50
Current price $7.50
Weight: 45g

Introduction

TX springs have been widely accepted as one of the best aftermarket springs among the keyboard enthusiasts.
The previous offering includes 14mm, 15mm, and 16mm.
We will STOP calling TX springs “slow curved” or “progressive” because we do not think they are intuitive. They are Short (14mm), Medium (15mm), Long (16mm), Extra Long (18mm) and Ultra Long (22mm).

Specifications

  • Cherry MX compatible
  • Springs are made from stainless steel wire and have gone through vigorous QC to make sure that each spring does not have a deviation outside of -1/+1
  • Springs will be shipped in a bag.
  • Force is measured at bottom out.
  • Pack of 110

Customer Reviews

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Brian Revatta

TX Springs (XL)

A
Alex
Tried and true

Ultimately, springs are a personal preference. I particularly like XL springs, i think they are nice and snappy. Perhaps a little more fatiguing than shorter length springs but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. TX delivers with consistent products that work well when lubed and placed into a variety of switches (I like 60g XL in MX blacks, OP blacks, black inks, etc.)

C
Christopher

perfect

J
JayVerb
XL > Long springs for me

After a while of trying multi-stage springs, I kept coming back to the feel of TX Long. Then I saw these and tried them out. I can confidently say that I like TX XL spring better than Long in weights under 55g. I enjoy light and 'slow' springs (actuation and bottom out fairly close in feel) which these TX XL springs happen to be just what I was looking for. Quick and snappy return, predictable tension throughout the key press, and quality material that keeps me coming back and buying more.