Redragon Mechanical Keyboards

Heseth

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Hi guys, i'm interested in a mechanical keyboard from these guys,but i don't know how good those Otemu swtiches are.I do own a membrane keyboard from redragon(Yaksa it's the name) and i have to say the build quality is actually good.So i was interested in buying on of their mechanical keyboards,but i have no ideea how reliable those Otemu swtitches are.Anyone here had any experience with their mechanical keyboard or those Otemu swtiches ?
 

Yeliac Van

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well the only red dragon keyboard with mechanical switches was the red dragon K553, and they had kailh blue switches and that is what came up when I put in otemu switches so I presume that's what they are, which are clicky, like blues or razer's green switches. If this is the one your going for I pretty sure it should be fine. just to note they are very clickey and loud.
 

Yeliac Van

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well the only red dragon keyboard with mechanical switches was the red dragon K553, and they had kailh blue switches and that is what came up when I put in otemu switches so I presume that's what they are, which are clicky, like blues or razer's green switches. If this is the one your going for I pretty sure it should be fine. just to note they are very clickey and loud.
 

Heseth

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yeah i heard about that,so i decided to spend a bit more and get a Tesoro Mechanical keyboard with cherry MX blacks,since they are quieter and a bit heavier to press(I usually type so hard that i make a membrane keyboard sound mechanical,so the blacks should offer some help with me bottom up the keys all the time)
 

Heseth

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Well ,yes it was helfull as you and a few other around told me the same thing,that they are noisy and not ideal if you don't like loud noise.Also i looked around,and found out that these otemu switches are a bit louder than the Cherry ones.So yeah ill pass on buying something that has a louder switch than the OEM.
 

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