The Gazzew U4T features the same “D” bump profile as seen in all switches in the U4 series, but instead comes with a 65g spring and an opaque white bottom-housing. Choose between an opaque white top-housing to match the base, or a transparent one that supports RGB lighting effects. These switches use a different proprietary plastic blend - not Boba Plastic.
Control Shift Escape is an authorized vendor of Gazzew switches.
- Mount: 5-pin
- Bottom-out: 65g
- D Shaped Tactile Bump - All Bump and no post bump travel
- Housing Material: Propriety Blend (not Boba Plastic)
- Stem Material: POM
- Bottom-Housing: Opaque White
- Top-Housing: Opaque White or Clear
- Korean Stainless Steel Spring
- Light lube on the spring base and leaf
- Designed by Gazzew
- Manufactured by Outemu
- Sold in packs of 36 switches
- MX Compatible
- Compatible with Gateron, Outemu, and Kaihl hot-swap sockets
- The Clear Top version supports SMD LED's only
The Fine Print:
- SMD LED lighting performance may be affected by the opaque white top-housing version
- Through-hole LED's are not supported on the Clear top-housing version as it has no open slot
What is a D Bump Profile?
A D-shaped tactile profile refers to the motion of feedback felt resembling the letter "D" when viewed on a graph. When you press the switch, the tactile feedback starts right away and continues until you reach the bottom of the keystroke. Upon release, the tactility begins immediately and ends at the top of the keystroke. For comparison, imagine the motion of your switch graphed as a lowercase "p." When pressed, the tactile bump initiates immediately but ends halfway through the keystroke, followed by a smooth linear motion to the bottom. The upstroke is the opposite, starting with a linear motion followed by a tactile bump until it reaches the top. With a D profile, its that sweet tactile bump all the way!