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The KTT Strawberry V2 Linear Mechanical Switch represents a solid choice for enthusiasts seeking a blend of performance and subtlety in their keyboard setup. With its smooth action, quiet operation, and customizable features, it stands as a testament to KTT’s commitment to innovation in the mechanical keyboard community. Whether you’re building your first custom keyboard or upgrading an existing setup, the KTT Strawberry V2 promises to deliver a typing experience that is as delightful as it is efficient.

Product Details

KTT Strawberry Linear Switch

  • Switch Type: Linear
  • Stem Material: POM
  • Top Housing Material: Polycarbonate
  • Bottom Housing Material: Polycarbonate
  • Actuation Force: 43g
  • Bottom Out Force: 62g
  • Mount: 3 pin or 5 pin
  • Total Travel: 4mm
  • Factory Lubed: Light Factory Lubed

Switch Sound

The KTT Strawberry V2 emits a soft deep sound. The KTT Strawberry V2 would be an excellent choice for those chasing the "thocky" sound profile. When bottoming out, the KTT Strawberry V2 produces pleasant mid tones. When topping out, the KTT Strawberry V2 produces a slightly brighter and thinner sound than when bottoming out. Overall, the KTT Strawberry V2 seems to have a solid muted sound and less "clacky".

Here are some sound tests of the KTT Strawberry V2:

Switch Feel

Typing on the KTT Strawberry V2 is akin to gliding effortlessly across a smooth surface. The  KTT Strawberry V2 feel noticeably smoother than most other switches, but still has a slight textured feel which produces a satisfying feedback on each keypress. The KTT Strawberry V2 has a soft bottom out which creates a solid but comfortable typing experience. In terms of stem wobble, the KTT Strawberry V2 has minimal wobble in both N/S direction and E/W direction. 

Comparisons to Other Switches

    KTT Strawberry V2 vs KTT Rose

    • The KTT Strawberry V2 has a polycarbonate bottom housing and the KTT Rose has a nylon bottom housing. 
    • The KTT Strawberry V2 and the KTT Rose both have a polycarbonate top housing and POM stem.
    • The KTT Strawberry V2 has a 62g bottom out force and the KTT Rose has a slightly heavier 63.5g bottom out force.
    • The KTT Strawberry V2 comes in both 3 pin and 5 pin variants, but the KTT Rose is only 3 pin. 
    • Both the KTT Strawberry V2 and the KTT Rose have a 4mm total travel. 
    • The KTT Strawberry V2 sounds relatively deeper and "thockier," while the KTT Rose sounds relatively brighter and "clackier."

    KTT Strawberry V2 vs KTT Mango Pomelo Sago

    Sound test:

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