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Overview

The TTC Bluish White V2 is a silent and medium-tactility switch. The TTC Bluish White V2 tactile switch has a double-coiled long spring and a dustproof stem. The switch has a double silencing design, with the base equipped with a high-hardness silicon muffler and the stem equipped with an inner square ring silencing structure. The TTC Bluish White V2 is relatively silent without compromising on the feel per keypress. 

TTC Silent Bluish White

Product Details

TTC Bluish White Silent Tactile Switch

  • Switch Type: Tactile
  • Stem Material: POM
  • Top Housing Material: PC
  • Bottom Housing Material: PA66
  • Operating Force 42±10g
  • Mount: 3 pin
  • Pre Travel: 2.0±0.4mm
  • Total Travel: 3.5±0.4mm
  • Factory Lubed: No

 TTC Bluish White Tactile (V2) Silent Switches

TTC Bluish White Tactile (V2) Silent Switches

Switch Sound

The TTC Bluish White V2 is very silent due to the way it's designed. The tactile switch has a dampening pad inside the hole where the pole of the stem would bottom out which enables the silencing mechanism when bottoming out and the TTC Bluish White V2 has a silicone ring out the stem that enables the silencing mechanism on top out. The TTC Bluish White V2 does its job as a silent switch, however, it has a slight scratch noise when the keypress is off-center but it is not audibly noticeable during normal typing sessions. The TTC Bluish White V2 typing sounds come mostly from the round tactile bump and the dampened bottom and top outs, which has relatively no difference in sound from the average membrane office keyboard, making it a great choice for a silent office keyboard build. 

Here are some sound tests of the TTC Bluish White:

 

Switch Feel

TTC Bluish White V2 in stock form feels smooth but tends to have a little bit of scratchiness when the keypresses are off-center. Although, the scratch is more apparent in the sound than feel. The TTC Bluish White V2 switch has very little stem wobble, possibly due to its tight housing tolerances and dustproof stem.

The TTC Bluish White V2 appears to have a more rounded tactile bump than switches like the Holy Panda or the Gazzew Boba U4T. The TTC Bluish White V2 does not feel as snappy or sharp as the Holy Panda or Gazzew Boba U4T in terms of tactility, but it provides a comfortably smooth bump along the entirety of the keypress, making it a great choice for those seeking a smaller tactile feedback. 

Things to Note

Thankfully, the TTC Bluish White V2 tactile switch does not have the mushy feel one would expect from a silent switch. 

Comparisons to Other Switches

TTC Bluish White V2 Silent Tactile vs Outemu Cream Yellow Silent Tactile

  • TTC Bluish White V2 has a PC top housing and a PA66 bottom housing while the Outemu Cream Yellow has a nylon housing. 
  • Both the TTC Bluish White V2 and the Outemu Cream Yellow have a POM stem. 
  • They have relatively similar operating forces with the TTC Bluish White V2 having a slightly lighter operating force at 42g while the Outemu Cream Yellow is 45g. 
  • The TTC Bluish White V2 has a slightly longer travel at 3.5mm while the Outemu Cream Yellow is 3.3mm.
  • The tactility between the TTC Bluish White V2 and the Outemu Cream Yellow are very similar, but the bump on the TTC Bluish White V2 is very slightly more crisp than the Outemu Cream Yellow.
  • Both the TTC Bluish White V2 and the Outemu Cream Yellow are silent switches, but the Outemu Cream Yellow feels more mushy due to the silicone dampening on the rails of its stem and the TTC Bluish White V2 has a slightly louder upstroke. 

TTC Bluish White V2 Silent Tactile vs Durock Shrimp Silent Tactile

  • The TTC Bluish White V2 and the Durock Shrimp both have a PC top housing and a POM stem.
  • The TTC Bluish White V2 has a PA66 bottom housing material while the Durock Shrimp has a polymer nylon bottom housing material. 
  • The TTC Bluish White V2 has an operating force of 42g while the Durock Shrimp has a bottom-out force of 67g. 
  • The TTC Bluish White V2 has a total travel of 3.5mm while the Durcok Shrimp has a total travel of 4mm.
  • The Durock Shrimp has a slightly louder upstroke than the TTC Bluish White V2. Possibly due to the TTC Bluish White V2 having a ring around the top of the stem that provides dampening on the top out.
  • The Durock Shrimp has a much sharper and crisp tactile bump than the TTC Bluish White  V2. 

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