We aim at providing high grade custom mechanical keyboard accessories and kits. From the smallest components like springs to the enticing and eye catching kits, we will keep on forcing ourselves to the brink of the creativity border in hopes of delivering something refreshing and creative to the community.
Sleek, seamless, eye-catching piece of art. Built for daily abuse, or gracefully displayed under spot light.
A keyboard packed with utility in a compact size.Interest check here!
We are excited to bring a lovely member to the community - Marshmallow! It is equipped with, well, a very lovely and delicious color combo, as well as an intoxicating feature - so smoooooth you'd find this a crime to be that smooth. And of course, our crown jewel, Thic Thock Spring!
Material: Custom Nylon housing with POM stem
Spring: Thic Thock MP Series 68g - Gold plated
Actuation Force: ~50g
Actuation Distance: ~1.4mm
Factory Lubrication? NO
Feature: Smooth Criminal, Premium Grade Progressive Spring, Too Cute
Top Clack's full review:
Thic Thock Springs V2 comes with a new premium custom material imported from Japan. Comparing to V1, which was made of custom material imported from Korea, V2 delivers a smoother experience with a firmer and more flexible spring structure. V2 is only purchasable on our site, Get'em now!i want stronk sprongs
"With SPRiT 68g SLOW you crash into the bottom, the force curve is literally flat. No spring I tried is that flat.
MP68g on the other end is progressive, it's easy but consistent to press and gets a bit round (bit stiffer) towards the end. Gateron yellow is a bit like that, but 68g MP is a bit more progressive and a bit less heavy (Gateron Yellow was a bit heavy for my taste)
It ain't cheap but I personally really like its force curve
Probably my end game linear spring"
— Antiliant #0953
"I just put MP68g in my inks
I can confirm that they feel awesome"
— MudkipMao #0420
"...I have it right now on my tangies with 62g DL springs. It’s really similar to sprit63.5g. Resistance is good, it’s not too soft and not too hard. I’ve been using it as a daily driver and can’t help but come back to it after typing on stock 62g sakurios. Imo these sakurios feel too soft and the typing experience is quite dull on it. 62g thicthock is springy, bouncy and very satisfying..."
— Mybananasock #9673