BlackWidow Elite o-rings?

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by yrilo, Jan 20, 2019.

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  1. yrilo

    yrilo New Member

    Hi,
    does BlackWidows Elite (Orange) supports o-rings? If do, which ones do you recommend? Thanks.
     
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  3. ocp15k

    ocp15k New Member

    I tried using generic ones on my BW Elite Yellow and they don't work unless I put 2 orings per key, using one oring does absolutely nothing. I'm waiting for the ones from the razer store to arrive, if those don't work then razer is in some trouble for recommending it to me as an addon.
     
  4. yrilo

    yrilo New Member

    I can confirm this, but for orange keys. No effect with just one o ring. That o rings that I bought are designed for cherry mx (since I couldn't find for razer switches) and works nice with them. So, put two o rings per key or don't put at all.
     
  5. ocp15k

    ocp15k New Member

    My razer orings are going to arrive this week so i'll let you know how it goes. Btw, how are the orange switches? I was thinking of getting orange but there was nowhere I could test the V2 switches (I was afraid it was going to be scratchy) So I went with a safer bet on yellow switches. Yellow is ok, actuation is really short, so alot of miss press can happen. Also if you spam a key, you actually have to let the key come all the way back up before pressing it down again for it to actuate (because the actuation is set so high).
     
  6. yrilo

    yrilo New Member

    Orange are ok. I needed keyboard for blogging as well for casual gaming. So, oranges are perfect match for me. For now everything is great: no double clicks, quality is moderate (razer vs cherry mx), just what I expected.
     
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