Healios/Sakurios/Rosélios

Healios/Sakurios/Rosélios

Overview

Absolute end-game for silent switches, perfect for a polycarbonate build!

Linear – 62g/67g bottom-out

/ Orange, Pale Pink, and Pastel Pink Variants
/ Price – $1.20/switch
There is not a lot of room for negativity on the Rosélios/Healios switch: it’s quiet, it’s smooth, and it’s pretty. Zeal has conducted vast amounts of R&D on each of his switches for them to be the quality that they are, and it shows. Currently running in my Aanzee, the Rosélios is the quietest switch that I’ve had the chance to use, with excellent smoothness to boot. The only downside is the high price per-switch, and this can deter a number of people from trying them out, especially foreign buyers dealing with currency conversion. Then again, some things are worth the expenditure, and I would say this certainly is.
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Pros

Top-of-the-line silent switch
Very smooth both stock and lubed
Beautiful stem colours, especially the Sakurios/Rosélios variants
Perfect for stabilizer/spacebar keys
Little-to-no stem wobble due to clear Gateron housing

Cons

Highest cost on a single switch available from a vendor

Conclusion:

Whether you’re using 3204, 205g0, another Krytox variant, or a custom mix like Zeal’s GHV4, you’re guaranteed to enjoy the quiet thock of Healios, Sakurios, and Rosélios.
Source: Healios
Source: Sakurios/Rosélios