Gazzew U4T Boba Switches

CAD $8.50

Out of stock

(2 customer reviews)

Latest in the Gazzew switch line are the highly-coveted U4T Boba switches! Available in two spring weights, built with high quality materials and tuned to near-perfection from constant feedback, these thocky tactiles shine in any board!

Switches come bundled in groups of 10.

  • Switch Type – Tactile.
  • Material – Custom Plastic Mix.
  • Manufacturer – Outemu.
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Description

Gazzew has wowed the community again with the new U4T tactile switch! We’ve been waiting to carry this switch for a little while now so we’re extremely excited to be able to provide it to the community. Using the same housing and leaf as the U4 Bobas, these switches differ in the colour of the stem and the lack of dampening pads in the stem, resulting in the “Thock” of the U4T.

The U4T Boba switch is a medium tactile switch with a D-bump with no pretravel on the downstroke, a solid bottom-out, and a nice pop on the upstroke. The stroke all the way through is smooth, thanks to the housing and stem material composition, and has a thocky bottom-out that has become very sought after. Gazzew has also gone to the effort of designing a new leaf to not only be linear and tactile friendly, but also to reduce leaf ping. The use of high-quality Korean stainless steel springs helps prevent spring ping as well.

Unlike the U4 Bobas, there are only white-top versions of this switch, but are also available in 62g and 68g spring weights!

Typing Test

Stock

Lubed

Additional information

Weight 0.016 kg
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 2 cm
Spring Weight

62g, 68g

2 reviews for Gazzew U4T Boba Switches

  1. Hypnotiqiv (verified owner)

    Better than zilents and zealios, and cheaper uwu

  2. tspandroid123 (verified owner)

    The switches are great, but the quality control was horrible for my batch at least. About 25 of my 100 switches had terribly bent or twisted pins

    • Ashkeebs

      Hey there, glad you like the switches! The bent pins are a result of the way they are packaged to us, so unfortunately there’s nothing we’re able to do about it. It is being looked into for future batches, though! I can’t say I’ve ever heard of any pins being twisted, though.

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