Input Club's Hako Switches
Hako switches, designed by HaaTa (Jacob Alexander), use Kaihua Box switch architecture and a custom slider to achieve their smooth tactility. The carefully measured springs fill two roles in all Hako designs. First, they lighten preload to reduce jarring finger impacts. Second, they add cushion near bottom out. This results in a more comfortable experience for all typists, regardless of their typing style.
Hako True switches are designed to be spiritually similar to 55g Topre, while Hako Clear switches are a touch closer to Cherry MX Clear. Both switches use the same slider mechanism and differ only with the weight of the spring.
The advertised ergonomic improvements are accompanied by general design updates like per-switch drainage and reduced stem wobble. You can view measurements on Input Club’s Comparative Switch Guide.
These are sold in packs of 10.