Banana Split/Macho Switches Review with Guide-( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

If you are looking for a guide on Banana Split/Macho switch review, and different questions about the banana split, then this is the right post.

Everything you want to know about these switches will be covered in this blog.

Let’s dive right in!

What are banana split/macho switches?

Banana Split switches are a linear type of switch. The housing is composed of a blend of nylon, polycarbonate and stainless steel. The switch has an actuation of 62g.

Each unit ordered comes with 25 Banana Split switches included.

banana split or macho switch

Banana split/Macho switches Review

I like using linear switches for gaming. Here, I would be reviewing linear switches known as the banana split switch, also known as a macho switch.

Banana Split switches are the switches of choice for gaming. It’s a switch I have grown to enjoy over the past month I have had it on my board. 

The actuation point is 62g, meaning that the spring requires 62 grams of force to actuate the switch. The housing is a spring, nylon, and polycarbonate-blend housing. 

The stem is made out of POM. This switch is sold in packs of 25. Also, this switch is very smooth to type.

This is a great switch for folks who want a slimmer profile and smoother travel than Cherry MX Blues. Perfect for typing and gaming. I really like the smoothness it provides.

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These switches are great for gaming and typing. I like them for gaming, I might look for a heavier switch like the MX Blues or Blacks. But for typing and normal gaming, these are perfect and I prefer linears very much.

Specifications

Switch TypeLinear
Bottom out force62g
Spring PlatingGold Plated spring
Housing MaterialNylon and PC blended housing
Stem MaterialPOM
PrelubedYes
Designed ByC3
Made byJWK

Banana split/Macho switches sound

This switch is a great upgrade for any Cherry MX keyboard. The banana split/macho switches feature a low profile and silent operation, making it ideal for gaming. 

This silent sound is like other linears available like the Red switches.

If you like silent sounding keyboard switches, then you will like the banana split keyboard switch.

Are banana split/Macho switches heavy?

Banana switch springs are of 62g which feels a slight on the heavier side considering the Cherry Red to be only 45g actuation force.

Alpaca V2 vs banana split/macho switches: Which is better?

Here is the comparison of banana split/macho switches with the Alpaca v2 switches.

Alpaca V2Banana Split
Sound ProfileQuieterSilent and deep satisfying sound
Switch TypeLinearLinear
Typing experienceSmootherSmooth
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Where to buy banana split/macho switches

Banana Split switches are available in many online stores like

  • Alibaba, 
  • thekeycompany, 
  • Ashkeebs, 
  • Proto[Typist].

What is the actuation force of banana splits/macho?

The actuation force of banana split/macho switches is 62g which is good. The bottom out force is 62g.

How many banana/macho split switches do you get?

Banana Split switches are compatible with Razer keyboards.

How many banana/macho split switches do you get?

In a single unit you get 25 banana split switches.

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What kind of switches are banana splits/macho ?

Banana Split switches are of linear type mechanical switches.

Conclusion

Let’s conclude!

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