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Great addition to my Razer Huntsmen Tournament Edition keyboard. Some keys had multiple stems, I used 2 o-rings per stem. Number of rings needed for your board and preference will vary.
Don't expect a dramatic sound difference. It is quiter but not by huge degree. The feel is a more noticeable difference. You get slightly less travel and a nice cushion when bottoming out. Overall my board is quiter and feels alot better to me.
I got a new keyboard with Cherry MX switches. I was hoping they weren't too loud but unfortunately it still was a bit too loud. (my first mechanical keyboard). These rings not only dampened the sound (not completely, the source of the sound is a bit more complex) but also made the typing height more comfortable.
These are pretty inexpensive and great for noobs who are getting into keyboard modding. I paired these o-rings with my GK61 with Gateron Brown switches. They dampened the end travel 'clack' of each key press but not by a whole lot. These are designed to make subtle difference, not too noticeable. I tried o-rings with my other keyboard with Cherry MX Speed Silver switches, but they made the key travel too short, which warranted unwanted key presses while gaming. I can recommend these if you find your keyboard switches make too much noise, it may not solve the problem completely, but they will help.
The white O-rings I got made most of the keys on my Razer Black Widow Ultimate 2016 noticeably quieter. Some keys (like the "A" key) didn't get much quieter at all for some reason. Keys with a stabilizer bar (ex. Spacebar, Shift, Enter key, etc) did not get any perceivable quieter.
Got these to dampen the clickity clack of my mechanical keyboard(cherry blue switches). Obviously the o rings aren't going to completely mute the keys, but they definitely dampen the harshness when the keys bottom out. If you have an RGB keyboard, the clear rungs allow the light to shine through. A bit tedious to install but I found it fun honestly. 6 bucks well spent IMO!
Used these on a mechanical keyboard that had red switch to get rid of the plastic on plastic bottoming out sound when keys were pushed. Worked as intended about a 2nd batch to apply to other keyboards.
Purchase them and try them out, they're pretty cheap, nothing that'll hurt your wallet, over all they make your mechanical keyboard feel sort of membrane-ish thus making your keyboard just that tad bit quieter and cool feeling if you're gaming.. Solid product 5/5