[FS] Squishy Tacts (SKEYAJA010) & Dual-Action Tacts (TMHF07)

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I am selling light blue squishy tact switches (Alps SKEYAJA010) and dual-action tacts (Zhejiang Yibao TMHF07) at cost. No markups, no scalping, no BS! You pay the same wholesale price per switch as I did, plus shipping! :awesome:

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Alps SKEYAJA010

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Price per switch
$ 0.16 (16 cents/pc)

Quantity available
x6 bags of 100pcs ± 3pcs: $16 / bag

x12 bags of 200pcs: $32 / bag

Limit of 1 bag per person!


Alps SKEYAB028A (orange squishy tacts) have been discontinued, and are getting difficult to find. Alps SKEYAJA010 (light blue squishy tacts) have the exact same dimensions (7.8*7.8*5mm) and actuation force (120gf) as orange squishy tacts. They feel identical and look awesome. Alps SKEYAJA010 datasheet

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In the interest of transparency: I bought 4000pcs of SKEYAJA010 for 1CN¥ each (¥3999.90). After taxes (¥279.99), fees (USD 17.71), and shipping (USD 32.54), the total was USD 640.45. This works out to USD 0.16 (16 cents) per switch, so that's what you'll pay! These switches cost 35 cents each on AliExpress, so this is a very good deal.

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Zhejiang Yibao TMHF07

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TMHF07 are the classic dual-action tacts you know and love. They are perfect for trigger buttons in Gamecube and Wii portables. These cost USD 0.10 in bulk, so a full reel of 1k pcs costs me $100.

Price per switch
$ 0.10 (10 cents/pc)

Quantity available
x550 switches (please order in increments of 10)

Limit of 50pcs per person!

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Limit of one bag of blue squishy tacts and 50 dual-action tacts per person.
Shipping within the continental US is usually <$5 via USPS, and I will ship orders out within a week of ordering.

Reply to the thread or DM me on Discord (yveltalgriffin) if you'd like to purchase switches. First come, first served!
 
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Bumping for visibility! I still have 3000 squishy tacts and 550 dual-action tacts in stock.

What doesn't sell between now and April will be brought to MGC 2024.
 
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Do you still have the squishy tacts? I'm interested in buying a bag of 100.
 
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Do you still have some of the blue squishy tacts available to purchase? I'm looking to order 50 of them
 

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Do you still have the squishy tacts? I'm interested in buying a bag of 100.
Yes, I keep the quantities in both posts up-to-date! I'll DM you to coordinate the transaction.

Do you still have some of the blue squishy tacts available to purchase? I'm looking to order 50 of them
Sorry, the smallest quantity I can sell is 100pcs. Otherwise all my spare time will be consumed by counting out tact switches. Feel free to DM me here on the forums if you decide you want a 100pc bag.
 
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Sorry for the silly question, but I'm trying to find better shoulder switch for my portable N64; I have squishy tacts currently, and I'm not getting the most 'positive' feedback from them.

What are the dual tacts like? Are they more like a 'clicky' type? Any recommendations? :)
 

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Sorry for the silly question, but I'm trying to find better shoulder switch for my portable N64; I have squishy tacts currently, and I'm not getting the most 'positive' feedback from them.

What are the dual tacts like? Are they more like a 'clicky' type? Any recommendations? :)
Dual tacts have 2 actuations. The first actuation is like a softer click, not like a squishy tact but not as sharp as a clicky tact. The second click is much sharper and feels much more like a regular clicky switch. For an N64 build though I personally would prefer to use something with only one actuation cause otherwise you'll have a useless click and it'll just feel weird imo.
 
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