Frequently Asked Questions
The answer depends on what kind of switches you have, but in the large majority of cases, filming your switches decreases housing wobble and greatly improves sound profile.
These switch films are 0.15mm thick and should work on most switches. We tested them on switches manufactured from JWK (Durocks, Alpacas, Tangies, etc.) and can confirm that they fit perfectly with their molds. Please note that switches vary, so we recommend checking to see if your switches are compatible with 0.15mm films, if you're unsure. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions regarding compatibility.
These films have been designed to exclude the middle film section that you see in most films. Kelowna identified that this middle section was responsible for causing switch jamming (can cause linear switches to have a tactile-like bump) and was not functionally needed.
The Kelowna V2 Films also feature greater rigidity. This allows them to be reusable unlike with other films, which require replacing after reopening a switch. This rigidity also means that these films stand alone and do not need to be peeled before use.