Unlubed, Unfilmed, Lubed, Lubed+, Filmed what’s in a name?

Unlubed = keyboard’s switches have not been lubed at all. Some keyboard users prefer their keyboards this way. Clicky switches are never lubed.

Lubed = keyboard’s switches have been lubed lightly, which is the way of lubing that’s considered the correct one in the keyboard community.

Lubed+ = keyboard’s switches have been lubed more heavily, but not overlubed. Some keyboard users prefer their keyboards this way. Heavily lubed switches are more sensitive and quiet than lightly lubed ones.

Unfilmed = keyboard’s switches have not been filmed. Some keyboard users prefer their keyboards this way.

Filmed = keyboard’s switches have been filmed. A thin film (0.15mm – 0.3mm) has been inserted inside the switches to reduce the stem wobble. Some keyboard users prefer their keyboards this way.

Customer can order his/her keyboard to be just lubed or filmed if he/she prefers it that way.

Every lubed switch has been carefully handlubed, repeating the process identically for every switch. Lubing has taken 10 hours and ensures a consistent feel all over the keyboard. This increases the price of the product. Lubing improves the acoustics of the keyboard and reduces friction in the switches making typing more pleasant.

Watch comparison with unlubed, unfilmed, filmed and lubed, filmed and lubed+keyboards: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-LoRhmVK5I&t=5s:

These keyboards also work with Mac- and Linux -systems. GMMK’s software that can be used to reprogram the keyboard only works with Windows. (Doesn’t work with WINE in Linux).