I have found the keys on the twiddler 3 to be disappointing, personally.
- The keycaps are a hard plastic.There is no rubber between this hard plastic and the switch, leaving the buttons to feel like they are loosely floating in the case.
- There is an audible click, similar to pressing a switch the side of a phone, though the buttons are loose and feel less precise than that.
- Travel time is based solely on the looseness (imprecision) of the button, mentioned above. Other than that, there is minimal travel time, think the distance of the scissor switches on your laptop, maybe less.
A few of my buttons (the default F key, for example) will spam. I use my Twiddler on walks mainly, not looking at the screen. On these walks, my phone registered that I pressed a button 8+ times when I pressed it once. I've looked at my phone and saw the letter repeated 20 times before. I thought it was a network issue, but I'm seeing it in untethered mode, too. For someone who enjoys a snappy and precise mechanical keyboard, I can see this lack of precision being a deal-breaker for you.
Further, the paint has rubbed off of each key within a month's use. I imagine they don't find the text that important, expecting us to configure the keyboard from default to a layout of our liking, but it gave the impression that it was made cheaply.