This low-profile foodswitch is well build with a sturdy metal casing. It's design is very simple, I love it.
But what I miss is that nowhere is said that the wiring configuration is like it is normally closed (N.C.) and so interrupting when you press. That is the other way round compared to the momentary switches that I owned before, and some devices that I own and I wanted to use this switch for to expect normally open (N.O.) circuitry.
Well, the thing is this can be easily modified. But you need to grab a 2.0 mm Allen key and a soldering station.
Change the red wire and rewire it to the middle pole of the internal microswitch and it will be N.O. I really missed this in the manual - I mean for a lot of people this rewiring procedure is not such a big deal.
Mind that the cheapo jack cable that comes along is a bit on the short side and of poor quality. Nevertheless, good value for money rate.