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Lily58 Pro Keyboard Kit

Lily58 Pro Keyboard Kit

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Lily58 Pro Keyboard Kit

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The Lily58 Pro/Pro RE keyboard is a 6×4+4keys column-staggered split keyboard.

Pro = MX/Choc Switch Support

Pro RE = Rotary Encoder Support

This keyboard runs QMK and the firmware can be found here.


Kit Includes

2 x Lily58 Pro OR Pro RE PCBs

2 x Lily58 Pro FR4 Switch Plates

2 x Acrylic Bottom Plates

2 x Acrylic OLED Covers

1 x TRS Cable

2 x TRRS Jacks

2 x 3x6 Tactile Switches

2 x OLED Displays

4 x 10mm Brass Standoffs

10 x 7mm Brass Standoffs (MX Normal Profile) OR 5mm Brass Standoffs (Choc Low Profile)

58 x Kailh Hotswap Sockets (MX Normal Profile) OR Choc Low Profile Sockets (Choc Low Profile)

58 x Diodes (SMD)

28 x Screws

8 x Rubber Feet


Required to Complete

2 x Pro Micro Controllers (Comes with Headers to Direct Attach)

56 x Switches

56 x Keycaps


Optional Items

1 x Lily58 Pro Tenting Case Kit

1-2 x EC11 Encoders

1-2 x Encoder Knobs

2 x 40 Pin Machined Breakable Female Header (Enable Controller Hot Swap)

2 x 25 Pack Mill-Max Machined Pins


Build Instructions

Lily58 Pro Build Guide


This keyboard is designed originally by Naoki Katahira and modified to create the Pro RE by Ergohaven and information can be found here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Great kit for an affordable price

Parts all came without anything missing.
First time working with kahil hot swaps, and they're amazing! No longer do I have to worry about dripping solder into my milmax sockets.

If you picked the RE version, you would actually have a few extra kahil hot swaps left over.

I also really liked that they added a few extra Diodes on top of what's required (I kinda messed them up and couldn't see the labeling on the direction to solder them)

I also decided to convert mine to wireless using nicenanos running zmk :)