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Lily58 Pro Keyboard Kit

Lily58 Pro Keyboard Kit

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Switch Type
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

Precompiled 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 (Headers to Direct Attach)
56 x Switches
56 x Keycaps

Optional Items
2 x EZ-Solder Headers (Enable Controller Hot Swap)

Build Instructions
Lily58 Pro Build Guide

This keyboard is designed originally by Naoki Katahira and modified to create the Pro RE by Ergohaven
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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
lily58 pro

Takes a little getting used to keyboard layout.

Pcb pads fell off on one side while trying to bridge two pads for OLED. Will have to live with it.

My first Kit, first time soldering, overall good kit but recommend getting spare components

Quality kit, but you're given like 1 extra diode if you make a mistake so I suggest looking at buying just a bit extra components. Those diodes are so small. Spent an hour looking through carpet to find the ones I dropped.

The oled display is not really compatible with hotswap controllers. Basically you solder in the hotswap headers then the controller, but after, you have to solder in the display which will cover the controller, which didn't make sense to me so I opted to not put in a display.

Great kit, fun build

I'm now using the keyboard at home and at work. The build guide didn't have any info on the Helios board, so in case others are wondering, the top two through holes are unused. You can use the ground pins to line things up with the lily58 kicad schematic. Also, flashing a helios just takes copying a uf2 file to the board once you've reset it and mounted it as a storage drive.

I had a lot of fun building it and a mild panic until I figured out the last bit!

Great little split keyboard

Great split keyboard layout, nice kit.


Great kit.