Megalodon Triple Knob Macro Pad

Variant: Yellow
Sale price$79.00




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  • Hot Swappable
  • 3 Clickable Knobs
  • 4 Layers with Display
  • Back Light: 16 RGBs (ws2812)
  • VIA Compatible
  • VIA Auto-Detection (Firmware updated required for purchasers before Apr 2023)
  • VIA Online Remapping (Firmware updated required for purchasers before Apr 2023)

Remapping Instructions:

We have been introducing a new firmware, which enables the macro pad to be auto-detected by VIA, and you can also remap it online, check out the guide and see how to update your Macro Pad to the latest firmware:

  • Housing Material: Aluminum 6063
  • Translucent Acrylic Base
  • D/M: 142x96x32 (mm)
  • Weight: 320 Grams
  • Process: CNC
  • Surfacing: Anodized/Electrophoresis
  • Keys: 16
  • 16 Gateron Yellow Switches are included
  • 16 Blank XDA keycaps included
  • 3 Knobs, clickable
  • 4 Layers, can be displayed on the screen.
  • 0.91 Inch OLED Screen
  • Connection: Type-C

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 52 reviews
    Bader M
    I didn’t expect it to be this perfect!

    The pad is great but the software needs to be developed to be better and more controls to be add.

    Cesar de la Cal Bretschneider
    Excellent Keeb, excellent keyboard

    The service keebmonkey provides was excellent. Shipping was fast and everything was handled great. The keyboard comes very well packaged.. The keyboard is absolutely excellent. The build quality superb. Can definitely recommend. It looks great on the desk and works very well. Works well with linux! I enjoy the macropad a lot <3

    masaki kondo

    Megalodon Triple Knob Macro Pad

    Adam Bishop
    Overall Good

    Was able to install my own macros. Minus one point for confusing setup. Works well after that, I like it.

    Be warned - it does not appear to work on my work PC. At first, it works correctly on my work PC. But then Windows says it's installing new device. This removes the functionality and the buttons don't do what they're supposed to. It also makes my regular work keyword stop working for some reason, requiring PC restart. Whatever Windows does in this installation process renders it useless.

    That's not the macro keyboard's fault, it is windows. So if you don't intend to use at work, or if you know a workaround, this will greatly increase your productivity. I really like mine.

    Great for 2 days.

    A FEW DAYS LATER from the update below: Contact with manufacturer/distributor has been exceptionally slow and spotty. (12 hour response time promised to make things worse.) In my attempts at repair as started below. I bricked it with a bad flash file. I read all the reviews and did see a fair number of QC issues, but rolled the dice. It came up snake-eyes and I'm SOL. For the 2 days it worked, I loved it. Buyer beware and all that. I've my box of scraps pictured below.

    UPDATE: As of 30 minutes ago the pad crashed after I pressed the large knob mapped to mute. The LEDs were gone, the display went black and functions ceased. Unplug/replug the 4th LED on the 2nd row would briefly flash green, then fade. No response. After attempt on multiple computers and docs I got the first row of LEDs back and the first 3 LEDs on the second row. The screen is back. Function otherwise seems to be in order. I have reflashed 2 firmwares to no avail on fixing this issue. I'll post again should things change.

    This is a component with which to build productivity tools upon. It is NOT a complete and ready to use device. You need to make it your own. Much like Lego doesn't come preassembled nor does Lego require you to build in a certain way; this macropad is your to make your own, even if you need to learn a bit to make it happen. Just what I was hoping for!

    So, far, minimal progress. I have flashed a few different firmwares each with its own peculiarities. I settled on as it gave me more layers (I've yet to imagine what I'll use them for) and automatic detection with Vial. I've matched this with AutoHotKey (AHK) passing the heavy lifting off to it for some things.

    Top Left Key: tap opens VSCode with project1, double tap and it opens VSCode with project2, hold and it opens up vVSCode in a blank workspace, tap and hold it opens up documentation for AHK2.

    Sure it took me a couple hours to get here, but I look forward to several more getting my initial setup and then tweaking it more and more as time progresses. I take it as training until my Dygma Defy comes in.

    Richard L. Lachance
    OK, I found a solution to assign special characters to keys

    A simple solution that works for me:

    1) Use AutoHotKey to assign a special character (or character sequence) to a unused FN key:
    Ex: assign greek mu symbol to Ctrl+F2
    ^F2::Send, µ

    2) Assign C(KC_F2) to a key using VIA or json file
    "layers": [

    Also, could use a macro building the unicode character:

    "macros": [

    Broke after 3 months

    Got my KB16 for Xmas. Was using it for animation editing. I plugged it in yesterday to find most of the LEDs no longer work and the 3rd column of keys are not responding (and reporting as held down in the matrix tester). I've tried updating to the new firmware. It updated, but didn't fix the issue. Hoping to have it fixed or replaced.

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