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Who are we?

We’re a group of young guys from the Netherlands, that know each other from a long history of gaming. We got fed up with the gaming stereotype and terrible customer communication by major "gaming" companies and decided to start for ourselves.

Our story (so far)

An idea was conceived.
Calder, Jeroen and Erik came together to create the Wooting one.

2015 July

2016 February

The Wooting one prototype & announcement.
We created the first prototype and publicly announced our plans.

Successful Kickstarter - Raised €135,786.
Thanks to our amazing backers for bringing Wooting alive and the Wooting one into the world.

2016 June

2017 March

1st Mass production - Failed.
Making an high amount of analog keyboards is a lot more complicated than anticipated. We learned a tremendous amount after this failed production.

Wooting one delivery - Completed.
All of our backers and early supporters received their Wooting one and started to play Analog

2017 August

2018 February

A factory visit.
Preparing for the Kickstarter launch, Calder visited the a couple of the factories.

2016 May

2016 November

Wooting one trial production.
A smaller production before going into the mass production, danger awakes.

2nd Mass production - Success.
We did it, after many trial and error, we successfully made the first Wooting one mass production.

2017 May


We run Wooting with modern practices, open communication and transparency. At its core, it’s you with us challenging the industry and making impactful products. That’s why we crowdfunded our first product, the Wooting one, and keep the community at heart.

Currently, our mission is to make analog keyboards an industry standard. We strongly believe it's the next step and are doing our best to support further developments within the field.


The Designer


The Engineer


The Business guy

We created this




RGB fx update.
We did a major requested update by adding various RGB effects, and even some unique analog RGB effects.

2018 April

Will you make a numpad version?
We could finally say yes. With the Wooting two, the fullsize analog mechanical keyboard.

Successful kickstarter (again) Raised €136,041.
Thanks to the amazing backers, the Wooting two became a reality.

2018 June

2018 August

Introducing the analog SDK.
Developers can enjoy both reading the raw analog values as well as controlling the RGB LEDs from all Wooting keyboards.

Wooting two mass production.
This time around the mass production wasn't as challenging, and of course we made some cool vlogs about it.

2018 December

2019 January

Delivering the Wooting two's.
All the backers received their Wooting two's, this time around we packed most of it ourself.

Our own Lekker switch.
We’re doing Lekker our thing with a Lekker switch. The Lekker switch is a hall-effect switch with full analog range.

2019 May

2019 June

Wooting two lekker edition.
The first keyboard that will feature the lekker switch, we went all out with a vibrant and bold design.


Present day

We haven’t stopped and continue to release monthly progress reports and share things behind the scenes. Via our blogposts and livestreams.

The Wooting team are all our supporters and product owners. They give us continuous feedback and share our beliefs. You can join the team on Discord or subscribe to our newsletter. We’re always open for criticism and feedback.

The Wooting team