5 Really Interesting Kickstarters @ CrowdSupply


The Portland Press – a consumer french press (life-time guarantee)

a responsibly made consumer (and sustainable) product.

If it breaks we’ll replace it for you.

cost: $45 – $159
Official website

Tsunami – arduino-based signal generator

The Tsunami is a powerful and flexible signal generator built on the Arduino platform. It’s the best way to get started experimenting with analog signals, and a great tool for a huge variety of tasks, too.

cost: $60+
Official website @ Arachnid Labs

Goodwell – an Open Source Modern Toothbrush

costs: $40+

Novena – an open-hardware computing platform, flexible and powerful, designed for use as a desktop, laptop, or standalone board.

If you can’t hack it you don’t own it.

cost: $550 – $5000
Official website

Modos – a modular furniture system that uses connectors and boards to make desks, shelves, standing desks and stools.

Official website
cost: $25 – $625

This is the result of open-source hardware and software. A lot of people are creative, smart and curious.

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