Titanium pocket knives, Finger phones, Spice spoons and more – Notable crowdfunding campaigns

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This week we have five notable crowdfunding campaigns that include two Titanium pocket knifes, a watch strap that turns your finger into a Bluetooth headset, spoons that decorate drinks and foods and more. Click through for all the campaign details.

Titanium Everyday Carry Pocket Knives: The Strand & The West

What is it?
The Strand and The West are two different Grade 5 Titanium folding pocket knives that are made by the same people who brought use the tiny Bandit keychain knife.

Why do I like it?
I like this campaign because I know how nice these knives are going to be because they sent me one of the little Bandit knives. If that project is any indicator to the quality of The Strand and The West knives, they will be keepers. The Strand is the larger knife with a frame lock and The West is the slimmer model with a slip joint non-locking design.

Where can I find more info?
With only 4 days left in campaign, The Strand & The West knives campaign has already greatly exceeded their funding goal of $23,000. You can pre-order The Strand for $99 and The West for $79. After the Strand & The West campaign ends, the rewards are estimated to start shipping in November 2016. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

SLOPES Black, Instant Stand for GoPro in housing

What is it?
It’s a multi-function stand that has been designed especially for GoPro cameras and provides 18 angles. It’s compatible with the GoPro Hero, Hero+, Hero3, Hero3+ and Hero4.

Why do I like it?
I like it because it makes it easier to position the GoPro without needing a bulky tripod. Another cool feature is that the bottom of the SLOPES stand is compatible with LEGO bricks so that you can build basic and complex mounts for your action camera.

Where can I find more info?
With 25 days left in the campaign, the SLOPES campaign has already met their funding goal of $5,000. You can pre-order a SLOPES for $15. After the SLOPES campaign ends, the rewards are estimated to start shipping in October 2016. Visit their Indiegogo page for all the details.

Sgnl – Make Phone Calls with Your Fingertip

What is it?
It’s a replacement strap for your watch that has a built in microphone and pairs with your phone to create a Bluetooth “headset” that uses your fingers. Just put your index finger in your ear and you’ll hear the conversation in your ear using body conduction technology. No one else will be able to hear your conversation but you.

Why do I like it?
It’s just crazy cool to be able to use your finger has a headset. If you don’t wear a watch, the strap can be worn by itself. The battery is supposed to be able to provide 7 days standby time and 4 hours talk time.

Where can I find more info?
With 31 days still left in the campaign, the Sgnl campaign has already blasted past their funding goal of $50,000 by over $400,000. You can pre-order a Sgnl for $129. After the Sgnl campaign ends, the rewards are estimated to start shipping in February 2017. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

HocuSpoon – The Magic Spice Spoon

What is it?
It’s a spoon that uses interchangeable templates that allow you to decorate your coffee drinks, pastries and more with fun images made of cinnamon.

Why do I like it?
It’s a unique kitchen accessory that will make your family and friends smile when you decorate their food and drinks with small pictures of snowflakes, hearts, smiley faces and much more.

Where can I find more info?
With 27 days still left in the campaign, the HocuSpoon campaign has met their funding goal of $2,000. You can pre-order a HocuSpoon for $24. After the HocuSpoon campaign ends, the rewards are estimated to start shipping in December 2016. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

2017 Make Shit Happen Planner

What is it?
It’s a combination hardcover bound planner, journal and notebook that been designed to help you get stuff done.

Why do I like it?
Although I’m not a fan of the name or the cover style, I do like that it’s made in the US, has a lay flat binding, two ribbon markers, weekly and monthly layouts and more. I’m a sucker for a cool notebook, and I think this one looks like it has potential. Wish they made one with a blank cover though…

Where can I find more info?
With 37 days still left in the campaign, the 2017 Make Shit Happen Planner campaign has met their funding goal of $25,000. You can pre-order a planner for $39. After the 2017 Make Shit Happen Planner campaign ends, the rewards are estimated to start shipping in December 2016. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

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