A year ago I told you about teen product designer Nick Bain and his dry-erase light switch cover. Now he’s launched the Switch Port as a Kickstarter project seeking $750 in funding. The Switch Port is a replacement light switch cover that doubles as a dry-erase message board. The cover has been CNC milled and coated in an enameled in epoxy to prevent ink from soaking in and allowing you to use it over and over again. The cover has been designed to allow the included dry-erase marker to rest on top so it’s always available to write a quick note. Pledges start at $12 for one switch and go up to $75 for seven Switch Ports. If 16 year old Nick is successful in funding this project, he’ll become the youngest person to fund a new product. For more info visit the Switch Port Kickstarter page.
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