Ti Click Pen, Plexus Wheel+ back pain reliever, Peak Design Travel Line, and more – Notable crowdfunding campaigns

NEWS – This week we are bringing you info about five different crowdfunding campaigns that are currently running on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. This week’s campaigns are for people who like wallets, pens, traveling, have back issues, and more.

Ti Click EDC : The Ultimate Refill Friendly Click Pen

What is it?

The Ti Click EDC is a titanium pen that’s been designed to accept 100+ ink refills without any hacks.

Why is it cool?

I love Big Idea Design’s pens and have reviewed several of them including the Ti Pocket Pro pen which I carry with me every day. It’s my favorite because there’s no cap to remove but I’ve always thought that the pen could be even better if it was a click pen and my dreams have been answered with their new Ti Click! This pen looks perfect and is designed to be the last pen you ever need to buy. Well at least until Big Idea Design comes out with another one that’s too cool to resist. Does this description sound like I’m a shill for them? If it does, I’m sorry, but I can’t help it because I really love their stuff.

Things to consider before pledging

Nothing should keep you from pledging for one of these pens. This is Big Idea Design’s 24th crowdfunding project and they’ve always delivered quality products.

Where can I find more info?

The Ti Click EDC campaign ends on 8/31/18 and they have already passed their funding goal of $2,000. You can pre-order a Ti Click EDC pen starting at $70. After the Ti Click EDC campaign ends, rewards are estimated to start shipping in November 2018. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

OraSaifu: First All In One Smart Wallet

blurb by Julian Perry

What is it?

OraSaifu: is an all-in-one hardware wallet that is designed to offer a high level of security for Credit Cards and Cryptocurrency.

Why is it cool?

It will offer unlimited storage of Cards including credit cards, membership card, etc, and Cryptocurrency, and protect your data with a bank-level security chip. It promises antitheft capabilities and easy recovery. Its built-in battery has 7 days of battery life per charge.

Where can I find more info?

The OraSaifu campaign ends around the middle of August 2018 and they have already achieved well over 100% of their funding goal of $20,000. You can pre-order starting at $169. After the campaign ends, rewards are estimated to start shipping in October 2018. Visit their Indiegogo page for all the details.

Plexus Wheel+ | The World’s Simplest Back Pain Relief

What is it?

The Plexus Wheel is an easy to use back pain relief tool.

Why is it cool?

I like the Plexus Wheel because it doesn’t require a chiropractor appointment or a physical therapist appointment to use it. Just lay on the floor and roll it under your spine and ahhhhhhhhh. Seriously, this thing is pretty amazing. They sent me a pre-release version and I was impressed by how well it was made and how great the gentle (largest 12-inch wheel) made my tweaked lower back feel after using it just once. Now I’m seriously considering pledging for the other 2 sizes.

Where can I find more info?

The Plexus Wheel campaign ends on 8/25/18 and they have already passed their funding goal of $10,000. You can pre-order a Plexus Wheel starting at $29. After the Plexus Wheel campaign ends, rewards are estimated to start shipping in September 2018. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

Peak Design Travel Line: Versatile Travel Backpack + Packing Tools

What is it?

The Peak Design Travel Line is a carry-on backpack that has been designed for travel (duh!).

Why is it cool?

I have reviewed three different Peak Design products and carried their messenger bag every day for over a year, so I’m familiar enough with their bags to know that I will like the Peak Design Travel Line Backpack.

I like Peak Design bags because they have a ton of little features that take their bags to the next level for Gadgeteers like me, photographers and everyone else.

The best features of their new Travel Line is that their backpack expands to hold enough for the day or enough for a weekend. Add in their packing cubes for camera gear, tech gear, and clothes, and this system looks pretty much perfect for travelers who want to keep their gear neat, tidy, and always at hand.

Things to consider before pledging

Ouch, the backpack is $200+ so this isn’t a pack for the frugal buyers out there. But, it might be the last bag/travel system you’ll need to buy for many years to come, so there is that.

Where can I find more info?

The Peak Design Travel Line campaign ends on 9/20/18 and they have already passed their funding goal of $500,000. You can pre-order a Peak Design Travel Line backpack starting at $235. After the Peak Design Travel Line campaign ends, rewards are estimated to start shipping in December 2018. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

CORI ✈ The 1st Customisable Travel Pillow

What is it?

The CORI is a travel pillow that you can customize for your personal comfort.

Why is it cool?

If you travel alot on planes or trains, you probably get drowsy during the trip. Catching a few ZZZs is a great way to pass the time between destinations, but not if you get a kink in your neck from trying to sleep upright in a chair. That’s why this travel pillow looks good to me. It can be configured in many different ways to support your neck so that you can rest without pain.

Where can I find more info?

The CORI campaign ends on 9/8/18 and they have already passed their funding goal of $7,339. You can pre-order a CORI starting at $31. After the CORI campaign ends, rewards are estimated to start shipping in November 2018. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

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  2. How do the TI pens change length to accommodate different refills? Is it just which way you insert the spring? Expensive, but a great way to reduce the waste generated by replacing multiple pens over a lifetime, plus eliminate carrying multiple pens to accommodate different refills styles. Love this idea!

    1. They use magic 🙂 Seriously though it is a special design that uses a collet to hold the top and the barrel tightens to hold the refill. Tighten less for longer refills and more for shorter refills.

    2. I have their Ti pen, and it’s a two-part adjustment. The clutch or collet down at the writing end lets you adjust the pen to the amount you want sticking out. The rear of the pen (not counting the screw-on cap) can be adjusted to fit the length you wish. Most of the pressure is managed down at the writing tip. The part behind is just balance and ink storage.

      Love my Ti. Bought thru kickstarter with personal funds.

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