KickStarted: Djin, SparkMaker and Musvalk

Today we are going to be talking about some of the kickstarter campaigns that I have stumbled across that have sparked my interest. Djin, SparkMaker and Musvalk. Lets just dip right into it and explore these great upcoming projects!

Meet Djin

Djin is a small wallet that gives you access to everything it contains with one quick motion. Containing a clip for cards and cash, a slide pocket for some change, usb drive or a loose key or two and a hidden stash drawer for your more valuable items. Djin comes in your choice of leather or microfiber and comes with an RFID-Blocking card. Capable of holding up to 10 cards, 20 bills or any combination of the two. Djin has been backed by over 7,700 backers which have pledged over $405,000 of the modest $25,000 goal. Being one of the most funded projects I have seen in recent times.

Why do I Love it?

Djin is a fresh new look at wallets. I love a good wallet and am always on the prowl for the next great thing. Djin offers more than just the ability to carry cards and some cash, it gives you the option to keep your change from rattling loose around in your pocket and even is able to hide some of your more important smaller items. Another great feature Djin offers is an overload prevention ledge. If you use a wallet with elastic you can easily overload them and seriously wear them out which could ruin a secure hold. Djin only allows you to carry what it is capable of carrying.

Need some more information?

Djin is slated to ship its backers December 2017, just in time for the holidays. Early adopter prices varying from $49.00 – $59.00.

Check Djin out on Kickstarter for even more information!

 

SparkMaker

Lets face it. 3D printing is becoming more and more popular with each passing year. Prices for FDM printers go down while newer technologies such as SLA printers are still quite high. Sparkmaker sets out to change that. Bringing affordable SLA 3D printing to everyone in a great desktop format. During its time on Kickstarter, it has brought in over 1,500 backers who have pledged over $350,000 of its $20,000 goal. Capable of printing in high resolution giving you the capability of printing things in much better detail than you see with most FDM printers that are currently on the market.

Why do I Love it?

I absolutely love 3D printing. I firmly believe that 3D printing is going to be a huge part of our lives in the future. Allowing us to create and print useful every day objects and even some not so useful things. SparkMaker’s aim to bring affordable 3D printing to everyone is also a big plus. In the last few years FDM printers have come down in price but newer SLA printers can still be out of reach for most people. Aiming to be at or below $100 for the printer not including resin. Having a small desktop footprint is also great. If you are new to the 3D printing world and want something small, affordable and easy to use, SparkMaker may be for you!

Need some more information?

Dimensions: 10 x 6.7 x 6.7 inches
Max build area: 4 x 2.2 inches
Weight: 6.6 pounds

Check SparkMaker out on Kickstarter for even more information!

 

Musvalk

Pocket knives and other cutting tools are still so well ingrained in our lives that everyone has the need for one nearly every day of their lives. I carry one with me every day since they have proved so useful and I rather not go without it. Musvalk has set the stage to make you take another look at how you view an EDC knife. Musvalk’s blade has been designed with Zirconium Dioxide Ceramic giving it a tough backbone and a sharpness that is only rivaled by Diamond. This blade material also reduces the weight by 25% over standard steel. Adding more to Musvalk’s light weight the sheath is constructed with both zytel and carbon fiber and its scales are also constructed from carbon fiber. Musvalk uses titanium hardware to hold it all together. Musvalk has been backed by over 2,700 people and has raised over $151,000 of its $25,000 goal.

Why do I Love it?

I have always been one to carry a knife with me every single day. I always find a need for it. Musvalk is something new that really caught my eye. With an interesting and near futuristic design, using cutting edge materials that you don’t often see in the knife world. You will not see many EDC blades that use any sort of ceramic as most ceramics are not tough enough to keep up with most daily tasks other than food prep. Musvalk’s design also affords it the option of you carrying it around your neck or as a lanyard. It also gives a low profile design that most neck knives do not have.

Need some more information?

Musvalk is supposed to ship December 2017. If you pledge $38.00 you will receive one.

Dimensions: 90mm x 25mm x 8mm
Cutting edge: 21mm
Blade Thickness: 4mm

Check Musvalk out on Kickstarter for even more information!

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