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Want to back this but some of the levels are a bit confusing.  As well as the "adapters".  The graphics on the campaign don't always match the text in the pledge levels.

 

The adapter confusion is the graphic shows size of small, medium and large.  It then shows 4 different base sizes.  SO, does that mean the 3 sizes will handle all of those 4 bases?  OR does it mean there are 3 sizes for each of those 4 bases (for a total of 12).

 

As for graphic to pledge levels.  Take level 15 as an example.  The graphic seems to imply you get:  3 grips, 5 holders, 6 corks, and 8 adapters.  BUT the graphic for the holders also shows a bar.  So do you also get 5 bars?  To clear it up I looked at the pledge itself and it lists all the above mentioned, but of course doesn't list bars at all.  So wondering what the story is!

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For the adapters, I believe it is the 3 sizes will handle those 4 (actually six) base sizes. Right above the graphic it list the sizes:

 

size S: for 20mm square and 25mm round bases

size M: for 30mm round and round lipped bases

size L: for 25mm square and 32mm round bases

 

In the comments section the creator said that all holders come with bars so level 15 would have five bars, you will get to choose the size later. The grips do not come with bars unless it is the pro version.

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For the adapters, I believe it is the 3 sizes will handle those 4 (actually six) base sizes. Right above the graphic it list the sizes:

 

size S: for 20mm square and 25mm round bases

size M: for 30mm round and round lipped bases

size L: for 25mm square and 32mm round bases

 

In the comments section the creator said that all holders come with bars so level 15 would have five bars, you will get to choose the size later. The grips do not come with bars unless it is the pro version.

 

Thanks for the pointers!  I have their last version and like it.  But the changes on the new as well as the new grips look great.  A friend and I are going in on the level 15 I believe.

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I just went in for level 6 which was just a holder with the stabilizer thing on it.

 

Level 6 here, too. Although, the creator said that he will add a pledge level for 1 holder and 1 grip. When he does I'll probably switch to that. I definitely don't need 4 but I'd like to have one of each style for different sized minis.

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I like the look of this thing, with but shipping level 6 is $55CAD.  Pretty sure I can rig something up for less than half that much, which would be admittedly not nearly as attractive, but just as functional.  I've got it starred but I'll probably pass.

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Update 3

 

about creating new pledge levels...

 

Another important update.

 

A lot of questions about creating new pledge levels reached us. We decided now not to create new ones, because we can`t suit it to everybody. If you`re not happy with the levels, don`t worry, you`ll be able to buy all offered items through retailers later 2017. 

 

 

 

Update 4

 

About add ons, extra corks and extra adapters.
 
Just written a first FAQ:
 
No add-ons, we wanted to keep it as uncomplicated as possible. We want to focus on a fulfillment in time. Additional corks and adapters will be available later in 2017 through retailers.

 

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He says he is now looking into having add ons.  Perhaps you will be able to add the single pieces you need to a lower pledge.

 

But I don't think he is prepared to pay backer kit a cut when he came up with the cost of this KS though.  So I'm not holding my breath.

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He says he is now looking into having add ons.  Perhaps you will be able to add the single pieces you need to a lower pledge.

 

But I don't think he is prepared to pay backer kit a cut when he came up with the cost of this KS though.  So I'm not holding my breath.

 

Wise words. This looks like an amazing bunch of products, but it's hard to know what will happen. He started by saying that there would be no add-ons, then there would be, then there wouldn't be, and now there might be. All within 24 hours. I sent him a PM and he said he wants to use the backerkit to let backers add whatever they want (a grip, as many adapters as we want, etc..). Could get messy with so many backers. 

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