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Here is the latest update.  If you have made double pledges or expected to make multiple add-on purchases read this.

If you wanted to buy, but aren't sure... read and act fast!



Update #13



As you know, this is our first KS and some things we couldn`t know before we launched we learned after the first week.

It is now time to correct these things, otherwise we could come in trouble.


We will close the second shipping wave in the next days to save the shipping dates for all backers in the second wave. (The first wave is still save!)

Then we will open a third and last wave. The third wave will be limited from the beginning on!


Some of you have double pledged because we allowed it when we launched. We are really sorry... we have to revise this. We decided that there will be NO option in the backerkit surveys to add complete pledge levels.

So, if you have double pledged, please undo your second pledge and decide for just one pledge. Please reduce your pledge amount accordingly. Maybe painful for some of you but really necessary for us to not get in trouble.


Another painful decision: The add-ons we offer in this KS and on backerkit afterwards, will belimited to just one add-on of each per backer!!!

If you have added more money for more than one of the same add-on please undo!!!

Regiment painters... don`t worry, you can easily use one adapter more than 40 times: so if you have just 5 adapters, you can easily paint 200+ models with these.

Don`t forget: all these products comes to market end 2017, where you can buy additional stuff.

We hope you can understand our decisions. It`s nice to have more and more money BUT in the end we also want to keep a good handling, when it comes to production of your items and packing them.

Thanks soo much so far, you are great,

Jan, Hali and Stephan

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Im in for pledge level 36 (1x grip & bar). Its pretty expensive as thats $60CAD but i could really use this i just hope one of the earlier shipping pledges opens up




EDIT: Pledge level 6 just opened up and I jumped on it yay feb shipping +adapter for a couple more bucks is worth it

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I'm still using the first paint pots I ever bought to mount my minis. I figure that if I can use paint pots for 25 years, these holders should last at least as long. If they are more comfortable to hold, it will be worth the expense in the long run. I lost my will save and decided to go for the all-in pledge level. >.<'

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In terms of comfort these are definitely worth it, at least for me. I used to use old pill bottles and corks but after long painting sessions, my hand would start to hurt. I do not have that problem with these and they make it easy to hold the mini upside down for painting. It may take you a bit to get used to them but they should be worth it. At least that is my opinion.

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Sweet! They already have these in production. Here are a couple pics from the latest update. There won't be many available pledge levels by the time the 48 hour email is sent out, so anybody who is interested in backing for these may be safer pledging sooner rather than later. Honestly, retail prices probably won't be much more than the KS prices. Waiting is probably a good option for anybody who wants to see reviews before they pony-up for these. 





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