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The Hottest Kickstarter Campaigns, 07/25/14

Oh damn Friday, you lookin’ good.

Cabin

Price: $59+
Status: $135,485 of $50,000 goal—FUNDED
Estimated delivery: November 2014
An innovative phone charging system Apple should have developed years ago, this magnetized case/dock provides the convenience of both a backup battery case and the ability to juice up your iPhone using the standard MacBook charger. Boom, genius. [More…]

Leonard & Church

Price:$70+
Status: $41,970 of $75,000 goal
Estimated delivery: November 2014
Readying a ‘direct-to-consumer’ model to the luxury watch game, Leonard & Church is on a mission to develop mechanical timepieces of the highest quality for guys who love watches but aren’t prepared to take out a second mortgage in order to afford one. To start out they’ll be offering supremely handsome, classic pieces and chronographs for less than $200. Radical.

Aer Duffel Pack

Price: $149
Status: $52,850 of $45,000 goal—FUNDED
Estimated delivery: December 2014
This handy backpack-duffel hybrid is out to solve the age-old gym-going commuter’s frustration once and for all by combining an office-ready bag with a separate compartment for stinky shoes and clothes.

The Vyper Hyperice

Price:$199
Status: $53,313 of $100,000 goal
Estimated delivery: November 2014
If you’ve ever experienced the pleasure of a post-workout foam roller session, you know the near-euphoria a few minutes on there will give you. Think of this thing as a foam roller that vibrates, and has been endorsed by the likes of pro athletes Blake Griffin, Lindsey Vonn, Adrian Peterson, and Troy Polamalu. 

Blink

Price:$59
Status: $91,395 of $200,000 goal
Estimated delivery: May 2015
For property renters and owners who’d rather not invest in a full-on video security system here’s a wireless, HD video system. The battery-powered device can be set up to ping your phone when it detects motion or a change in temp, and is equipped with night-vision, a microphone, and the ability to watch a live stream from your phone. 


Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor. He wrote this from a foam roller.