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The Hottest Kickstarter Campaigns, 10/03/14

Cheers to you, weekend. You sexy beast, you. 

Water Fall

Price:$79
Status: $26,909 of $50,000 goal
Estimated delivery: March 2015
If you're tired of pulling infomercial-level spillage every time you go refill your water bottle with filtered water from the Brita pitcher, this snazzy new system should cut you a break. It makes it easy to fill narrow-brimmed vessels with H20 filtered through the top reservoir without incident and on demand. And it's sexy to boot.


It's A Month! Calendar

Price:$45
Status: $5,723 of $26,000 goal
Estimated delivery: November 2014
In the words of the creators of this three-by-four-foot splashy tear-off 2015 wall calendar, "Why know what the date is, when you could just know what month it is?" We couldn't agree more.

Mazing Art

Price: $20+
Status: $5,721 of $5,000 goal—FUNDED
Estimated delivery: November 2014
What do you do for fun? This guy paints and draws eye-catching wall prints that, upon closer inspection, reveal themselves to be wildly intricate solvable mazes. He's got a whole stable of rad readymade ones of different sizes up for sale, but is also down to create custom concepts if you're feeling special.


8-Inch Gummi Bear Skeleton Candles

Price:$40
Status: $6,690 of $5,000 goal—FUNDED 
Estimated delivery: November 2014
Oh! What a cute little gummi bear cand—oh my God, what's happening?!? Ummm, gummi bear, you ok? Looks like that waxy skin of yours is melting right off, exposing some horrific metal skeleton. Cool trick!

OLAF Scooters

Price:$313
Status: $21,606 of $27,000 goal
Estimated delivery: January 2015
Question: What are most rolling carry-on travel bags missing? Answer: a built-in scooter. This 25-liter piece of luggage transforms from your average rolling bag into a not unembarrassing mode of transportation with a quick kick of a pedal. Finally, a way to both speed through airports without breaking a sweat to make short connections and give weary fellow travelers something to laugh at (you).


Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor. He's had his fair share of Home Alone-style airport sprints.