The Hottest Kickstarter Campaigns, 09/05/14

It's Friday, suckas. Get after it!


Status: $64,291 of $14,000 goal—FUNDED
Estimated delivery: December 2014
Bulky reusable water bottles can be a real drag. Seriously, screw those guys for taking up so much damn space all the time. That's where these slim plastic containers have you covered. They're shaped to sit flush against your tech and notepads in a messenger or briefcase, and can hold up to 1.25 liters of H20. 

The Money Gun

Status: $307 of $50,000 goal
Estimated delivery: December 2014
For those times your hands simply cannot make it rain at the pace you want, whip out this ray-gun-esque sidearm, load it up with your denomination of choice, and douse your target in a sea of green. Could also be a fun way to begrudgingly pay for things. Oh, the possibilities!


Status: $9,377 of $7,200 goal—FUNDED
Estimated delivery: November 2014
Hovering over your laptop all day long sure isn't doing you any favors, but for those of us not quite ready to make the move to a standing desk, this low-profile stand is a solid alternative. Comprised of two L-shaped pieces of bamboo, it'll prop your computer at an optimal viewing angle. It's compact and travels easily thanks to a pair of magnets that keeps them tethered to one another.

Filmography of Guns

Price: $49
Status: $4,995 of $6,000 goal
Estimated delivery: December 2014
Similar in look and feel to their Filmography of Cars print released last year, Calm The Ham's latest limited edition poster-sized offering is an homage to iconic firearms that have graced TV and movie screens. The 115 hand-drawn weapons are divided up by their type (pistols, revolvers, assault, rocket launcher...) and include all your faves, from Dirty Harry's Smith & Wesson and 007's Walther PPK, to the Star Trek Phaser and Men In Black's Noisy Cricket.

Floating Sauna

Status: $5,086 of $43,000 goal
Estimated delivery: January 2015
Okay, so imagine you're hanging out in a normal sauna. Pretty great, right? Okay, now imagine that sauna is floating in the water like a mini island of blissful rest and relaxation. Holy hell, so much better! Let's make this thing happen, people! 

Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor. He feels naked without his money gun at the ready.