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Here are 5 products where you can get all the benefits of being a Kickstarter backer, without taking the risk or paying full price.




1. For the Active Adventurer

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The Bomber Barrel Duffel Bag is a heavy-duty carry-on that doesn't look like either dumb gym duffel bag or a stuffy hipster satchel. Disguise yourself as a proper adult with a proper adult bag for $69.99, 65% off the original price.

You may have your everyday essentials down pat, but getting them from point a to point b is a different struggle. The Bomber Duffle is made for people like you. From its premium, weather-resistant materials to its carefully designed pockets to house the big and the small, this bag will take your organization to new heights. Plus the included travel kit will keep your even smaller essentials right where you left them. Kickstarter's most funded bag ever!

  • Bomber duffle & travel kit included
  • Adjustable premium quality, padded quick release shoulder strap
  • Wraparound rivet reinforced carry handles w/ padded velcro grip
  • Inner pocket for small essentials
  • Outer pocket for small essentials
  • Ultra lightweight design

For more details, go here.


 
2. For the Lazy Pet-Owner

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The EcoQube C Aquarium lets you own the easiest pet, with even less effort. After all, if you wanted to pick up after a pet, why would you get a fish?

Centered around an aquaponics filter, integrated into the tank to create an all-in-one system that uses plants like basil or mint to keep your aquarium clean, the EcoQube C is clean, durable, and portable. It uses 50% less energy and 90% less water than comparable aquariums while never requiring you to change the filter. You'll be happy, your fish will be happy - it's a win-win.

  • Own an aquarium w/ none of the drawbacks - no need to change the water w/ the aquaponics filter
  • Save up to $250/year by never changing the filter
  • Control your aquarium's lighting w/ the comprehensive LED remote 

For more details, go here.
 
 

 
3. For the Bathroom Humorist

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Illumibowl Toilet Night Light is a fun solution for late-night bathroom runs. For under $13, you can have a disco in your toilet bowl any time you want to

Now you can add any color of LED light to your toilet bowl and see it glow. That means no more stumbling around when you have to go at night. Simply snap it onto the rim and let it shine: it will automatically turn on when someone walks into the bathroom. There are eight color possibilities and patterned illuminations, making quite the show.

  • Turns on & off automatically via motion sensors
  • Sets to the color of your choice or a color-rotate light mode
  • Easy to clean by wiping with a cloth
  • Snaps on in the perfect, splash-proof location
  • Fits any toilet

Your shit may still stink, but at least it will also glow.
 
For more details, go here.
 

4. For the Road Tripper

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Instead of looking down to check directions, keep your eyes on the road! Feel like you're living in a sci-fi movie with Hudway Glass Heads Up Display.

  • View directions & the road at the same time to keep driving more safely
  • See more clearly on both poor visibility & clear days
  • Use w/ any smartphone & any HUD app - it's universally compatible

For more details, go here.
  

 
5. For the Tech Geek

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Smartwatches are known to be, well, pretty dumb. But the Ticwatch Active Smartwatch is a well-reviewed watch is a good fit for Android users. Track your runs, call an Uber, and monitor your fitness from your wrist.

Smartwatches haven't exactly taken off since many models are just too dang complex to work with efficiently. Enter Kickstarter success story, Ticwatch 2. This innovative smartwatch uses a sleek design and its unique Ticwear OS to deliver a powerful, but simple smartwatch experience that will genuinely make your life easier. Speak to it to get an Uber, set reminders, make calls, get text notifications, and much more. Plus, it's geared towards an active lifestyle, letting you track your steps, heart rate, and the distance you've traveled right on the watch.

For more details, go here.

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