Weekly Top 5 Successfully Crowdfunded Products Issue #1

Weekly Top 5 Successfully Crowdfunded Products Issue #1

Weekly Top 5 Successfully Crowdfunded Products (April 7-13-2014)


It is easy to get lost with the seemingly endless amount of newly crowdfunded products coming out everyday and sifting through them all for the top successful creations through sites like Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and Fundable can get tiresome. Every week is a chance for us to separate, review, and emulate the latest crowdfunded products that have successfully reached their crowdfunding goals through pledges and which will be entering the sellers market as soon as manufacturing is complete. The purpose of this blog is to keep you up to date on the latest in innovation and crowdfunded products every single week so that you don’t miss out on anything new and to help you start planning gift ideas for yourself and your loved ones. To help you out we have compiled a list of our personal favorite crowdfunded products that were successful with funding this past week. We will do our best to present you with the top of the crop every week.


Monkii Bars (Crowdfunded April 7, 2014)

Monkii Bars - Crowdfunded (April 7, 2014

Monkii Bars – The lightweight and ultra-portable suspension training tool that ignites adventure and enables you to work out anywhere.

For all of you health nuts out there who love to be fit as well as spend time outdoors this is the newest in successfully crowdfunded products. Monkii bars are a lightweight and ultra-portable suspension training tool which ignites adventure and enables you to work out anywhere. What we love about this product is that it’s easy to take anywhere, lightweight, adjustable and can hold up to 450lbs making them the perfect addition to your workout tool set. These bars store up to 18 feet of suspension line, can be setup in less than 1 minute and of course are beautifully designed making them a true conversation piece.

Funding Info:   971  Backers               $111,178 pledged of $25,000 goal


Moff (Crowdfunded April 7, 2014)

Moff - Crowdfunded (April 9, 2014)

Moff – is a wearable band smart toy. Everything you do. Everything you hold. Change into toys.

This crowdfunded toy will make its mark in your child’s life with the endless possibilities of games to play and experience. Moff is a snap on wearable wrist toy that takes everything you do and hold and changes it into a toy. The uniqueness in the innovation of this toy is its ability to sense movements and respond to them via a Bluetooth connection from your wrist to your phone. Use your phone to change your experience and start playing Guitar, Tennis, Toy swords, Toy guns, Magical sticks, Toy golf, Piano, Marimba, Toy airplane,  Hero play and much much more… the possibilities are limitless.

Funding Info:   1,157 Backers             $78,871 pledged of $20,000 goal



King’s Assembly (Crowdfunded April 11, 2014)

King'ss Assembly - Crowdfunded Aprill 11, 2014

King’s Assembly – A high-precision laser mouse. A full mechanical keyboard. An analog joystick. Together.

If you use the internet or are big into gaming and have been looking for that one thing that will revolutionize your experience, look no further, the next biggest thing has been crowdfunded. King’s Assembly is a high precision laser mouse, a full mechanical keyboard, and an analog joystick all put together to breed this beast of awesomeness. Our favorite feature of this product is the contoured palm rest that comfortably anchors your palm and enables you to drive the mouse without moving a single digit (finger). With fingers and thumbs being liberated, they have put controls within easy reach so you can type, use hotkeys, hold buttons down and manipulate joysticks while accurately controlling the mouse. I know I want one.

Funding Info:   1,129  Backers                        $239,035 pledged of $20,000 goal


Trigger Bell (Crowdfunded)

Trigger Bell - Crowdfunded April 11 2014

Trigger Bell – Quickly warn other road users while keeping your eyes on the road and your hands on your handlebars

Whether you ride your bike because of the freeing feeling, love being outdoors, healthy, are environmentally conscious, or are trying to get to work, whatever the case may be safety should come first which is why this great product was crowdfunded last week. Trigger Bell is a safer bell which quickly warns other road users while allowing you to keeps your eyes on the road and your hands on your handlebar. What makes this creation so useful is that you can ping your Trigger Bell whilst braking, turning and changing gear, which is unachievable or dangerous to maneuver with any other bell system. Trigger Bell is designed to work with the majority of handlebar types, looks sleek in design, and a great addition to a bicycler’s life. Be smarter and ping safer.

Funding Info:   928  Backers               $12,774  pledged of $5,200 goal



Insight (Crowdfunded)


Insight Sensor – The first ever all-in-one wearable sensor that pairs with your sports watch. Includes lactate threshold technology, HR, cadence & more.

Athletes, like the crowdfunded world, are constantly being pushed past personal records, breaking thresholds and constantly improving; What if athletes could track that threshold and know when to recover and when to keep pushing, well now they can! Insight is smarter technology for the smarter athlete being the first ever all-in-one wearable sensor that pairs with your sports watch. This technology can simultaneously record heart rate, cadence, pace, calories burned, and for the first time ever, your Lactate Threshold! If your excited to get a “look inside” your muscle during exercise to measure real bio signals and determine how hard you’re actually working, compared with how hard you should be working, then this is for you!

Funding Info:   548  Backers               $121,897 pledged of $50,000 goal



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