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GoPlug has redefined what a bag should be. Charge ALL of your devices, CAMERA BATTERIES, LAPTOPS, and more on the go.
983 backers pledged $184,052 to help bring this project to life.

We did it!!

Posted by Josh Cross (Creator)
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Thank you all for making this campaign so successful.  Words can't describe how grateful I am for your pledge of support.  Thank you!

A survey will be coming out soon letting us know what bag(s)/battery you pledge for.  We will also need other critical information enabling us to get you the bags you ordered.  We will also ask what type of power plug and voltage (110v or 220v) you want with the bag-- The plug type is still something we're working out, If it work out like we hope, than your information is important.

I will continue to answer questions on the Kickstarter site, but when our website is finished, I hope to transition the communication to there.  Our site will also have a marketplace if you decide you'd like additional gear.

Stay tuned, the best is yet to come!

Again, thank you.  I am truly humbled!

Josh

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      Colin Chow on

      Also, Josh, would the backers of the old project still get a special treat? not trying to be greedy :) This is one kickstarter I anticipate the most getting my hands on.

    2. Julio Fabio Chagas on

      Sorry...it's Bi-Volt, not Bi-Bolt

    3. Julio Fabio Chagas on

      Hi GoPlug Team,
      As many others backers already said, a bi-bolt is a must have feature. The plug shape is not a problem at all. So, if there is time/funding/technical conditions, consider this point.
      Congrats!

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      Colin Chow on

      Wall plug shape is a relatively easy to solve with a $5 adapter, but voltage. Can't it be universal 110-240v? The bags are meant to be traveled, no?

    5. David Stosik on

      Hello,
      This update makes me ask the same question again: what about people travelling a to between 110V (Japan) and 220V (France) zones, and also different wall plug shapes?

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      Reagan Creado on

      @Grant @Josh Count me in for that as well. Good to know theres atleast two GoPluggers in Dubai. Cheers.

    7. Marlena Harris
      Superbacker
      on

      @Grant Baxter - I don't really know why their first project didn't make it either, but I'm kind of glad that it didn't. The reason for that is, I never saw their first project and I wouldn't have wanted to miss out on it. Now, had I seen their first project, I would be singing a different tune, but I'm really glad that I saw it this time around and got the chance to back it.

    8. Grant Baxter on

      Congratulations mate, you smashed the goal...

      No idea why the first project didn't make it...

      If you're ever in Dubai give me a shout to grab a beer and I'll show the good photo spots...

      Thanks,

      Grant

    9. Matthew Grossman on

      You could have just googled that question but here is a link of all plug types, voltages, along with the countries that use them.

      http://www.worldstandards.eu/electricity/plugs-and-sockets/

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      Jeremy Joo on

      I have the same question as Javier!

    11. Javier Peralta Zamora on

      How can i know what is the best voltage for me or for the country where i am.

    12. Michael Lee
      Superbacker
      on

      Well done Josh! Congratulations. Look forward to the final products.