by Scott Wilson + MINIMAL
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So i received my Luna Tik in the mail! d(-_-)b Im very pleased with the quality of this product! I then remembered the comments about the smell. The first thing i did was smell it, and i love the smell! HaHa.. Its a nice fragrance that reminds me of childhood toys! lol.. Very pleased with my purchase. I also love the packaging. This would look perfect in the Apple Store.
This is really awesome. Thank you Scott for showing the manufacturing process.. it's always fascinating to see how products are made and surprising how much of the process is manual. As an avid "How it's Made" show watcher this really made my day. I can't wait to get the Lunatiks and I hope you consider keeping this video available on the Lunatik main website. Rough as it is, that really personalizes the project and increased my appreciation for final result as it would future buyers for sure. I'm proud to support you guys and this great, quality product. Thank you!
I would love to see more videos..
i want mine now its taking to long
I am wondering why everyone is so excited that we manufacture something in China that could be done here. We have to shift from a cost to a quality mentality.
Great video, great updates but it would be fantastic if we would use our creativity on how we can manufacture here. I think what's sold here, should be made here!
The same comment is valid for Apple. Maybe then the IPhone wouldn't be as fragile!
Just my 2 cents on this topic.....
Love it I can't this video and wait to have one
What amazes me most is how cheaply they are able to manufacture this in China. It's a really intricate machining process, manually labor intensive, and yet they produce what seems to be a high quality product for such a competitive price. Wow!
unfortunately the ipod nano is not water proof.
Scott, I second the great comments everyone has posted here. I just wanted to let you know how unique and refreshing it is to have this level of communication from a manufacture. Please ensure you and your team don't lose that practice as your organization will grow larger. Outstanding job with this! Congratulations on your success. Looking forward to more....
Extremely interesting! I always wanted to create my own iphone ipad case~ This is truly remarkable! I cant wait to receive one of these!
Thank you for the video
Just curious after watching the video on your trip to China... did you even consider manufacturing your product in the U.S.? This is not criticism, just wondering. Don't know if it's even possible to make something in the U.S. Do we even have the infrastructure for it? What a shame, we don't make anything anymore really.
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Thanks for posting this Scott.
I was in China and Hong Kong in 1994 doing a manufacturing research project through my university so this video brought back a lot of good memories and was also very interesting to see as a comparison to the "old" days.
Hey Scott, thanks so much for sharing the process. I always wondered about what is really going on over there in China. Never thought that watching silicon rolling could be this relaxing.
This is great! Thanks for the updates!
I can't express how cool it is to see something you have bought going through the production process.
Is it just me that find something really sad about Kickstarter raising almost 1 million dollars to create jobs in China? I know just about every big company does it, but this video really drives it home.
Amazing video. The detailed updates you provide on this project give me great confidence in my investment. I wish other innovators in the industry were as thorough and detailed as you are when it comes to informing investors of the progress of the project(s) they have committed to.
Just made my purchase cant wait!
Apple should thank you big time, for increasing their sales on the Nano!
Very cool update. Just like an episode of "How It's Made" Love it!!
Thanks for the wickedly cool video.
Scott, terrific job. Congrats on such a cool way to execute this product.
Amazing Videos!!! Good Work .)
It looks great! love that you show the process to us!, the only thing i see is that the strap do not have the logo, could this be right?
Loved seeing how the silicon is rolled, dyed and pressed. Great video.
This was the first kickstarter project that I supported and it has been a blast to do so. I can't wait to get my Lunatick, thank you for this great video.
Hi guys, is it only me that cannot watch the video? It appears as picture but cannot be reproduced
thanks for sharing this...its very cool to see the process.
Nice vid how the process is done! Love the scenery shots you made, makes me wanna go back again to Hong Kong and Shenzhen. Been there a lot on several occasions when buying in stuff for my webshop. Can't wait to get the TikTok
Amazing!!! Thanks for posting how the manufacturing process is done. It really made my day to see a project like this taking off and I can't wait to get them!
I think we're watching the future of brand relationships here - I feel like I'm on the inside and part of the team. It's really exciting.
Loved the video! Thank you very much for sharing it. It's really fascinating to see all the steps and see these things come to life.
Very cool. Love it.
Sorry. Just in case. Email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm currently in Zhongshan China for business and I'll be heading to Hong Kong on Sunday before flying out on Monday. If you are willing, I wanted to know if you'd like to meet.
+100 internets for sharing this. Video would not start for me. Here's the direct link for anyone having trouble: https://s3.amazonaws.com/ksr-videos/encodings/35681/TikTok_LunaTik_Production_640x360QT.original.mp4
Love it really excited.
Great video !
I loved the plastic wrapper and so on... nice
Very cool to take us along on the production run for the product we helped to bring to life! Really makes it feel fun to be a part of the process this way (without the jetlag...)
Truly amazing Scott - Great video and work you've done. Merry Christmas and happy new year!
How I start this movie? In Firefox and Safari it won't work well?
This is very good way to share the project with the people who will love the product even more now:) good work! looking forward to getting my hands on this. I still need to buy the nano though :)
Hi Scott Great to see how they are made. Can't wait to get mine.