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Designed to let you sleep like your bed at home, the Zenbivy Bed is the world's first freestyle sleeping bag.
Designed to let you sleep like your bed at home, the Zenbivy Bed is the world's first freestyle sleeping bag.
434 backers pledged $120,648 to help bring this project to life.

One week to go!

Posted by Michael Glavin (Creator)
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Thanks to the growing community of Zenbivy backers!  To others, we invite you to join our community. Together, we can help create a great night outside where comfort and minimalism coexist.

A few updates as we go into our last week:

  • We are planning a Kickstarter Live event for Tuesday of next week.  Look for an announcement on that tomorrow.  If you have an input into what you would like to see, please send us a message or leave a comment.  We would love to hear from you!
  • Check out the comments section of the page for a discussion on a possible design change: adding a pocket to the Bed to store "bedside" items.  It would be great to get your input and we WILL make this change if the backers want it.  Let us know what you think.
  • We have been listening to our backers and honing our new product plans.  We won't be offering stretch goals at this time, but there are some exciting developments underway that will allow you to take your Zenbivy Bed even further.  Stay tuned for updates...

Every day we hear from a couple of people who "just happened" to see our campaign and fall in love with our project.  If you know of anyone who would get out more if they could just find that comfortable nights sleep, please spread the word!

Thanks again to all!  

--Mike Glavin and the Zenbivy Team

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    1. Alan Wilbur
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      the pocket is a great idea!

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      Maria Taylor on

      LOVE the idea of adding a pocket for bedside items. Guessing that now is the time to add it instead of later, but don't want to hold up the production process. Glad that things are moving along so well. Keep on keepin on!