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RFduino: A finger-tip sized, Arduino compatible, wireless enabled microcontroller, low cost enough to leave in all of your projects!
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Open Source RF

3,579 backers pledged $352,700 to help bring this project to life.

A la carte options added.

Dear Backers,

As requested by some backers, we have added an "A la carte" option:

You may add additional RFduinos and shield boards to any pledge level using the individual amounts below:

RFduino ....... $20.00 + $1 for shipping
USB Programming shield board ....... $20.00 + $1 for shipping
RGB LED shield board ....... $10.00 + $1 for shipping
Servo Output shield board ....... $12.00 + $1 for shipping
PCB USB Programming shield board ....... $19.00 + $1 for shipping
Prototyping shield board ....... $6.00 + $1 for shipping
Dual AAA Battery shield board ....... $16.00 + $1 for shipping
Single AAA Battery shield board ....... $16.00 + $1 for shipping
CR2032 Battery shield board ....... $12.00 + $1 for shipping

Example #1, if you want to add 2 additional RFduino boards, then you would add $40 for the boards and $2 for shipping to your existing pledge level.

Example #2, if you want to add 3 additional proto shield boards, then you would add $18 for the boards and $3 for shipping to your existing pledge level.

When the KickStarter project is complete, we will send you a survey which will allow you to specify the additional items you have chosen.

Thank you all again so much for being backers of this project!

We really need your help to spread the word.  Please share this project with friends and if you can post about it in blogs, it would be very much appreciated. :)

We're always here to support,
Armen

Comments

    1. Creator Open Source RF on March 10, 2013

      Hi Brinky,
      Yes, the $1 added amount per each additional item for your reward is for USA and out of USA (International) shipping as well.
      Thanks,
      Armen

    2. Creator brinky on March 9, 2013

      International shipping is 1$, too?