Risks and challenges
Delivering on past Kickstarters involving mass-production and delivery has gotten us familiar with freight, storage, fulfillment- but this is our first time dealing with plush manufacturing.
Handcrafting is a challenge, but one we're confident of meeting- and it's always possible to hit snafus with factory production. But PromColo has been extremely professional and reliable in the prototyping process- so with their help, we're ready to tackle any challenges that come our way.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
It's possible. We can definitely deliver on the Tier rewards, beyond that I can't say for certain- but we might be able to create more in the future. As to how that would work- if it was an auction-system, or what- I don't know. But if we can nail these stretch goals, we might be able to get plush in everybody's hands now, for free. E )
Free. If the campaign hits that stretch goal, every backer gets the unlocked plush for free. Because reasons.
Agreed. But we tend to lose our shirts (figuratively) during the shipping stage on campaigns. The packaging materials, along with postage costs, simply come out to be legitimately expensive, and customers have to cover their own shipping costs for us to deliver viably. ...So if you see a Kickstarter for a quantum teleporter, probably we should back that pronto!
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