About this project
What is Leverage?
Leverage is a credit card sized bottle opener that takes advantage of the inherent strengths of carbon fiber, allowing for a super thin (.059") and ultra light weight (.3oz) design you won't have to think twice about carrying around. In other words... no more need to key-fob around.
Leverage is in lockstep with your cards. No matter how you choose to carry them be it clip, case, or wallet.
We’ve come to the Kickstarter community to ask for your support in funding our first run of carbon fiber bottle openers. The project is shovel ready but we need tooling, material, and time to start in earnest. With your contribution we will be able to get the ball rolling and in return will be more than happy to reward your generosity. Take a look at our backing levels
Celebrate_ Use leverage prototypes to open a couple of cold ones.
Wait in Anticipation_ for up to 20 days till funding clears.
Order from Suppliers_ Upon clearing of funds we will order carbon fiber sheets and tooling from our suppliers in California.
Packaging_ While waiting for delivery of production materials we will get a jump on packaging.
Production_ Production will commence with rewards being shipped in the order they were received.
Shipping_ We expect the first orders to go out the end of November.
Celebrate_ We can all enjoy a couple of cold ones to bookend the first production run of Leverage openers.
Kumquat is a small but intense collaboration of brothers, Gregory and Michael Spaw. With backgrounds in Architecture and Industrial Design respectively the duo has experience within Academia, Computer Visualization, Design + Build, Video Game Design, Glass Blowing, and the Special Effects Industry. Their most recent concern aspires to develop clever designs utilizing digital processes and fabrication techniques with production ultimately being executed via American micro-manufacturing.
Cheers and Thanks for your support!
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