Happy New Year Everyone,
I'm kicking off 2016 with this project to create a briefcase for carrying TCGs such as Yugioh, Magic the Gathering, Pokemon, Vanguard … etc. After a dip in the fantasy coins pool and almost drowning, I'm back creating something for my fellow TCG gamers :)
In addition to TCG, this briefcase is also designed to be used for popular card games such as Cards Against Humanity, Playing Cards, Uno, Crabs Adjust Humidity … etc.
Although I'm not a Yugioh player myself, but this briefcase's outward appearance is inspired by Kaiba's briefcase :)
340mm x 320mm x 105mm
6 compartments of 160mm x 97mm x 65mm (Each dimension will have a variance margin of plus or minus 2mm)
Each compartment will fit approximately: 450+ unsleeved cards or 250+ single sleeved cards.
The compartments will also be able to fit (as shown in photos below):
- Standard plastic Ultra Pro Deck Boxes
- KakapopoTCG metal frame deck boxes
(Please note that the compartments will NOT be able to fit plastic Toploaders.)
The case is made from an aluminium external frame, chrome plated plastic handle, synthetic leather interior.
Each Case will also come with the following FREE add-ons:
- 15x plastic index cards: Used for dividing cards stored inside the briefcase.
- 1x sponge space filler for each compartment, 6 sponge space fillers in total. (Used for filling up spaces in each compartment when storing smaller cards.)
Prototype Briefcase photos:
Please note that the actual briefcase will have a small KakapopoTCG logo at the bottom right corner on the top side of the case. (Identical to the Black Briefcase shown in Stretch Goal 1 photos.)
(Please note that the black internal walls are NOT movable.)
Deck Box Add-ons (not free):
Eternal Dimensions: 110mm x 90mm x 80mm
Internal Dimensions: 95mm x 75mm x 70mm
Fits Yugioh, Mtg, Pokemon cards ... etc.
Stretch Goal 1 - £2,500 (UNLOCKED!):
And additional Colour Option will become unlocked!
Stretch Goal 2 - £3,000:
Risks and challenges
From my previous KS project experience, the biggest risk and challenges for me have always been Quality and Timely Delivery.
To ensure quality, I will put a quality guarantee on all rewards that goes out. If for any reason a backer is not happy with the quality of the rewards that they’ve received, they can send me a email containing photos showing any flaws/imperfection of the product that they are unhappy with, and I’ll issue a partial/full refund, or a replacement, whichever is preferred by the backer.
To ensure timely delivery and meet backer expectations, my approach to the rewards delivery dates can be described as: "Under promise and over deliver." ;)
- (30 days)