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SEQINETIC “sun” glasses are a calorie-free way to beat the winter blues. They offer the bright, white daylight you’re craving.
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Soren Jensen

95 backers pledged $8,370 to help bring this project to life.

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    1. Creator Vegard Halvorsen on January 31, 2012

      Received mine in the mail today. Look forward to try them out. Will certainly be very useful here in Norway for quite some time yet.
      Thank you for a quickly delivered project,
      and all the best for the future and the success of your design!

    2. Creator Lisa on January 28, 2012

      I absolutely love mine! Received it today and tried it right away (still rather dark around here, and will be for a few more weeks). 60 minutes went by so fast and I actually would have loved to continue.
      The only not-so-perfect thing that I noticed so far is that the rubber part (for the nose) did loosen a bit and I had to push it back after use. But even if that becomes worse it should be easy to fix with some glue.

    3. Creator Kenneth on January 28, 2012

      I received mine in the mail today (as the first non-Dane, perhaps?) :)

      Excited to try them out next season, although they are not as comfortable as I would have liked.

    4. Creator Soren Jensen on December 22, 2011

      @Roger: Thanks a lot!

    5. Creator Roger Sanchez on December 21, 2011

      Congrats guys!...I've donated twice, and love that this project is moving forward...And as Christiaan Roos states, 'pop the fizzy wine' : ) - Good job guys!

    6. Creator Soren Jensen on December 21, 2011

      @Christian: Thanks! We did!

    7. Creator Christiaan Roos on December 21, 2011

      Yeah I get the tension you were feeling but NOW you can pop the fizzy wine :-)
      Stor til lykke!

    8. Creator Soren Jensen on December 21, 2011

      @Christiaan: Thanks - but still 56 minutes left... It's like (we guess) leading the Indy 500 or Le Mans races... Less than one our left - "isn't there a strange noise from the engine".

    9. Creator Christiaan Roos on December 21, 2011

      Looks like it is gonna come off.
      Ser rigtig meget frem til dyret :-)

    10. Creator Soren Jensen on December 21, 2011

      @Jonathan: Thanks but still two hours left...

    11. Creator Jonathan Boyle on December 21, 2011

      Congratulations on the $8000, was really worried for a moment but it seems like you've pulled through!

    12. Creator Soren Jensen on December 21, 2011

      @Remi: You are completely right. Thanks for pointing that out. We have added the new rewards!

    13. Creator Remi Løvoll on December 21, 2011

      There should be an option to pledge 120 and 180 for 2 and 3 pairs. I want 2 pairs but it is to much work creating multiple accounts to do it.

    14. Creator Soren Jensen on December 14, 2011

      @Raven: Thanks a lot! Yes, our ambition is to make a quality product at a fair price!

    15. Creator Raven McKelvie on December 13, 2011

      I hope you get all the funding. I've been looking for something like these and found them for $200US, so I think your idea is going to give them a good run for the money. Best of luck:)

    16. Creator Soren Jensen on December 12, 2011

      @Kenneth: Non-physical rewards: December 2011. Standard SEQINETIC reward: January 2012. Customized SEQINETIC reward: February 2012 ...if we reach the budget...

    17. Creator Kenneth on December 11, 2011

      "January, 2012"*

    18. Creator Kenneth on December 11, 2011

      Cool, thanks!

      Another question: It says "Estimated delivery: Dec 2011" under the pledges, but in the FAQ it says "When will I receive my SEQINETIC? January, 2011", which one is correct?

    19. Creator Soren Jensen on December 11, 2011

      @Kenneth. Thanks for the question. Yes, assembly and quality control will be done in Denmark. Some parts will be made in (and flown in) from China - this is much faster than making them locally. The electronics will be made locally with some parts being made in Poland. So shipping time to Norway would probably be 2-3 days...

    20. Creator Kenneth on December 10, 2011

      Are they manufactured and assembled in Denmark? I live in Norway, so hopefully they are (much shorter shipping time).

    21. Creator Flávia Arantes Jensen on November 25, 2011

      Looking forward to end the winter blues!!! Good luck!