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GranolaStrolla is a portable, affordable and easy to use solar charged batterypack able to charge USB devices as fast as a wall charger
267 backers pledged $23,432 to help bring this project to life.
Galit, Stephanie Crawford, and 2 more people like this update.


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      Renee on

      Is there a general ETA for parts/reassembly and shipping? Will we get these by summer?

    2. Colin on

      I feel that honesty and forthcoming with updates always get good review. There will always be haters and doubters out there who are afraid when people go on radio silence. Just a nice simple and honest update sets things right.

      Excited to be receiving mine in a couple of months time. :)

    3. Stephanie Crawford on

      Thank you for the honest and professional update. There are bound to be bumps in this process and I still support you guys. The one angry update was worrying but I appreciate you turning this around and being more forthcoming. I agree with the previous poster who said to the people who wanted a product right away just go to the store and buy one. This is not a company that has hundreds of employees and money to throw at problems.

    4. Daniel Chang on

      Thank you for an honest update. Unlike many other projects, the creator here is forthcoming. So he has all my support!

      Matthew, me too! See you in Orlando???

    5. Matthew Jackson on

      Yeah, as much as I wanted to give the benefit of the doubt, I am thinking I might as well write this project off too. It was only $40 that I spent, and would have been a cool product to use on my upcomming trip to Disney World, but it looks like it just isn't going to happen. I never got any swag sent as an early bird, and each update it is one more thing pushing out the expected delivery of the final product, and then when that deadline approaches there is another update pushing it out again.

      Look, I understand personal issues in life, we all have them. But when you make commitments to people, you work like the dickens to deliver on them. It's the mark of success. But the mark of integrity is important too, and that is stepping up and admitting you bit off more than you could chew and you don't have a clue when something will be completed or when it will be finished. Maybe even asking for some help.

      At this point, if the project ever gets finished, it gets finished. I am not holding my breathe, but I wish ya luck. It would have been great to have it for my trip, but c'est la vie.

    6. Dol Faroth on

      Thanks for the update guys; it is a learning curve. People could complain about good design etc, bit it will not get the baby bathed. Hopefully this is the last issue you will see and we will all get a good robust product in the end. I have speculated in a few projects now and they all have had issues. If you want a product straight away without issue, go to the store and buy one. Fingers crossed for a good working product delivered by the end of May!

    7. Emelio Gallegos on

      Well.. Writing this one off