Frequently Asked Questions
It really depends on what kind of surface. The more smooth and flat, the longer the hold. By contrast, the more porous or uneven the surface, the shorter and less secure the hold.
Zero G Cases will stick to glass, tile, stainless steel, mirrors, countertops, white boards, computer screens, windows, and even some painted walls. These are the surfaces that Zero G adheres to best.
As David Carnoy, Executive Editor at CNET.com demonstrated in his review, Zero G will stick to glass overnight (and in our testing, longer). Our testing shows that Zero G Anti-Gravity Case will stick to most smooth surfaces indefinitely, but we always recommend that you apply firm pressure and test the strength of the hold before leaving your case on the surface.
After using the Zero G prototype for the past few months, our team was impressed by how little maintenance was needed to remain sticky. The nano-suction technology used on the case adheres to smooth, flat surfaces without being sticky to the touch. We found that keeping the Zero G in a pants pocket resulted in very little lint collecting on the case. My wife keeps her Zero G in her purse (god only knows what's in there), and it would come out looking surprisingly clean.
Any residual lint is wiped away pretty easily with a damp cloth or even on your pant leg. We always recommend maintaining a clean surface on your Zero G for best performance.Last updated:
We're looking into the possibilities of other colors. There are a lot of factors that go into additional colors, so we'll have to gauge interest (possibly through a stretch goal).Last updated:
We'll be sending out a backer survey to everyone asking for color and size choices at the end of the campaign.Last updated:
We think an iPad Air/Mini version would be very useful at the office and at home. We're looking into this and gauging demand. We'll keep everyone posted in the comments and updates on iPad and other device options.
Stay in the loop on any new products we may launch by signing up on our website (http://www.megatinycorp.com) and we'll make sure you get any new product updates (I promise we won't spam you).Last updated:
We're keeping an eye on the demand for the flagship android phones (S6, HTC, etc). Each model adds to production costs, so we're starting with iPhone and going from there.
We'll know more once we see how the overall demand is for a nano-suction case.
We'll be certain to post some public updates if we decide to add any additional models. Those interested in other Android and other models should sign-up on our website (http://www.megatinycorp.com) and we'll make sure you get any new product updates (I promise we won't spam you).Last updated:
We're going to monitor demand for other devices to determine which additional models we'll support. iPhone 5s is one of the ones we're keeping an eye. We'll make sure to keep everyone updated through comments and backer updates if/when we decide to rollout additional models.
Those interested in other Android and other models should sign-up on our website (http://www.megatinycorp.com) and we'll make sure you get any new product updates (I promise we won't spam you).Last updated:
Great question! We recorded a quick video showing how to increase your pledge and/or change your reward level. You can watch that video here: https://www.screenmailer.com/v/zXvaKyiaLjCSXUMLast updated:
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