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Kickstarter's most funded bag ever. Beautiful, intelligent and adaptable, The Everyday Messenger is a giant leap for bag-kind.
Kickstarter's most funded bag ever. Beautiful, intelligent and adaptable, The Everyday Messenger is a giant leap for bag-kind.
17,029 backers pledged $4,869,472 to help bring this project to life.

Live at 11am PST, Q&A with Peter Dering on Kickstarter Creator Hangout

Posted by Peak Design (Creator)
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Hey folks, 

Come join Kickstarter and Peter Dering, our founder and inventor of the original Capture Clip, live on this week's edition of Kickstarter Creator Hangout. He'll be talking about how he got started, some of the keys to the success of the 5 Peak Design Kickstarter campaigns, and why he keeps on returning to the platform.

If you have any questions beforehand, feel free to drop them on Twitter: @KickstarterTips (twitter.com/KickstarterTips), or drop them directly into the Google Hangout

Watch Here: http://bit.ly/1Y2PiaJ

We hope to see you there. As always, happy shooting!

- The Peak Design Team

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      Stuart cooper on

      Not the bag I hoped for
      The strap is eh and for traveling and shooting Ina crowd no security for your equipment
      Needs a lot of work
      Still working on it holding equipment in a useful way
      Keep trying but it should not have been released as it is .
      Sb

    2. Jeffrey B George
      Superbacker
      on

      Integrity is a huge part of your success in my honest opinion. Please let us know how much we need to begin saving for the "next" project. ;-) So proud of your team.

    3. Jacob H on

      Yeah I sorta stopped following updates since getting my bag. Although the bag is top notch it seriously needs help in the strap Dept as it doesn't hold firm and loosens frequently to the point of frustration. It's more of a European shoulder bag vs a tight messenger bag. Perhaps using a not as smooth and silky seatbelt and use something a bit rougher for clasp to grab a hold of. Thanks. Bye.