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Creating a notebook that brings out the magic in ink.
Creating a notebook that brings out the magic in ink.
1,401 backers pledged $79,090 to help bring this project to life.
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    1. Penn Pantumsinchai Collaborator on

      @Kim We're so sorry for the delay. Please email us at and we can give you a shipping estimate. Thank you!

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      Kim Gabriel on

      I have appreciated the constant updates but still don't have my order--made in March of 2017. I am sure everyone is a great person, trying hard, doing their best etc. but this was my first experience with Kickstarter and has been my last. What has been frustrating is all the add ons etcetera when the basic product has not been delivered. I have no idea of the work behind the product and I guess the Kickstarter model means you more or less have to have an appreciation (or at least a tolerance) for what can go awry. But the original "up" of being part of a new product launch has long ago expired and I expect my reaction if I ever actually get the book will be tempered by that.

    3. Penn Pantumsinchai Collaborator on

      @Tony Hi Tony, thank you so much for your support and patience!! It means a lot to us :D

    4. Penn Pantumsinchai Collaborator on

      @Dwayne Hi Dwayne, what's your order number? We can check on where you are in line and let you know an clearer shipping estimate. Please email us at

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      Tony Tonnu on

      Just wanted to drop in and let you know that I appreciate all the hard work you all have been putting into the hippo fulfillment. I know it has been very stressful with the delays and the ivory books, and the attention to detail hasn’t gone unnoticed. Thank you so much for making this Kickstarter!

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      Dwayne Lively on

      Now that we are a week "into August" how far "into August" do you anticipate going? You must have a "thank the heavens and all the stars the Kickstarter is fulfilled!" date posted on your calendar by now. About when is that date?

      You can skip the parts about how hard everyone is working and and the small team and all the thanks for patience. Just an approximate date will suffice.