Frequently Asked Questions
1. Pledge for the Geco Hub reward that suits you.
2.Share the Geco Hub campaign on Facebook or Twitter. You can do this in two clicks using the two buttons at the bottom of this page just above the “Risks and Challenges” section, or using the options right below the video.
3. Screenshot your share and email it along with your Kickstarter username to firstname.lastname@example.org with “5 Free Discs” in the subject bar.
That’s it, you’re done! It really does only take a minute or two, 80 seconds actually when I timed myself!
NOTE: Only 5 Free discs are available per backer. I’d love to offer more but it would mean increasing the campaign goal and I wanted to keep it as low as possible. That said if you still feel like sharing the campaign more than once than once I’ll be sure to add extra good karma your way.Last updated:
***With adhesive pads***
A small Geco Hub can hold approximately 1.5kg (3.3lb) of your things.
How much is that? Well 1.5kg is about the same as: an iPad mini & case, a Kindle & case, a Nexus 5 & case, 4 AA batteries, 2 sets of keys, a calculator, a wallet, a pair of scissors and a pen COMBINED.
Medium Geco Hubs can hold twice as much (3kg) and large Geco Hubs four times as much (6kg).
Providing the items are stored correctly (e.g. really heavy things horizontally, not sticking out too much etc.), then as much as you can fit in it really!Last updated:
A small Geco Hub is 25.4 cm x 25.4 cm (10" x 10").
All other sizes are made up of this base unit so their dimensions will depend on how you choose to arrange your Geco Hub installation.
For example you could have a medium Geco Hub in a portrait arrangement 25.4cm wide and 50.8 cm tall (10" x 20") or a large Geco Hub in a square format 50.8cm x 50.8cm (20” x 20”).
Geco Hub is approximately 5.5cm (2.2”) deep.Last updated:
You don’t choose them until AFTER the campaign has finished. I will send out a survey so you can tell me your colour choices.Last updated:
A SMALL Geco Hub is a SINGLE base unit.
A MEDIUM Geco Hub is TWO base units. You can decide how you want to install these base units: side by side, one under the other or in separate rooms of the house. Also you have the ability to mix and match all of the colourful flexible components across the base units to create unique designs.
A LARGE Geco Hub is FOUR base units. The same things apply with a large Geco Hub as with a medium Geco Hub, except with four base units you have even more options!Last updated:
Providing they’re used according to the instructions included and are installed on a suitable surface then they won’t leave a mark. I’ve had them installed for over a year in my own house before removing them without leaving a mark. Here’s what other people have to say about them - http://bit.ly/adhesivereviews.Last updated:
This is what the manufacturers say:
“… Strips hold strongly on a whole range of surfaces including paint, wood and tiles, but aren't suitable for use on wallpapered surfaces or for hanging antiques or other valuable or irreplaceable items…”
I would add to that list and say that the side of a fridge or cabinet is a great place too! Poorly painted surfaces - the ones where even blue tack can pull the paint off - aren’t suitable and neither are bare brick walls or bumpy surfaces. Fret not though as Geco Hub can be installed with screws on these surfaces instead!Last updated:
If you have pledged £3 or more then after the campaign ends I will send you a 3D computer file of the Geco Hub backer key ring. You can then choose to use to order your own 3D printed copy using a site such as www.shapeways.com and get it printed in one of a variety of different materials.
The actual cost of printing the key ring is NOT INCLUDED with the pledge but should range between £5-£15 depending on whether you were to get it printed in plastic or metal. If you choose not to print it just yet then you can simply keep it as a digital souvenir instead!Last updated:
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