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  • Kick-Ass crowdfunding campaigns for March

    Happy Spring Grommeteers! We're starting the season off right by investing is some majorly kick-ass crowdfunding projects this month. We can't wait to see these new products come to market and hope you are just as excited. Do you support projects on Kickstarter and Indiegogo that you think might make it big? Follow along with our series here to see which projects we invest in monthly.


    Keyport Slide 2.0

    Keyport Slide 2.0: The keychain reinvented

    $141,618 raised of $75,000 goal

    Days to go: 3

    The Keyport Slide 2.0 is a modern version of the traditional, bulky keychain. This hi-tech keychain consolidates keys and other everyday-carry items such as USB drive into one sleek, indispensable device. Just pop out the keys you want to use and let the others stay safely inside the device.



    $13,023 raised of $12, 750 goal

    Days to go: 0 

    MARIWEAR is superior loungewear that allows women to feel comfortable, yet stylish and supported at the same time. When you come home and want to slip into cozy clothing, yet aren't quite ready for pajamas yet, what do you wear? MARIWEAR is the perfect solution and includes built-in shape and support so you can be assured you'll still look your best.



    $855,625 raised of $ $250,000 goal

    Days to go: 0 

    First came the Almond, the world's first wireless router with a touch screen. It's smashing success has now allowed the creators to tackle the Almond+, a wireless router with touchscreen AND Smarthome hub. Faster than a typical router, it can power a 5,000 sq ft home. The Smarthome hub also allows you to manage your home electronically while you're there or away. Did you turn the lights out when you left? Now your Almond+ will tell you, all while providing superior wifi as well. We think this is pretty impressive.

  • These crowdfunding campaigns are kick-ass for February


    New products - Daily Grommet

    Are you a hardware product geek? Do you support projects on Kickstarter and Indiegogo that you think might make it big? Or, that you might like to eventually own? Well,  we do every month! Below you can check out our list of campaigns that we've contributed to in February and which projects we can't wait to see lining store shelves. Why are we contributing? Check out our first post in this series that explains why we like to have a stake in the game.



    iSmartAlarm: Protect your home even when you're not at home.

    $110,000 raised of $55,000

    Days to go: Only 2 more days!

    iSmartAlarm is an intelligent home security system with motion sensors, infrared cameras and contact sensors. Everything is monitored with the touch of your finger with the iSmartAlarm from your iPhone. Did you remember to close the garage? iSmartAlarm will tell you. Are you working late and want to make sure your home is safe? Check up easily with the iSmartAlarm. It's security at the touch of a button and helps you to relax and enjoy your day more.

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  • Four MORE Kick-Ass Projects We're Supporting

    Sushi Quik is a recent Grommet that got its start on Kickstarter!



    Last month, we kicked off a series of 4 Kick-Ass Kickstarter projects we're supporting. Why? Because today is a fantastic time to be a creator, hacker or maker. There have never been more opportunities to get your project funded, designed and manufactured than ever before. And we're not the only one's who think this.  So, we're on board because we want to have our skin in the game and support projects that deserve it.

    Yet Kickstarter isn't the only platform funding amazing projects! Therefore, this month we're expanding our support to Indiegogo too. Below are three projects from Indiegogo and one from Kickstarter that we think might be truly "kick-ass".

    Want to help support these products? Click through to their individual pages and contribute! Hurry as time is running out on a few of them.

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