I was one of the early backers for OCDock (Kickstarter). I backed the project last year on the 4th December 2012 and the project got funded on 22nd December 2012 after raising US$107,979 despite the initial goal was only US$49,000.
The project was delayed by a few months, it was suppose to be shipping in January 2013 but I only got my last week on the 10th May 2013.
Since I was the early backer, I paid US$59 (S$73) for the OCDock and US$20 (S$24.77) for international shipping and thus bringing the total amount to US$79 (S$97.84).
The OCDock stands out from the rest of the docks because its wire is as thin as paper (0.18mm), allowing it to run underneath the display stand of an iMac or a Thunderbolt Display.
The base of the OCDock is not flat, there is a small cutout, it is meant to be placed on the stand of your iMac/Thunderbolt Display. Because I am using the Twelve South HiRise for iMac, the OCDock could not sit on the stand of my iMac and thus the OCDock is leaning a little backwards. It didn’t really bother me.
The materials used to make the dock also matches that of your iMac/Thunderbolt Display. It is made from a solid piece of high-grade aluminum, glass bead blasted and anodized to match the finish.
It comes with three rubber backings to allow you to adjust the gap between the dock and your iPhone 5 in case you are using a back cover for your phone (like me).
OCDock – Box
OCDock – Box Contents
OCDock – Different Thickness Rubber Backing And Extra Sticky Tape
OCDock – Instructions
OCDock – Underneath
OCDock – Side View
OCDock – Back View
OCDock – 0.18mm Thin Wire
OCDock – Sits In Front Of Your iMac