Thanks to the Peak Design Facebook User Group, I came to know that B&H Photo Video had a 24-hour sale on 25th February 2020 for the Peak Design Everyday Sling (5L) at their Deal Zone section. Only the Black and Ash colors are available.
It was an open box deal, which means it is like new with an open box. When I received it, it looks brand new too me, and I can’t tell the difference.
HyperJuice 100W GaN USB-C Charger is a 4-port charger that is started from Kickstarter.
The project was successfully funded on 10th December 2019 after raising a total of US$2,200,642 out of their initial goal of US$100,000 from 27,942 backers.
GPCA is a product development firm based in San Francisco Bay Area. They design outdoor/advernture products like the GP-Grip Ultimate Jeep Grab Handle, GP 1945 Bolt Action Plus Pen, and GPCA Carabiner, just to name a few.
GP stands for General Purpose, and CA stands for California.
Spinner Drive is the fourth Kickstarter project that I backed from mininch.
Spinner Drive is essentially a screwdriver with removable bits that comes with a torque maximized spinner wheel.
Wandrd‘s DUO Daypack started out as a Kickstarter project where it raised a total of US$655,287 out of their initial goal of US$25,000 from 3,574 backers.
The project started on 13th June 2019 and became successfully funded on 27th July 2019.
Zhiyun Smooth-Q2 started out as a Kickstarter project, where it raised a total of HK$4,156,171 from 3,947 backers out of their initial goal of HK$784,700.
The project started on 27th August 2019 and was fully funded on 27th August 2019. I received the product on 23rd October 2019.
Passport Go is my third Passport travel adapter from Zendure after Passport and Passport Pro.
Similar to its predecessors, Passport Go started from Kickstarter where it raised a total of US$271,092 from 5,323 backers out of their initial goal of US$30,000.
Zendure SuperTank & SuperPort 4 started out from a Kickstarter project where it raised a total of US$380,943 out of their initial goal of US$30,000 from 3,293 backers.
It was successfully funded on 6th March 2019. The product was shipped on 19th August 2019, and I received it on 27th August 2019.
Peak Design Everyday Backpack was born out of a Kickstarter project more than two years ago. The Kickstarter project raised a total of US$6,565,782 from 26,359 backers for Peak Design.
There are two sizes of the Everyday Backpack, 20L, and 30L. The 20L retails for US$259.95 (S$353) while the 30L retails for US$289.95 (S$393).
Peak Design Field Pouch retails for US$39.95 (S$55). Minimum shipping cost to Singapore from Peak Design is US$9.95 (S$14). They ship to Singapore from their warehouse in Hong Kong.
The Peak Design Field Pouch is available in four colors, Black, Charcoal, Ash, and Tan. I bought the Charcoal because it is their flagship color. Black is too dull while Ash and Tan get dirty quickly.