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KOMA: D-type Battery Powered Vehicle Jump Starter

A project in Los Angeles, CA by Gagyo Tech

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The only vehicle jump starter equipped with a Joule Thief voltage booster. Start up any car, truck, and even small ships under 25 tons.
Backers: 35
Average Pledge Per Backer: $861

Funded: $30,126 of $30,000
Dates: Feb 6th -> Mar 13th (35 days)
Project By: Gagyo Tech
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March 12th - via:
Dear Backers,¬†We have 1 day left for our campaign and while it seems difficult, we are still holding out hope that we will have a successful campaign. After carefully taking time to review the feedback for KOMA, we have decided that a complete... (Read More)

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