DuraVolt - The Indestructible Solar Panel - Say NO to Glass

A project in San Diego, CA by Rich Johnson
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Our vision is to produce and distribute the best Indestructible Solar Panel on the market today. Easy to use and install by anybody.
Backers: 12
Average Pledge Per Backer: $74

Funded: $883 of $3,714
Dates: Nov 13th -> Dec 3rd (20 days)
Project By: Rich Johnson
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