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Keela Cup

A project in Oakland, CA by Jane Hartman Adamé

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A redesigned menstrual cup to make life easier. Designed with a patented pull string stem, changing out your cup has never been easier.
Backers: 1077
Average Pledge Per Backer: $52

Funded: $55,808 of $50,000
Dates: Dec 4th -> Jan 18th (45 days)
Project By: Jane Hartman Adamé
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Latest News

Exclusive: How FLEX Cup Founder Jane Adamé Went From Kickstarter to Girl Boss Status In Under a Year

November 5th - via:
Jane Adamé is a girl boss on a mission. It was less than a year ago that Jane and her business partner Andy Miller were running a Kickstarter for their new menstrual cup, the Keela Cup. Inspired by Jane’s own experience with Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), the Keela Cup is specifically designed to be easily removable (you can read about how it works here). (Read More)

Keela Friends! We made it!

January 16th - via:
We totally should have made this update yesterday; however we were busy taking big, big inhales after holding our breath for the last 6 weeks! We did it. YOU did it. We met our funding goal!  Thank you so much for believing in this idea, supporting... (Read More)

Teen Vogue Feature!!

December 30th - via:
We are SO excited to be featured in Teen Vogue. This exposure has helped tip us over $10,000 with 170+ backers! Thank you SO much for your contributions. However, we are still a long way off from our funding goal, with just 18 days to go. If we... (Read More)

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