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The Twenty Four - A Battery Powered Backpack Made in USA

A project in Burlington, VT by Hemetic Trading Co

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An American made backpack that combines the look of classic bags, with modern USB battery power to charge your mobile devices.
Backers: 142
Average Pledge Per Backer: $129

Funded: $18,305 of $35,000
Dates: Oct 3rd -> Nov 2nd (30 days)
Project By: Hemetic Trading Co
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Latest News

There's a Movement Happening

October 14th - via:
Update #1  |  Update #2  |  Update #3  |  Update #4   If you're of the mindset that American manufacturing is dead, then you haven't heard of the Maker movement. Here in America, as well as abroad, people are starting to grow tired of the... (Read More)

We've Been Getting Noticed!

October 10th - via:
Update #1  |  Update #2  |  Update #3   We know it's Saturday and everyone's out doing things, so we'll try to hold back our excitement and keep this brief. Over the last couple of days our campaign was recognized by two great blogs. First, our... (Read More)

Behind the Name: The Twenty Four

October 9th - via:
Update #1  |  Update #2  Naming a product is no easy task, and at first we had no idea what to call this backpack. At the end of August, it seemed like we had everything else on point - a product that exceeded our expectations, able manufacturers... (Read More)

What's Happening to American Manufacturing?

October 7th - via:
Update #1 From the start, one underlying principle that's made sense to Hemetic, is being as involved as possible with the design and production of our products. We hate watching companies whip up entire product lines by simply slapping a logo on... (Read More)

And We're Off!

October 3rd - via:
Hello! It's been a long and exciting 24 hours for us, but we still wanted to take a second out after our first full day to personally say thank you to everyone for your support! We spent the first day trying to spread the word far and wide about our... (Read More)

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