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New Nomiku Sous Vide - WiFi-Connected and Made in the USA!

A project in San Francisco, CA by Lisa Q. Fetterman
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The new Nomiku – The world's 1st WiFi-connected sous vide immersion circulator brings top chefs & community into your home kitchen.
Backers: 5538
Average Pledge Per Backer: $135

Funded: $750,192 of $200,000
Dates: Aug 12th -> Sep 11th (30 days)
Project By: Lisa Q. Fetterman
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Latest News

Lisa Fetterman on Kickstarter, Raising Capital & Couplepreneurs

March 16th - via: tech.co
Lisa Fetterman, cofounder of Nomiku, talks about her journey from Kickstarter to raising capital, being a couplepreneur and the future of food. (Read More)

Last days! Spread the word about Nom!

August 21st - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Backers, We have only a few days left until the campaign ends, thank you so much for being a backer and supporting us in every sense of the word. Now it's time for the final push and sharing our project really counts. There's a simple way to do... (Read More)

Cooking With an App: Smart Sous Vide Device Gets Backing

August 19th - via: mashable.com
Nomiku, the company behind one of the first home sous vide appliances, is back with a completely redesigned device that is smaller, more efficient and wifi-enabled. (Read More)

500K Milestone Achieved! Stretch goals get closer each time you share, thank you!

August 18th - via: kickstarter.com
Here are some ways to help, share our project (http://bit.ly/sous-vide-nomiku) on Facebook, write about why you backed us, and tag at least five friends who share your passion for great food. Example: This is seriously a game changer for my... (Read More)

Lean Hardware Strategy Lets Kickstarter Breakout Nomiku ‘In-Shore’ Manufacturing Back To The U.S.

August 18th - via: techcrunch.com
In the 1980s, Silicon Valley’s hardware elite began outsourcing much of the semiconductor and hardware manufacturing work that gave the region its name to Asia. But now that the economics of hardware startups have fundamentally changed with new ways to test consumer interest and get feedback through platforms like Kickstarter, some startups are finding that it’s easier to build products locally because the design-and-testing cycles are much tighter. (Read More)

International Noms! 240V update

August 15th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello International Backers, Thank you for writing us with your interest for a WiFi Nomiku. We absolutely will make 240V units and have put in a new level at $10 that lets you be first in line for the $149 KS price. The $10 will be absorbed into the... (Read More)

Successful Kickstarter Lessons for Hardware Startups

August 14th - via: psfk.com
The WiFi Nomiku Kickstarter project blasted through its $200,000 goal in less than a day. (Read More)

Thank you! Let's set some Stretch Goals!

August 13th - via: kickstarter.com
 Thank you backers! 200K is not an easy goal for any project and you guys shattered it in less than 12 hours. Stretch goals: 750K Different knob colors! We won't be clear on what colors we'll use until we do a color study. Bam will make sure this... (Read More)

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