Reflex Survivor

A project in Walnut Creek, CA by Bradley Clifford

Cancelled by Creator

A product that mixes two very different technologies together into a much more capable product.
Backers: 2
Average Pledge Per Backer: $51

Funded: $101 of $35,000
Dates: Feb 29th -> Apr 25th (56 days)
Project By: Bradley Clifford
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Flotation Proof

March 1st - via:
Please see the image below. This was conducted with multiple weights.  The vest will float on the surface of the water until the 17.4 pound marker, which is when the vest starts to sink.  So with this conclusion, the vest meets the US Coast Guard... (Read More)

First Sample Review

March 1st - via:
The initial samples received, more specifically samples 1-2. Were a rougher drafted design still in concept. As you may review both the first edition vs where the vests are now. The comparison is night and day.  The Sample 1-2 material was used of... (Read More)

Materials and Stitching

March 1st - via:
Hello Everyone, Please see the listed materials used below. Material Used Fabric: CR neoprene / Shoulder Fabric:SBR neoprene Zipper:Plastic zipper Overlock Fabric:Nylon fabric Sewing Process:Flat lock stitching Tight Loops: PVC foam Back... (Read More)

Video Coming Soon

March 1st - via:
Hello Everyone,  San Fransisco has been nothing but rainy for as long as I can remember. This rain has prevented me from going out to the beach and showing you this great product.  Unfortunately, I will have to make a video of this product at my... (Read More)

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