“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.”

–Maya Angelou



Marketed as the world’s smallest EDC key tool, MICRO is designed to be a more compact organizer and replace traditional key chains.

Lighter than a quarter and made of stainless steel, it holds two or 10 keys and is also usable as a box cutter, bottle opener and prying tool. It has a built-in loop to attach to a car key fob.

Assembly is easy, using a coin, screwdriver or even your thumb.

MICRO’s expected retail price of $15 includes three key organizers. Worldwide shipping is expected to begin in March.

Hex Solo


Hex Solo is for preparing camping, hiking and picnicking meals. The six pieces are a 20cm non-stick, non-spill frying pan; 900ml nesting bowl; 250ml collapsible coffee/tea cup; multi-purpose prep box; Japan-crafted spatula, and an expandable, detachable spork with three levels of length adjustment.

Also available are the 9-in-1 Hex Duo (two bowls, cups and sporks) and the 18-in-1 Jumbo Kit (two pans, prep boxes and spatulas, and four bowls, cups and sporks).

Retail prices for each size kit will be $54, $62 and $126, respectively. Shipping to crowdfunding backers is to begin in December.



ROXs uses no screens, with the intention of getting kids and families moving and running outdoors. Its games encourage creativity and imagination.

ROXs is based on wirelessly connected pods that come with different sensors, lights and sound effects. The hand-sized pods are controlled by a mobile app that parents can control and features different games. Players must run between the pods in order to deactivate the sensors by tapping, shaking, moving or shooting (with a ball, a Nerf gun etc.) at the pods.

The system will retail for $169, with shipping to crowdfunding backers set for December.

Volta XL


Volta XL improves on the original Volta by providing strong power delivery on USB-C devices. XL also fully supports 87W USB-C power adapter charging for the 15-inch MacBook Pro and 60W 13-inch MacBook Pro. OTG enabled, it lets you charge other smartphones.

The cable comes with a lifetime warranty and fast charging, an estimated 70 percent faster than regular cable. It detaches from your device instantly if you accidentally snag the cord.

The Volta XL cable set retails for $45, with shipping to crowdfunding backers under way.