Flexy Featured in Kickstarter Article

Posted by Michael Sargent on

I was recently interviewed by Nitsuh Abebe from Kickstarter for an article about the popularity of wallets on their platform:

https://www.kickstarter.com/stories/wallets

It's a good article and worth a read if you're interested in hearing a little about my motivation for using crowdfunding and launching the Carbon Tactics brand.

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Introducing Flexy 2.0: Titanum, Aluminum, Carbon Fiber

Posted by Michael Sargent on

We just launched our newest project on Kickstarter a few minutes ago: Flexy 2.0!

In addition to carbon fiber, we created two new designs: Titanium and Anodized 7075 Aluminum

Flexy 2.0: Titanium Un-Wallet

If you haven't checked out Kickstarter before, being a part of a project is really a lot of fun.  I believe in this project, and I hope that it gains the support to move forward into production in the near future!

-Mike

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Webshop Redesign

Posted by Michael Sargent on

I just migrated our website to a new host (Shopify) and did a complete re-design at the same time.  Page load times should be improved, and I hope you like the new look!  The store is live, and if it's on the website, it's in stock. 

I will be migrating old blog posts to the new site over the course of the next few days.

-Mike

 

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Introducing Cinchy!

Posted by Michael Sargent on

I am pleased to announce that we are launching our next Kickstarter project today!  It's called Cinchy, and it's a belt that utilizes a carbon fiber buckle and nylon belt strap.  I will post a link to the Kickstarter page in a couple hours when the project launches.  In the meantime, here is a sneak peak of the belt in action. UPDATE: Here's the link to Cinchy on Kickstarter

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Flexy in the Newspaper

Posted by Michael Sargent on

I recently had an interview with the Arizona Daily Star about Flexy and my experience on Kickstarter.  The article printed this past Sunday, and it was a thrill to see my invention and business covered.  I'm the last guy that wants to be famous, but it was still fun to see my face in the paper.  Here is a link to the article:

Website helps dreams come true

Here is a picture they took of me standing next to my fabric rack, filled with rolls of carbon fiber, Kevlar, fiberglass, and some other miscellaneous materials.

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