We love crowdfunding here at TechNutty, a lot of projects change the way that we think about things and they even provide us with so new products and services that we have never thought about before.

Each and every month we cover a range of crowdfunding projects that are interesting and last month was no different.

Because of the number of posts that we publish in our crowdfunding category, it might be possible that you might have missed some of these and so we are going to round up what we think are some of the best crowdfunding projects that we talked about during June 2017.

Check them out below.


The Oaxis InkCase i7 Plus

Posted by Nicholas Griffin | 28/06/2017 2:01 PM

The InkCase i7 Plus was launched by Oaxis on Kickstarter at the end of last month. It’s a pretty interesting case for the iPhone 7 Plus that puts an E-ink display on the back of your iPhone.

This display can be used to display photos, help you read articles and even take a selfie.

Check out our article about it here.

The Zolo Liberty+ Wireless Earbuds

Posted by Nicholas Griffin | 24/06/2017 7:41 PM

The Zolo Liberty+ are a new pair of earbuds that claim to be “the solution” to wireless earbuds with Graphene-Enhanced Sound, a 48-hour continuous playback time, and Bluetooth connectivity.

Check out the earbuds here.

Aumi Mini

Posted by Nicholas Griffin | 22/06/2017 12:58 PM

The Aumi Mini is a pretty interesting device that will help those people who keep missing notifications. If that’s something that you keep doing and want to stop doing than this nightlight might be the product for you.

Read more about it here.

ORA: the “world’s first Graphene headphones”

Posted by Nicholas Griffin | 22/06/2017 11:19 AM

Earlier this month we released another article about a Kickstarter project for a set of Graphene headphones called ORA.

These headphones claim to be the first to use Graphene to deliver better sound, while being 200 times stronger than steel and 1,000 times lighter than paper.

Read more about ORA here.

Tertill: The solar-powered weed killing robot

Posted by Nicholas Griffin | 16/06/2017 1:12 AM

If weeds are a problem in your garden and you don’t fancy cutting them down then Tertill is for you. It is a robot that uses tech to hunt down weeds within your garden and cut them down automatically.

And all of this is powered by the sun.

Read more about Tertill here.

goButton: the open-spurce version of Amazon’s Dash

Posted by Nicholas Griffin | 05/06/2017 3:21 PM

goButton is a pretty awesome device that follows Amazon’s original idea of the Dash buttons but that is both crowdfunded and open-source.

These buttons can be used for pretty much any purpose that you need them for, not just for ordering things.

Read more about the goButton here.

Smart Buckle: The strap that makes any watch smart

Posted by Nicholas Griffin | 07/06/2017 9:56 PM

if you are still holding off on a smartwatch because you like your current watch too much then you might be interested in the crowdfunding project for Smart Buckle.

Smart Buckle is so interesting because it is a strap that you can attach to any watch and build smart functions into it.

Read more about Smart Buckle here.

Boson, the modular electronics kit for building robots

Posted by Nicholas Griffin | 01/06/2017 11:34 PM

Boson was a cute and pretty cool project that we talked about last month.

It is a modular electronics kit that can be used to build your own robots, and hopefully learn about how robots work, electronics, and building stuff.

Read about Boson here.


A fan-made film for The Witcher

Posted by Tim Edwards | 21/06/2017 10:45 PM

The Witcher was easily one of the best games that was posted in the last few years, all thanks to its story, gameplay and soundtrack.

Many have thought that this will also work great in a film setting instead of just in a game, so much so that one group took to Indiegogo last month to launch a fan-made film for the series.

Read more about the film here.

Juiced Board: The cheaper yet full-featured electronic skateboard

Posted by Nicholas Griffin | 08/06/2017 12:10 AM

If you have ever looked at electronic skateboards or longboards before then one of the first things that you may have noticed is the price.

These boards are very expensive, however, there is a competitor that is looking to change this.

Called the Juiced Board, it is an electronic skateboard that aims to take on the rest with a cheaper price tag, while keeping all of the specs that you would expect.

Read more about it here.

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