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Thread: Article: Zen Bins Kickstarter Product Review and Contest!

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    That's an excellent video. I hope those kids were compensated for their testing!

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    Very nice review. I like by setup boxes for long term storage, but these look perfect for on the go play when I don't need to bring everything. Glad to see you can fit dice in the card trays until they release a dice only tray. Now to decide how many trays to get...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJRETRO View Post
    That's an excellent video. I hope those kids were compensated for their testing!
    Their overall contracts didn't break the bank. But their "Feed Me, Clothe Me, Put A Roof Over My Head" long term bonus seems to be what they were really looking for. Those long term contracts may be hard to unload in a trade anytime soon, but we're hoping it pays off.

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    Top notch article, as always. This will be very helpful in helping educate my friends as to whether they should back this. Thanks!

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    Going to show this to the other players at my store. We might pitch in together to fund a set for a bunch of us

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    Thanks for the review. Grabbed some myself.

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    Update! This morning before we posted Zen Bins was over $1000 from reaching their goal. As of this writing they are $865 away from the $7000 goal. The end is in sight.

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    Durability test was cute, but worthless. Push the tray off the table and let it hit on a side. I don't know how often an adult would drop something flat on it's bottom from a foot above the ground.

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    Update! As of this writing Zen Bins is $81 away from their goal. $81!

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    I quit procrastinating and jumped on the band wagon. Goal hit.

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    Update! Zen Bins has reached their $7000 goal, so these trays will become a reality. Don't forget to enter our contest to get your very own set in time for Origins.

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    Drop Test from Table Top Height

    Quote Originally Posted by Veaotch View Post
    Durability test was cute, but worthless. Push the tray off the table and let it hit on a side. I don't know how often an adult would drop something flat on it's bottom from a foot above the ground.
    We put up a drop test on our Facebook page in slow motion for you. We can adjust the tightness of these as much as we want but the trick is to keep them so they are still easy to open while remaining very secure when transporting in a backpack or whatever.

    http://https://www.facebook.com/page...49923518376976

    A big thanks to The Reserve Pool for showing off our product and to all of our current and future backers!

    -Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zen Bins View Post
    We put up a drop test on our Facebook page in slow motion for you. We can adjust the tightness of these as much as we want but the trick is to keep them so they are still easy to open while remaining very secure when transporting in a backpack or whatever.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Zen-B...49923518376976

    A big thanks to The Reserve Pool for showing off our product and to all of our current and future backers!

    -Brian
    Got an extra "http" in that link there (fixed in my quote).

    Was watching this, and the mention of more coming out makes me even more interested. Glad the funding was reached, gonna keep a close eye on these!

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    Very cool! That's what I'm talking about. Now how about a non carpeted floor? Not many game stores I know of have carpet.

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