TOP 10 Bizarre, But Successful Kickstarter Projects

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Top 10 Bizarre, But Successful Kickstarter Projects

Do you have a good idea but no money? Then start a crowdfunding action. If you can convince people of the added value of your plans, you’ll soon have the required starting capital together. And even the crazy ideas can succeed, just take a look at this top 10 of bizarre yet successful kickstarter projects.

10. Grilled Cheesus

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If you know that about 31.5% of the world’s population is guilty of buying Jesus merchandise and that almost 100% of all the world’s citizens love cheese, you can overlook that you do not have the grilled Cheesus conceived. Rob Corso and Meg Sheehan were so clever to develop this combination of Jesus and cheese. It’s a sandwich plate that makes you so-called Jesus sandwiches: The head of Jesus is pushed through the plate in the bread. Investment costs amounted to $ 25,000. Fortunately, the duo could count on the help of many enthusiastic crowdfunders.

9. Five-day beard

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A five-day beard can make a man very attractive. And keeps his face warm! Tessa Rushton was especially intrigued by the latter plus point. She developed a beard of cotton that can be fastened with two elastics around your head. In order to get the $ 3,000 needed, she started a crowdfunding action.That proved successful: 25 people put together $ 3,199. Therefore, Tessa could start the same year (2012) with the production of her cotton five-day beard. Her product is sold in a number of retail chains.

8. Soap of meat

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If you ask the Alli Dryer, nothing goes beyond the smell of bacon. In addition, certain fats can solve vigilance. Her idea: soap made of meat. For her soap mixture she uses different fats and other animal products. The result is a brilliant mix of colors and smells. Although the required start-up capital was not very much – $ 1,905 – Alli was forced to start a crowdfunding action. In no time had she had the amount together. As many as 42 people saw bread in this product.

7. Bacon jewelry

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Also crowdfunding campaign number seven from this list, is about bacon. In 2012, Greg Kiesow thought that this delicious piece of meat had to be placed on a pedestal. He wanted to develop a crystal jewelry line. Then you have to think of a piece of bacon – made of crystal – as a chain pendant with matching earrings. His wife and daughter also played an active role in the crowdfunding campaign. And with success: as many as 49 crowdfunders spent $ 2,786 at the end. These people are all rewarded with the complete bacon jewelry line. Greg Kiesow transformed them into walking business cards for his special product.

6. The poop game

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Children aged five to seven make fun of jokes … poop! This data inspired an employee of the Office of Feels Right Design to develop the pole game. The game has something away from UNO: it’s a matter of losing all cards as fast as possible. As a player, the children must do assignments. One of those assignments is to make poke sounds! In order to make the game, the agency needed $ 4,500. The campaign raised $ 11,696. No less than 668 people did not like the humor.

5. Combat kitchen utensils

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The match between the poop game and combat kitchenware? Many enthusiastic people who want to contribute to the development of the product. The campaign for combat kitchenware yielded $ 46,261.That’s a score of 660%: only 7000 dollars needed. In the end, decorator James Brown made a complete series of pots and pans in combat style. The handles and steals were replaced by swords and axles. The underlying thought was that men with the Fighting Man’s Frying Pan series would spend more time in the kitchen.

4. Pi pie pan

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Pie is the English word for pie. And pi (π) is one of the most famous mathematical constants (3,141 592 653 …). Would it be nice to make a pie pi thought Garret H.? To make his pan, Garrett needed $ 2,000.He started a crowdfunding action. And with success: 741 people were excited. They put together $ 17,542. Of course 877% more money than necessary! Garrett H. has developed a beautiful pan made from durable materials.

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3. Menstrual slips

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You can think of monthly discomfort and shame. Or in a hip underwear line! Bureau Harebrained Inc.preferred the last option. They have developed a series of menstrual slips, which on the one hand offer the desired comfort and, on the other hand, the dragon strikes with the inconvenience. Texts like ‘Captain Roodbaard’ and Bleeder of the Pack ‘even make a smile on the face even with the most grumpy woman. Nearly 10,000 people – the percentage of men and women is unknown – contributed to the development. They provided a starting capital of $ 404,763: 4,000% more than the desired $ 10,000.

2. Chicken burrito

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Even more successful was the so-called chickenburrito campaign in 2014. Probably the campaign’s design played a major role in the success. In the video, we will see how the caretaker of the castle burrito is going to shoot. As he goes down from enormous height, he eats some burritos. Every bite he takes provides him with unsalted comments. Only the last burrito – that of himself – can charm him.This stunt gave Noboru Bitoy 1.050 dollars. That’s not so much, you think. Well if you know he had asked for only 8 dollars!

1. Potato salad

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With the statement “I’m going to make a potato salad. I just do not know exactly what kind of “scored Zack Danger Brown hit a huge social media. His campaign yielded nearly $ 55,500. That is $ 55,490 more than why Zack had asked. With this result, he showed that you can easily get people into a crowdfunding action. Whether he knows what potato salad he is going to make? No. However, Zack Danger Brown has promised to spend the whole amount of money on organizing a hot potato festival.

Top 10 Bizarre, But Successful Kickstarter Projects

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