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Thank you Indiegogo Backers!

This is a big thanks to all the current people who are backing our project on Indiegogo for the Kabuto Focus! Our big thanks too:

Andreas Brett / Ben Crossman / Boiantz / Botchla411 / Chris Young / Danial Othman / Evan Nevermore / Gonzalo Saloma / Greg.Thomas / Griffin Hammond / Haytham Albader / James.Newman24 / JoffreyHoogenDoorn / Kap1446 / Kip From OCN / Kevin Ho / Manely Vives Batista / Mediabakery / NegaMatt / Noonka / Pao Xiong / Parkylondon / Raphael Brand / Rio Nainggolan / Sultan Al-salem / Swageberg Productions / Tobias Cornille / Tom-Cowam / Tyhughes146 / Vezina01 and all who help sharing our Indiegogo Project too.

Also big thanks to ISO1200 who is the first who also help blogging and sharing our project.


Want to be listed too! Just help backing us for just 1 euro or purchase any of the other perks plus we will send you exclusive backers email updates of what is going on! http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/kabuto-focus-lever

If you want to have your name linked to your website or anywhere else, send us an email and help backing us! Also we will show you some interesting tips and tricks of crowd funding along with the progresses we are making.


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