LunaTik Touch Pen shipping out to backers next week

A couple weeks ago, I mentioned that the LunaTik Touch Pen (which was funded on Kickstarter back in February) was a little behind on its shipping deadlines. According to the original projection, I was supposed to have my Touch Pen in my hands by the end of April. Well, it seems that I should have it in the next week or two. Here’s what was posted for backers a couple days ago:

As we mentioned last week, our manufacturing house has ramped up mass production and we are on target to complete all Touch Pen production in the next few days. Some of you should start seeing shipping notifications as early as today or tomorrow and the majority of shipping notifications will go out next week.

You may also have noticed that we don’t rest much around here:) With Touch Pens nearly out the door, we couldn’t help but come back for a 3rd time on Kickstarter. We appreciate your ongoing patience with the Touch Pen delays and would like to give you the exclusive heads-up on our latest Kickstarter launch, which went live only moments ago. Introducing TAKTIK: Premium Protection for the iPhone.

Andreas talked about the TAKTIK iPhone case yesterday, and here it is: only two days into the project, and they are almost fully funded. They currently have 75% of their $150,000 goal and still have 28 days of the campaign left.  This company has certainly gained a loyal following. I have high hopes for my Touch Pen to be arriving soon, and I expect it to be amazing. With my luck it will probably arrive while I am out of town, but at least I know it will be waiting for me when I get home.

[LunaTik Touch Pen on Kickstarter]
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Bryan Faulkner

Bryan Faulkner is a former associate editor at Pocketables. He loves to find new ways to use his tablets while working as the Tech Director at his local church. Mixing sound from the iPad is his newest obsession. He currently has a pair of HP TouchPads, an iPad 2, a decommissioned HTC EVO 4G, and a Samsung Galaxy Note II to tinker with.