A new spinning top design has launched via Kickstarter this week called the Saturn. Offering a CNC-machined spinning top from one solid bar of 7075 aluminum for precision and quality. No welding, No glues, No Parts. Constructed from a solid piece of metal, SATURN tops are designed to last forever. “Every spinning top is meticulously checked to ensure that only perfectly balanced tops receive aserial number.”
Special early bird pledges are now available for the interesting project from roughly $57 or £42. If the Saturn spinning top Kickstarter campaign is successful and fullfilment progresses smoothly, worldwide shipping is expected to take place sometime around JUne 2021. To learn more about the Saturn spinning top project review the promotional video below.
“SATURN are the best desk companions, great educational items, amazing toys, and an invaluable tool for brainstorming and stress relief. Believe it or not, tops are also incredible social icebreakers for meetings and great for fun Saturday night spinning competitions. Best of all? They will last forever, never outdated. Buy once and keep it forever. That’s why they are great gifts. Our spinning tops are designed to be passed on for generations.”
“Bigger. Much better ergonomics, easier to spin, and a beautiful art piece. We knew that in order to take SATURN to the next level we had to find the perfect dimensions. We didn’t just increase it randomly we prototyped many different sizes and we settled for the perfect balance. This makes a huge difference now it’s much easier to spin and has a more solid look, feel, and increased weight to it. It’s actually very impressive what difference the perfect size can do.”
Each spinning top is constructed from Aerospace 7075 aluminium alloy metal and weighs approximately 82g. For a complete list of all available pledges, stretch goals, extra media and detailed specs, jump over to the official Saturn spinning top crowd funding campaign page by following the link below.
Source : Kickstarter
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