KitBrix has confirmed that its recent Kickstarter campaign for the launch of the CityBrix V2 modular backpack has been over 200 per cent funded by supporters.
With four days still to go before the campaign ends, the CityBrix backpack has received £20,583 of funding from 151 backers, with benefits including limited edition versions of the pack, along with a pre-launch V2 model.
The pack is designed around a modular concept combining use for both sport and professional use, including sections for wet and dry clothing, sealed pockets for laptops and other electronic devices and a general compartment for other day-to-day items.
In a statement on the Kickstrter page, KitBrix commented: “As part of our development, we asked our in-house photographer Indy Hodder to test the CityBrix while completing a physical training course in Central London. She was required to keep her gym kit and work-related items ready for the entire day: a routine of early morning swim sessions, followed by lessons, lunch, training and a commute home to the South coast for three days, back-to-back. These are the facilities she appreciated most in the CityBrix.”