04 Apr Take a look at our first Junior Kit
It has been a busy but very exciting week at Infento. Everybody had one goal in their mind: finish the first kit for shipment. And we succeeded in this! So without further ado, we present to you our very first Junior Kit:
(From left to right: Sander, Rogier, Thijs, Spencer, Pieter and big Infento fans Stella and Hugo)
The Junior Kit consists of one small box, one big box and one crate. These three are packed with their contents into one big protective outer box to ensure that every kit arrives at its destination without dents or other damages.
Do you want a close-up? Here you can see the kit from the side with the small Infento wheels, seats and aluminum profiles:
And this shot is taken from above. It gives you a good view of the content in the small and big box:
Every kit comes with a lot of bolts and nuts. You have to be quite experienced in hardware to immediately see the difference between a M6 or M8 bolt. And what the heck does it even stand for? A lot of our readers will know this question, but for the ones that don’t, here goes: “M” stands for metric and the following number is the thread diameter in millimeter. Thus: M5 has a thread of 5 mm. The number doesn’t refer to the size of spanner that you need. M5 needs an 8 mm spanner for example.
We’re also starting with the assembly and production of our Creator and Master Creator Kits that are meant for our European customers. Alongside this we work hard to finish all the kits for our American supporters. We want to get a container full of kits on a ship crossing the Atlantic as soon as possible. We will keep you updated as much as we can since we understand that every Kickstarter backer (and their children or grand children) is eagerly waiting to receive their very own Infento kit!