"Beehive Picture Hangers" which makes the adjustment of the mounting position of the forehead dramatically easier

When decorating a picture in the forehead, it is not possible to put two chestnuts flat on the wall successfully, the forehead has become a naname, and there are many people who had quite troublesome thought that it started again from the beginning .... The receiving tool which solved this problem "Beehive Picture Hangers"By attaching a special metal fitting to the forehead, you can easily adjust the angle of the forehead even if the position of the hook is bad.

Beehive Picture Hangers by Matt Bigelow - Kickstarter

You can tell what kind of product Beehive is in one shot by watching the following movie.

When decorating a picture on a wall it is necessary to measure the size of the forehead and the distance to the position of the forehead decorated from the edge of the wall and decide where to fix it.

This is laborious work, failing to measure ... ....

The position of the hook that stuck on the wall was wrong, and the forehead became evening.

In that case, pull out the cake again ... ...

I need to fix where I failed, it's pretty tough.

It is also not a pleasant thing that the back of the forehead becomes clumsy.

So, "Beehive Picture Hangers" was created to dramatically simplify the task of decorating the forehead on the wall.

How to use is 3 steps. First, attach the holder to the upper two places behind the forehead.

Push the amount of the state with the holder tightly against the part you want to decorate the wall.

There is a barbecued in the back part of the holder, so when pressing it against the wall ......

A trace sticks like this.

It is good to drive in the receiving tool there.

After that you complete the holder with a holder.

The advantage of Beehive Picture Hangers is that you can adjust the position to put the forehead even after fixing the receiver on the wall. I will look at the mechanism using a transparent plate.

There are plenty of holes in the holder like a beehive, so I put it in the hole in the middle of the top ... ...

You can easily fine-tune it by putting it on a corner. When you hang it on the wall and look away from it, you do not have to remove the receiving tool even when you say "being turned into a ... ...!", It is very convenient because you can easily change the position.

We can withstand up to 30 lbs (about 14 kg), so it's no problem to put in force on the forehead.

You can decorate it even with a large amount.

There are two types of Beehive Picture Hangers, "ORIGINAL" and "MAX", ORIGINAL uses 68 holes and MAX can adjust the position of the forehead using 143 holes. Although the load carrying capacity is 14 kg, the range of adjustment after the fixture is fixed by the MAX is larger.

Herb Bigelow and Matt Vigelow who developed Beehive Picture Hangers. Herb has been engaged in advertisement and design as art director for more than 20 years, Matt is usually making a living as a photographer.

Currently Beehive Picture Hangers is a cloud funding siteKickstarterWhile we are seeking investment for commercialization, we have already set aside a target price of $ 42,000 (about 5.1 million yen) and we have already succeeded in collecting more than $ 60,000 (about 7.3 million yen) I will. If you invest 5 dollars (about 600 yen), you can get "MAX" which is set with receivers and screws. You can change the number of MAX you can get as you increase the investment, such as two sets of MAX at 10 dollars (about 1200 yen) and 9 pieces at 25 dollars (about 3000 yen). Also, we have a plan to get 12 sets of "ORIGINAL" with a contribution of 25 dollars, etc. We also deal with "ORIGINAL" only or "ORIGINAL and MAX combined set" etc, so decide how much the position is It is better to decide which plan to invest in depending on whether you want to adjust it. Although shipping to Japan is also supported, please note that shipping fee will be charged separately $ 25 (about 3000 yen).

In addition, Beehive Picture Hangers' contribution deadline is 21:54 on March 19, 2015.

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