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https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1061749597/rgg-360-the-best-ergonomic-handle-for-miniature-pa

New Kickstarter campaign from Redgrassgames. RGG 360° an ergonomic handle for miniature painting. Live on Kickstarter





   
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How well does this putty stuff hold a slotta base?

What's the weight limit on the putty?

What's the effective temperature range of it?

If it gets dusty does it lose all its grip?

   
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Exhilarating 360 degree rotation?

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It's a stick with blutack on the end. So that's a 'nope' from me...

To be something I want to pay for, a miniature holder needs to do something more than I can do at home with an old paint pot, and having a spinny end just isn't quite exhilarating enough for the price tag, sorry.

If they come back with something that actually holds the miniature in place, rather than relying on the rather variable grippyness of poster adhesive, that would be something to look at.

   
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I have a hobby holder and I like a lot the handle bar that it has, but this I really don't see the appeal (unlike their wetpalette which is really nice).
   
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West Michigan, deep in Whitebread, USA

Any time I have needed a hobby holder I use a 1" wood cube from a pack at Hobby Lobby and blue-tac. Normally (a couple decades, now) I just hold minis by the base and paint the rims last.



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This is exhilarating enough to have pulled in £40k.
   
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The added value compared to GW's 6 euro handle is that it can accidentally move as you paint

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Ive pledged for 1 grip as its a novel idea and fairly cheap, but im not sure on the handle design is it as comfy as they say!? I cant say ive had any probs with the "normal" handle shape!

Im always interested in what else is available as at the mo ive got 1 GW handle and a set of the Rathcore v3's
   
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RGG 360° the best ergonomic handle for miniature painting KS campaign final hours
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1061749597/rgg-360-the-best-ergonomic-handle-for-miniature-pa
Key point:
-Ergonomic handle to stay focused and to hold your miniature naturally without causing hand fatigue.
-360° rotation to offer more control and help you achieve a better painting on every angle-Effortlessly.
-Stick them all! Round, square, small, large, exotic bases…10 to 50mm you can stick them all
-10 € only! You can even save more with our bundles and offers on Everlasting wet palette. FREEBIES!
-Reviewers and pro-painters truly love it and are already using it daily.



   
 
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