How does A1200NET operates (and how to support)

How does this all work?

Retro computer enthusiasts supports our team to create replacement parts
And it can be confusing on how we operate.


The team uses Crowdfunding platforms to make new compatible parts for Amiga & retro hardware.

  • Crowdfunding campaigns helps us to build industrial tools to produce replacement parts.
  • These tools are necessary. Original tools are long gone and new ones are necessary to make new replacement parts for the Amiga classic line of computers and other products.

    IndieGoGo or Kickstarter aren’t marketplaces nor online shops.


    • If you are not patient – please do not contribute
      – These industrial projects can take years to deliver!
    • When you pledge on any Crowdfunding campaign
      – You are NOT placing any order!– You are JUST financially supporting a project.
    • When said project reaches production
      – You will get the corresponding reward to your pledge.
    • Keep in mind that
      – You are only financially supporting a project.
      The nature of these projects (plastic injection) yield a risk of losing 100% of the funds you supported the project with.


Should you disagree with any of these statements
Please do not support any crowdfunding campaign!

2 ► See Diagram below to understand flows.

Two different channels are available to obtain our products

  • Crowdfunding
    • 1 – Campaign is OPEN
      Supporters can pledge on any reward or options and have access to early birds.
      The campaign is usually open for 30+ days.
    • 2 – Campaign hit the Goal -> In-Demand.
      The InDemand features starts – for a limited period of time.
      Supporters have access to selected rewards only.
      No access to early birds.
    • 3 – Between One to Three months after In-Demand is closed.
      Campaign is added to RMI (Reward Management Interface)
      Online RMI site allows you to select your options if needed and to control your shipping information.
  • Direct Sales
    • A – A1200net will distribute our products in the near future
    • B – Partners and resellers are distributing a selected number of our products.

Where to Buy?


1 ► New Amiga 1200 Cases

New Official Amiga 1200 cases are available from online resellers.

You can find the list of resellers from the Where To Buy section.

2 ► New Compatible Amiga Keycaps

New replacement keycaps for Amiga classics to be available Q4-2020

What is RMI v2?

RMI & RMI v2


RMI stands for : Reward Management Interface.
It is the online interface all crowdfunding backers supporting A1200.NET campaigns need to use to select their options.

Your pledge always appears within RMI between 1 to 3 months after a campaign has closed.


RMI is an online tool for Backers to do the following:

  • Edit / Update their Shipping Address
  • Select rewards options like colors etc..
  • Select bonuses options like T-shirt size, Mugs logo etc..
  • Use and benefit of our partners Vouchers programs
    (under development)
  • Follow shipping status with tracking number
  1. A first version called RMI.v1 is still available for A1200 case backers only. This version will merge later on within RMI.v2
  2. Current version is RMI.v2 :
    For ALL campaigns except A1200 Cases.

RMI.v2 is always open

All backers, please note this:

  • When contributing to a crowdfunding campaign, your pledge options will only be available after the campaign has ended.
  • You can always access your pledges through RMI.v2 to review options, and perks.
  • RMI.v2 has two date time limits for each campaign
    – The date until when you can edit/update your options selection.
    – The date until when you can edit/update your shipping address.

Amiga 1200 case backers:

Please use RMI v1 only.
Created just after the New Amiga 1200 Kickstarter campaign.
Link: https://www.a1200.net/backers

How to access RMI?

To log in
– Use your Indiegogo account email!

No Password?
– If you’re a first time user
-> You need to CLAIM a new password first.
> Fill in your IGG
> Click on REQUEST button.

When this is done you’ll get an email with a LINK to generate your password.

RMI.v2 – How it works?

RMI.v2 – How it works?

Read RMI.v2 dedicated BLOG ENTRY for all details about RMI.v2 operations.


A1200 cases & keycaps not availables in the Shop! Why?

The Shop

  • The Shop only offers a limited set of items for now
  • A1200 replacement cases are currently available from our partners
  • Replacement keycaps should be available from 2020

Amiga Keycaps compatibility


Your Amiga computer needs to respect these two criteria

1 – Amiga 500 / Amiga 2000 / Amiga 3000(T) / Amiga 600 / Amiga 1200 / Amiga 4000(T)

2 – Keyboard switches: Mitsumi Hybrid

  • Note:
    • A1200Net keycaps are only compatible with
      Mitsumi Hybrid Switches
    • Please check your keyboard technical specifications first.

I have a new case. How to get replacement keycaps?

  • Amiga compatible Keycaps sets were only available from Kickstarter and IndieGoGo for now.
  • Public distribution might be possible at a later time.
  • Backers can select their  colors using the Reward Management Interface v2. (RMI.v2)

I have more questions!

Projects Details & Information

  • Use this FAQ to look for answers.
  • All crowdfunding projects are fully detailed on their respective campaign page.
  • If you have any special request: Contact us

I have replacement keycaps. How to get a new case?

  • New A1200 cases are available from our partners (Where To Buy)

Can we still support a Crowdfunding project when its Campaign is over?

When a campaign ends new contributors can still support it for the duration of the IndieGoGo InDemand feature.

IndieGoGo InDemand is a feature offered by IndieGoGo that allows new supporters to join the party once a campaign has ended and only if it reached its Goal.

By supporting a project on IndieGoGo or IndieGoGo Indemand you agree to following statements below:

  1. The contribution you made on said project is non refundable.
    Refund requests are possible under certain circumstances and prior tooling processes where your funds are engaged.
  2. A1200NET is a Team of passionate people running Amiga & retro computer related projects. They do this on their spare time and each team member has his own day job. As such there is no other time of delivery than the one available on the Crowdfunding campaign page.

    Due to the nature of these projects being in heavy industry, delays are part of the projects.
    When delays happen, they can expand the duration and wait time for your rewards to reach you by several months or years.

    – You are advised to always follow campaign updates thoroughly to stay informed and up to date with current progress.

  3. You agree you are not buying a finished nor currently available product. You are merely financially supporting its project.
  4. You agree you are supporting & helping A1200NET to build the tools necessary to produce this item.
  5. As IndieGoGo states it you understand that you do not directly buy a finished product, but only contribute to the process of creating the tools needed in said item production.
    Risk is always part of any crowdfunding project.
    Therefore you understand and agree that A1200.NET Team can’t be held responsible for external elements or events that could lead the Team to not being able to produce the item, and even that such events could render the project to a fail.
    But it’s unlikely to happen 🙂
  6. #AmigaRulez!