The team uses Crowdfunding platforms to create 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 ► Flow Chart.

Two different channels are available to obtain our products

  • Crowdfunding
    • 1 – Campaign is Launched
      Supporters have access to all rewards and early birds pledges.
      Campaigns usually run for 30+ days.
    • 2 – Campaign reaches Goal -> In-Demand.
      The In-Demand pages are launched for a limited period of time.
      Supporters have only access to standard rewards.
    • 3 – In-Demand is closed.
      Campaign is added to RMI.v2 (Reward Management Interface)
      RMI.v2 allows contributors select options for their reward and save shipping address.
  • Direct Sales
    • A – The A1200.net site distribute our products
    • B – Only a selected number of our products are available through Partners and resellers.