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Guardian Bee Apparel | Helping Beekeepers Help Bees

Created by Terry Chapman

Guardian Bee Apparel | Helping Beekeepers Help Bees
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206 backers pledged $28,539.00 on Kickstarter

Helping beekeepers help bees. Innovative products for forward thinking beekeepers. Our "Easy Access Veil" is just the beginning of our advancements in beekeeping protective clothing.

Raised in Kickstarter
$28,539.00 / 206 backers
Raised in BackerKit
$6,842.00 / 233 backers

Latest Updates from Our Project:

Survey deadline
10 months ago – Fri, Jul 14, 2017 at 03:35:29 PM

Most surveys have been completed but there are a few left to be finalized.  Please complete your survey if you have not.  We will be locking in all of the responses on Wednesday July 19th.  

Thank you! 

Terry

Survey progress
11 months ago – Fri, Jul 07, 2017 at 01:21:41 PM

90% of the surveys have been completed!  Thank you to those that have already done so.  If you have not completed yours yet, please do.  If you have any questions I am always available.  You can message me through Kickstarter, through Guardian bee apparel Facebook page, or by email at support@Guardianbeeapparel.com

Thank You,

Terry

Also please tell your beekeeping friends about our temporary preorder store on backerkit.

https://guardian-bee-apparel.backerkit.com/hosted_preorders

Link to surveys
11 months ago – Sun, Jul 02, 2017 at 02:42:38 PM

If you have not received a survey please follow this link.  You can enter the email you used for kickstarter and the urvey will be sent to you.

  https://guardian-bee-apparel.backerkit.com/

Sizing For Suits And Jackets
11 months ago – Sat, Jul 01, 2017 at 09:32:53 PM

I have had some questions about sizing, here is our size chart and below are my recommendations.

Click the chart to go to the surveys
Click the chart to go to the surveys

Jackets are pretty simple, I recommend ordering one size larger than your t-shirt size.  This will allow for clothing underneath and for bending.

  • For suits the 2 most important categories are chest size and neck to ankle.  You want to find a size that is a few inches (2 to 3) under your total height on neck to ankle and then from there you can adjust up if you need to for chest size(you can also compensate here for midsection size.)  If you have a larger diameter mid-section than you do chest this can make the crotch tight if the suit is sized to your chest measurements because it will raise the crotch.

Please complete your surveys
11 months ago – Fri, Jun 30, 2017 at 06:01:39 PM

Surveys are being sent out as of this morning. Backerkit will be handling the surveys to collect information about your purchase. You will also have the ability to add on additional products through backerkit. In the coming days a temporary online store will be set up online through backerkit to continue pre-selling until our eCommerce site is set up and inventory is in stock. I hope everyone has a great weekend and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Thank you,

Terry