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Local designers raise $45k for magnetic clipboard they created

The fixes are almost laughably simple, which is what makes them smart: a magnetic hinge keeps papers in place and a hard cover keeps them smooth.

James Caldwell (left) and John Paulick designed a magnetic clipboard.

Two local designers created a better clipboard, and they’ve raised more than $45,000 on Kickstarter to fund the project.

The fixes are almost laughably simple, which is what makes them smart: a magnetic hinge keeps papers in place and a hard cover keeps them smooth.

Order a ClipBook here for $49.95.

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The designers, James Caldwell and John Paulick, are Philadelphia University graduates who live in Northeast and Northwest Philadelphia, respectively.

Companies: Philadelphia University

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