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Kickstarter is a gold mine of ideas that beg to come to fruition. However, there is no telling if the money you pledge supports a ­winner, and getting a dud in return is a risk many backers don’t want to take.

“People see things on Kickstarter but they don’t get to try, touch the products or feel them. Without physical contact, they might not have confidence in the gadget,” says Nison Chan.

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