Peak Design is currently having a so-called Weird Times Sale till April 6th with 20-40% off of most of their products. They will also launch their Travel Tripod for standard retail on April 7th. For the first four days of sales, they will donate 100% of profits from the tripod to fight Coronavirus and climate change. Finally, Peak Design is also having a Stay-at-Home Film Festival/Contest on Instagram.
Weird Times Sale
Firstly, Peak Design is launching a large sale including almost all of its products. Through April 6th (midnight PT), you can get 20-40% off for many products like camera bags, straps, and more. Here are more details as well as terms and conditions:
- 20% off all products except Travel Tripod + tripod accessories
- 40% off all V1 Everyday Bags (while supplies last)
- Other discounts/coupons, including bundle discounts, will not be valid during this site-wide sale
- Sale prices do not apply to IPP/EPP members
- Discount not valid on previous purchases
- Discount applies to product prices only, and not tax/shipping
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Peak Design Travel Tripod Available From April 7th, 2020
The Peak Design Travel Tripod was first announced in May 2019 and, as usual for new Peak Design products, it was offered through Kickstarter. You can read more about the unique tripod in our previous article. In the course of the crowdfunding campaign, with over $12M from over 27.000 backers it became one of the most successful Kickstarter projects ever. Since then the company was busy fine-tuning the tripod and sending the units to their KS backers.
Now Peak Design announced they are launching the Travel Tripod globally for standard retail on April 7th. The company also announced that for the first four days of the tripod sale, they will be donating 100% of tripod profits to coronavirus relief (via the CDC Foundation) and fighting climate change (via Climate Neutral).
Stay-at-Home Photo + Film Fest
Last but not least, Peak Design started a Photo + Film Festival called Stay-at-Home. PD is announcing the topics at their Instagram. The current topic is “time”. The created movies should be kept to 60 seconds or less and should be posted on Instagram while tagging Peak Design and using the hashtag #PDstayathomeTime. Submit by Sunday, April 5th.
The videos must be created in the house (or the yard). They can’t be a repost of earlier work. Showing process or explaining more in the caption is great (but not required). Prizes are Peak Design gift cards (1st: $600, 2nd: $200, 3rd: $100).
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