IIRC the last money they had left was donated to Feminist Frequency on YouTube, needless to say not a lot of people were happy about it. And it's not like they can sue them since they claim to be completely bankrupt.Grey wrote: ↑Tue Apr 02, 2019 2:26 amEventually she sold the company (Devi Ever) and refunded about half of the Kickstarter backers, so whatever capital there was to produce it is obviously long gone. She goes by a different name now and all of the "Devi Ever" social media stuff is operated by the people who currently own the company.
Their website is up and there's a big ad that says you can make pedals for them as a franchise and they get a cut of the profit, which makes them ripping you off like they did Dwarfcraft much easier I suppose.
It was funnier when they started ranting about how it was gamer gate, transphobes and white men's fault in the gear industry that their company folded, only to be met by hundreds of people telling them they still hadn't refunded their money and a ton of Dwarfcraft supporters just piling on 'em.
It's a sad end, but you reap what you sow. I remember when Devi was THE cool name in the pedal world and I still like my Soda Meiser, as someone else around here said. And that Russian company that's making the "new and improved" Console now seems to be doing OK, more power to 'em.