Student Beatriz Paiva kickstarts Tick Tock Beaver
19 June 2013
Beatriz was inspired by the fact that most kids only brush their teeth for less than 40 seconds when she decided to create the Tick Tock beaver, a playful teeth timer.
The prototype was developed by her boyfriend, who is a designer. They are now raising £20K to cover manufacturing costs through Kickstarter - a website that helps inventors fund their ideas.
Read her blog post about this initiative.
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