inCharge


  • $20,000

  • Ended

A portable charging cable for your phone.


  • $20,000

  • Ended

There’s no lack of small charging cables today, with several options out there. Most are less than ideal, though, something inCharge wants to change. This clever little cable snaps onto your keyring (for example) using a magnet, so that you won’t leave it at home, and is always there when you need to top up your phone’s battery.

The inCharge comes in several different colors, and you choose from Lightning to USB, or micro-USB to USB. There’s not so much more to say about it really, either you like it or you don’t, but you’ll have to applaud the creator’s view on packaging.

We are still thinking about the possible packaging solutions, and we want to share with you our two options. Let us know which one you like the most!

We leave you the choice whether to get your inCharge with or without the packaging. We’d like to minimize our impact on the environment by avoiding unnecessary waste from packaging material.

The perks range from just one inCharge, to several, obviously. Get one for your friends, or event the whole office! Oh, and be sure to pick the type of connector you use (Lightning or micro-USB), since not all cables are created equal.

Favorite perk ($15)

You will get 2 inCharge Essential (lightning), shipping cost included! This perk doesn’t include packaging and keyring. It’s just the product, bare naked. We suggest this perk if the product is for your own use, so we avoid producing waste from packaging material. **We will contact you by the end of the campaign for the color!

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