Air Charge | Levitating Charger for iPhone 7 and 6 (Canceled)
The world’s only levitating phone charger designed for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus (also works with the iPhone 6/6s and 6/s Plus)
Air Charge is the only iPhone charger that levitates your iPhone upright in mid air while it charges. Easily place your iPhone 6 or 7 over the charging base and watch it levitate while charging via induction.
Using magnetic waves, the Air Charge will recharge your iPhone through the air while floating by magnetic levitation.
The Air Charge is also completely silent so you can set it on your nightstand while you sleep.
The unique design of the Air Charge allows it to work with any iPhone case because the charger is only making contact with the Lightning Connector.
The charging puck was designed to almost disappear behind the iPhone while it is floating above the minimalistic base.
Arctic White or Stiletto Black
We are giving a free protective carrying bag to every backer who shares this project on Facebook or Twitter.
The Air Charge makes the perfect gift for the gadget lover in your life.
Here is an unedited video showing the Air Charge in action. After it begins charging, you are able to see the iPhone 7 display the charging battery.
Length: 4.45 inches (113 mm)
Width: 2.31 inches (58.64 mm)
Height: 1.00 inch (25.43 mm)
iPhone 6/6s/7: 4.16 ounces (117.8 grams)
iPhone 6 Plus/6s Plus/7 Plus: 4.91 ounces (139.2 grams)
Length: 6.00 inches (152.31 mm)
Height: 1.26 inches (31.88 mm)
20.56 ounces (580 grams)
I founded my previous startup in 2010 and received institutional venture funding in 2011. My startup was acquired by a public company in 2015. I have been able to navigate through tough and unexpected obstacles with my previous startup and I promise to do the same with the Air Charge to make sure that your rewards gets shipped.
- September: Working Prototype
- September/October/November: Kickstarter Campaign
- November: Receive Kickstarter Funds / Establish Manufacturing Partners
- December: Small Batch Production / Create Quality Control Procedures
- January 2017: Mass production
- February: Ship Rewards
Risks and challenges
Manufacturing any new product is hard and challenging, especially when you are inventing something new. I know and understand the risks involved with manufacturing a new product and have taken precautions to prepare for and actively address them.
I will keep everyone updated and informed about any issues that may arise.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
- (60 days)