The BMW of device chargers is here, ditch those ugly white cords

The BMW of device chargers is here, ditch those ugly white cords

Be the first to get your hands on the upcoming FlexCharger –  the “Ultimate Charging Machine” juicing 5 devices at once, including wirelessly, working seamlessly in foreign countries and can maximizes your WiFi signal while its at it. It is the BMW of chargers running a campaign on Indiegogo right now.

On the horizon: No more cord clutter

Imagine how lightweight your work bags will be when you can finally ditch the bundles of cords you carry around for your iPhone, Macbook, maybe an Android tablet and even a separate cord for whatever device your kid plays with? A promising new product out of Germany, called the FlexCharger, expected to ship for the first time in October, shows that German engineering is what was missing from the charging dock all along.

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FlexCharger fits right into existing power outlets. Connectivity is acquired through Apple Lightning adapters and Micro-USB connections, charging nearly all smart devices with a total of 8.4 A charging power between 5 various charging options.

Choose the retractable 6.6 feet cable or “true” wireless charging feature while you charge your devices safely on a tray (no more standing your phone up on a window sill) or put it on its tiltable dock (no more leaving your pricey gadgets on the ground to charge)

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Packaged in a sleek, Apple looking design, the German team behind this charging pod has designed that to be a sleek addition to any room you put it in, not an eyesore. End the family fight over the charging real estate in your home.

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Get it now:

On Indiegogo for a limited time.  The $99 (half price retail) version you get the charging station, power adapter travel set and 3 Apple lighting adapters but add shipping too.  Delivery date scheduled for October (but nothing is guaranteed with Indiegogo campaigns, as I always warn, including eventual product delivery).

 Would you order one?  Which version appeals to you?  Any competitor products out there you like more?