Couchlet Charging Station

Apr 30, 2015

Category: Tech

One of the biggest problems in our connected world is that our smartphone doesn’t always last as long as we do. Constantly, we’re looking for somewhere to charge our phone. But a problem arises when you need to charge your phone but still need to use it to respond to emails or browse Facebook just before bed: your smart phone can’t reach the bed if it’s attached to the wall. Now, there’s a solution. Introducing Couchlet, a thin charging dual-USB port that nestles between cushions or pillows to make for a more comfortable reach of your phone while it’s charging.

The Couchlet has a 6-foot USB cord that plugs into any wall charger. It also has a foldable arm that can be wedged under the bed or couch cushion to create more stability for the device. The Couchlet is currently selling to early backers for $16 on Indiegogo, where it has reached 164% of its initial funding goal with over 1700 backers. [Purchase]

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