We reviewed Fonesalesman’s WoodPuck Bamboo Wireless charger awhile back and were impressed by its classy design and functionality. The company has announced a new limited collection of three new coffee inspired designs for consumers to choose from: Espresso, Latte, and Macchiato join the classic Cappuccino design.
“Charging your smartphone has become a constant pain for so many people and running out of battery is something that happens way too often. WoodPuck: Bamboo Edition is one of our most popular wireless charging pads so we wanted to have some fun with them. And what better inspiration than the world of coffee. Our products are all about convenience for our customers, and we can’t wait for people to experience the world of wireless charging.” – Bavan Palasanthiran, the founder of Fonesalesman.
There are many wireless charger options out there, but the Limited Edition WoodPuck series add a level of elegance to the design. Assembled using hand picked sustainable Mao Zhu Bamboo, the microUSB plug is hidden underneath to help the charger blend into any office or home environment.
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Low battery? Stay charged-up with coffee inspired wireless chargers
Limited edition wireless charging pads provide everything you need to keep your battery topped up
21 July 2015: Fonesalesman, the experts in wireless charging, have released a collection of brand new WoodPuck: Bamboo Edition charging pads to join the classic Cappuccino design, including the Espresso, Latte and Macchiato styles.
Brewing the perfect cup of coffee to keep you going throughout the day is considered an art form by coffee lovers and something they take very seriously. Inspired by this dedication on keeping energised, Fonesalesman have transformed their WoodPuck: Bamboo Edition charging pad, introducing three bold new designs to help keep your phone fully charged all day long.
The wireless charging pads from Fonesalesman are inspired by four of the most popular kinds of coffee, the cappuccino, the espresso, the latte and the macchiato. Each shade of the beautiful bamboo chargers has a sleek look and feel, ensuring they stylishly and luxuriously sit on your office desk, bedside table or kitchen counter.
The Limited Edition WoodPuck presents the perfect marriage between nature, technology, practicality and beauty. The WoodPuck is assembled using hand picked Mao Zhu Bamboo, a sustainable material that grows ten times quicker than wood. Crafted with all details considered, the WoodPuck hides the micro-USB socket & plug making the Qi technology inside even more discreet and helping the charger to blend into any environment.
Bavan Palasanthiran, the founder of Fonesalesman, comments, “Charging your smartphone has become a constant pain for so many people and running out of battery is something that happens way too often. WoodPuck: Bamboo Edition is one of our most popular wireless charging pads so we wanted to have some fun with them. And what better inspiration than the world of coffee. Our products are all about convenience for our customers, and we can’t wait for people to experience the world of wireless charging.”
The Limited Edition WoodPuck is available to buy at www.fonesalesman.com for a limited time only.
Fonesalesman is determined to make the world without wires a reality for its customers. They are responsible for the Nature-Infused Wireless Charger, WoodPuck: Bamboo Edition and the First Completely Wireless Mobile Battery QiStone+, both of which have received great praise from customers and press alike. They launched an incredibly successful Indiegogo campaign which introduced iPhone users to wireless charging for the first time with iQi Mobile, surpassing the initial campaign goal by more than 500%.
Last Updated on November 27, 2018.