The new line of Puku charging devices merge form, function, and style, allowing users to charge mobile devices on the go. Now available at their Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, backers of the campaign will be able to contribute to one of three different models: the Puku Spark, Puku Flash, and Puku Bolt.
Each model features a minimalist curved design, vibrant color options, as well as a
matte soft touch finish to each device.
“Our vision for Puku has always been to create a brand that is synonymous with
quality, style and inspiring design,” says Ani Onuorah, President & Co-Founder of Puku.
“We’ve looked at so many competing chargers and see the same boring, brick-shaped
design with neutral colors. This didn’t make sense to us. We value quality AND style in
all aspects of our lives, so why couldn’t that extend to our chargers as well?”
Puku charging devices enable users the freedom to roam without being tied
down by constant outlet searches.
Watch Meck Khalfan, CEO/Co-Founder of Puku, speak about Puku here:
With a design-inspired LED battery capacity indicator, Puku chargers let users know of their charger’s strength and battery level.
Whether it’s the Spark in cool gray or the Bolt in bright turquoise, Puku devices reflect
every personality with flair.
Supporting most USB-charged devices, Puku chargers work with smartphones,
tablets, and GoPros.
These chargers tout a long lifespan of 500 charging cycles and a power efficiency by shutting off once each device is charged to 100% enabling users to stay connected while traveling for business, pleasure, or just down to the local cafe.
The Spark, Flash, and Bolt feature different sizes and capacities to fit every need; the Spark
provides two to three smartphone charges and 40 to 75 percent charge on tablets, the Flash provides three to five smartphone charges and 50 to 100 percent charge on tablets, the Bolt four to six smartphone charges and at least 100 percent charge on tablets.
The Indiegogo campaign offers backers a significant discount from each Puku
device’s retail price: the Spark will be offered at $50 (retail price at $69), the Flash at
$65 (retail price at $99), and the Bolt at $80 (retail price at $129).
Backers can expect their devices delivered in June of 2015.