You know you have a winner, when you design for a consumer and not a client. What I mean by this, is that you actually go the extra mile for the end user, and not just the person who has paid money for the product. Take a look at the Woodie Milano Power Strip – WoodieHub, when co-founder and lead designer Francesco Paolo Dolce was traveling in Bolivia, a very powerful insight was stumbled upon. He came across a beautifully crafted wooden power strip and got him thinking on using alternate materials to plastic.
It also made him realize, that as an end consumer, nothing is more powerful than an aesthetic product married with superior functionality.
The WoodieHub features universal socket, USB Ports, wireless charging and come in wood, marble or concrete frames. The point of this new avatar is to get you a product that will “give you the freedom to charge any device exactly where you need it.”
Here are some key features:
- Universal integrated power sockets (works in 150+ countries)
- USB Charging Ports
- Wireless Charging
- Woodie uses micro-suction at the bottom, to ensure grip on any flat surface
- Crafted with the finest Italian materials like high quality wood, marble and concrete
Designer: Woodie Design [ BUY IT HERE ]