Your smartphone follows you everywhere you go. In the bedroom, in the kitchen, even in the bathroom (seriously?), at the gym, at work and where not? Wouldn’t it be great if your phone’s dock could also roam along? If you -like me, are impressed by an idea of a convenient magnetic dock for your iPhone that you can stick to any metal surface, then you will love to meet KIYOJO.
Thinking of trying your hands on a new recipe you saw online? Want to follow a new fitness video? Want to fix your car/bike using a “how to” video? You will need your iPhone to perform anything like this. That’s where KIYOJO magnetic dock for iPhone comes in handy.
Just stick it to any metal surface, dock-in your iPhone 6, 6s or 6s Plus and you’re ready to go. Play songs, videos, tutorials, or even take calls while doing your work – KIYOJO has got you (and your iPhone) covered. It docks (and undocks) easily so you can take it anywhere you want.
Think about how convenient would it be to take or make a call while cooking or doing some exercise. You don’t need to keep your iPhone in your hand as it will be floating mid-air in its cute little dock stuck to a refrigerator or something.
KIYOJO magnetic dock features strong rare earth magnets to keep itself docked to a metal surface. This dock is manufactured via a process called “CNC machined engineering.” It is made from finished grade aluminum which provides premium finish -just like an iPhone or a MacBook.
About KIYOJO Magnetic Dock Project
KIYOJO is a project by BiteMyApple and is currently raising funds on Kickstarter. By end of 10th June, this project is required to pledge at least $30,000 to be funded. Once ready, KIYOJO will be shipped worldwide with an estimated delivery by September 2016.
This project can be pledged with as low as $1. In the retail market, a single unit of KIYOJO will be sold at $99.99. During its Kickstarter period, you can pledge $59 for one unit or $149 for two units.
Source/More information: BiteMyApple Kickstarter
What do you think about KIYOJO magnetic iPhone dock? Do you think this project is worth backing? Then go ahead and pledge your desired amount via Kickstarter.