When the laptop of Min-Kyu Choi was scratched by a British plug he vowed to find a solution and end our suffering. With help from Matthew Judkins he developed the world’s thinnest USB charger and have smashed their Indiegogo target by $120,000.
The plug comes in two component parts allowing plug types to be swapped out to fit any international socket. The British plug can be folded down into a space saving flat package for transportation.
The duo were originally looking for $10,000 to fund some bespoke tooling to make the parts and begin production. To date their project is 1304% funded with 21 days left to go and have announced a stretch goal of $150,000 to develop a white version with two USB ports.