The Future of the Bumper Sticker is Here

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The future of the bumper sticker is here, Talelight, created by the company Ultimation, LLC is the first high-resolution color LCD display bumper sticker

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"Talelight captures the best of social networking and personalization for drivers everywhere," said the creator of Talelight Bob Suffern.

The future of the bumper stickers is here. Talelight, created by the company Ultimation, LLC is the first high-resolution color LCD display. With a high-capacity rechargeable battery and secure Bluetooth that can also connect Talelight to the app on a phone. Unlike the average bumper stickers that are permanent and are stuck to a car, Talelight lets drivers express any cause you support, children's artwork, or moods. Having a hard time deciding on what design to pick? Don’t worry with Talelight there can be up to 10 designs on a rotating loop that will change every 15 minutes. All designs that are purchased or created are also stored just like a music playlist.

"Talelight captures the best of social networking and personalization for drivers everywhere," said the creator of Talelight Bob Suffern. "But the freedom and flexibility it offers is unprecedented in the market today with the ability for users to create, buy and even sell their bumper sticker images online the same way they purchase music today. It's a fun, creative new way to bring social to the road and make driving fun again."

Talelight is a 2” x 8” high-resolution color LCD display is designed to handle every road and environmental condition from torrential rain, heavy snow, extreme heat and even potholes. Talelight has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund its initial working capital and plans to begin shipping to users in September 2016 with a retail price of $149.99. Drivers who want to be one of the first to secure a Talelight unit can pre-order their device on the Talelight Kickstarter campaign page. The campaign ends August 1.

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