With Cuppa, we have created a smart lamp that works individually without WIFI, Bluetooth, APPs, a smart phone or a remote controller, but is still smart and minimalistic.
DELAWARE, Ohio (PRWEB) January 14, 2020
Cuppa, the world’s first LED lamp that integrates full-body touch control technology with cordless design, is now available on Kickstarter.
“While there are other LED touch lamps on the market today, most of them come with either long cords that make your desktop messy or short ones that limit the lamp’s use to specific areas…or they can’t be used at all if there isn’t a socket nearby,” said Cuppa Founder Kevin Smith. “Cuppa solves all these problems…and allows you to say goodbye to that messy desktop for good.”
Inspired by the shape and size of a coffee cup, Cuppa is a lightweight, portable lamp that’s available in three colors so it looks great with all furniture styles and home and office décor. It features patent pending 360-degree ‘Any Touch’ technology that allows it to be turned off and on with a touch anywhere on its base.
“We wanted to focus on simplicity, functionality and reliability in the design of Cuppa – in addition to being eco-friendly,” Smith said. “With Cuppa, we have created a smart lamp that works individually without WIFI, Bluetooth, APPs, a smart phone or a remote controller, but is still smart and minimalistic."
Cuppa, which is available at an early-bird price of $99 during crowdfunding, has the following features:
- Offers 360-degree ‘Any Touch,’ allowing it to be turned off and on from any part of its base
- LED Bulbs, saving up to 80 percent in energy use and easy on the eyes
- Features ‘Stepless Dimming’
- Eliminates the risk of electrical shock
- Weighs about two pounds, making it easy to move and difficult to topple
Cuppa is also equipped with a memory mode, that allows it to be returned to its previous brightness level. Both the memory mode and stepless dimming make it easy for users to customize Cuppa to their favorite light level.
The portable light also features Type C ‘fast charging,’ which means it can provide light for as long as 12 hours with a full charge (2.5 hours) – and can last for two hours with only 10 minutes of charging. Cuppa can also be charged with a power bank, which makes it the perfect back up lamp in case of an electrical black out.
For more information, or to pre-purchase Cuppa at a crowdfunding discount, visit the Cuppa Campaign Page on Kickstarter.