Lomiko Metals Inc. ($LMR:CA) ($LMRCA) and its 100% owned subsidiary, Lomiko Technologies Inc., have launched a Kickstarter campaign to finance safety certification of the Spider Charger. The Kickstarter campaign will raise funds to help cover the cost of obtaining safety and green standard certifications, which will qualify the product for commercial use, specifically in new green buildings.
The Spider Charger is able to safely charge up to eight devices, six with USB connections and two with standard plugs. It works with any type of cell phone, computer, camera or electronic device. With a 250-unit production already underway based on initial interest to showcase the device to distributors and potential commercial users, initial market focus for the Spider Charger will target North American residential and commercial developers and builders, schools, airport, train and bus terminals, green office buildings, and cafes with a customer base that's always looking to recharge digital devices.
"The Spider Charger appeals to end users who value high energy efficiency, convenience and sleek aesthetics," said A. Paul Gill, CEO of Lomiko Technologies. "Our product features an easy-to-install designer-coordinated package that incorporates the latest advances in miniaturized power management technology. This puts the Spider Charger head and shoulders above bulky power bars that plug into conventional wall outlets."
Lomiko Metals Inc. is a Canadian-based exploration-stage company focused on the exploration and development of minerals for the new green economy. Its subsidiary is an investor in graphene technology and manufacturer of electronic products.
The digital life is marked by possessing a variety of devices. As advanced and useful as tablets, laptops, and smartphones are, they all still lead to clutter and a need to always be charged and connected. Lomiko Technologies is positioned to make digital clutter or unavailable outlets a thing of the past. "This makes the Spider Charger the ideal alternative for builders and developers concerned about achieving Energy Star and other environmental ratings, and for public places like coffee shops and schools where people are always competing for outlets to charge their devices," said Gill. "This is a convenient and safe way for multiple phones, tablets or laptops to be charged at once while reducing energy costs."
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