XOO Belt

Designer belts that charge your phone

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Ryan Hoover
Hunter
Founder, Product Hunt
This is so geeky but when you hit that dreaded 20% battery mark, you'll be glad to have a battery on your hip. This reminds me of the Everpurse, a purse with a built-in charger.
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Shira Abel
CEO, Hunter & Bard
@rrhoover There's the designer version too, for those who are anti-geeky. :)
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Ben Fisher
designer + hacker. #NYC #SF
ummm wow. #opensWallet
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Piers Ridyard
Maker
CEO, Nifty
Don WyperTech Enthusiast
Just think if they joined forces with @getampy... a wearable that recharges your wearables #meta
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Piers Ridyard
Maker
CEO, Nifty
@getampy @dwyper haha - yes!!! We'd genuinely love to work with Ampy! Love their tech, what they have achieved in that form factor is no small feat of engineering.
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SeanaLynLead Designer Marketing Services, Chegg
Interesting! Id want to see them in person first tho to make sure they aren't to bulky or cheap, but I love the idea! If they can really nail the style and make it minimal this could be amazing.
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Shira Abel
CEO, Hunter & Bard
@seanalyn Here's a video with some of the styles on the catwalk. I've seen the belt - it's not too thick. It's like a normal belt.
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Taylor Edmiston
Senior Software Engineer
The idea of wearing my power is interesting. I carry a 6000-mAh battery pack by Jackery everywhere I go, but it's a little bulky and cumbersome. Another solution is the idea of power hotspots via recent Techstars-grad Chargifi. http://chargifi.com
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Piers Ridyard
Maker
CEO, Nifty
@kicksopenminds That's cool! Is that inductive charging built into public spaces?
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Taylor Edmiston
Senior Software Engineer
@piersridyard Yes. Here's a 1-min demo video that explains it a little more and alludes to their business model.
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