Tenikle is essentially the most versatile automobile mount, phone stand, selfie stick and tripod ever. And it looks as if a tentacle.
Surf Dressmaker Hans Dose just lately introduced an Indiegogo marketing campaign for Tenikle, a unmarried bendable accent that serves as a automobile mount, a phone stand, a tripod, a selfie stick and extra so you'll lift much less stuff round (and according to Dose, pollute the sea much less):
In a global of too many merchandise, we search for stuff that has greater than one function. Like pizza-bagels, camera-phones, futons or fit to be eaten lingerie. In a modest one-car storage filled with surfboards and artwork, simply steps from the sand in Huntington Seashore, California Tenikle used to be born.
Tenikle looks as if some cute however forbidden pass between an octopus and a starfish, and is product of ultra-durable 100% recycled thermoplastic that suctions to clean surfaces like glass and picket. Because of the mix of the plastic subject material and "geometry," the suction cups are truly sturdy and designed to carry your tool for lengthy sessions of time. The Indiegogo web page claims the suction cups will stick for 2+ weeks dry, and 4+ weeks in the event you lick them (or, , rainy them in a non-gross approach) first. Each and every suction cup will cling as much as 8 kilos. The "fingers" can wrap round issues for your surroundings, too, so you'll, as an example, grasp it out of your motorbike's handlebars to seize a video. If you happen to worry the use of the suction cups to protected your tech to Tenikle, it additionally comes supplied with a 1/4-20" thread for common mounting. In case you are the touring kind, Tenikle is tremendous moveable: it rolls up into just a little ball that may take in little or no area in any tools bag.
In step with Tenikle's press releases, it may additionally serve as as a "millennial" (ugh) fidget toy, and used to be designed to captivate and entertain in addition to serve its tech-related functions.
Tenikle is available in Coral, Stingray Grey and Lagoon Blue, and it is already production-ready so you will not need to watch for one. You'll be able to toughen the undertaking and get Tenikle at a discounted worth by way of giving $25, or you'll go for the $40 "ShutterBug" package that features a Tenikle, a Bluetooth selfie button, a 1/4-20" adapter screw, a forged phone clip (for if in case you have a phone case in your phone that would possibly not suction), and a GoPro adapter.
Be aware: Backing crowdfunded tasks comes to a undeniable degree of possibility. Despite the fact that this undertaking has been totally funded, please know that there is nonetheless a possibility it'll by no means come to fruition.
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