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ASMO Charger - The World's First Truly Intelligent Charger

A project in Oulu, Finland by ASMO ltd

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Wolrd's First mobile phone charger which consumes absolutely no power in standby mode AND which starts and stops automatically.
Backers: 533
Average Pledge Per Backer: $61

Funded: $32,270 of $70,000
Dates: Jun 17th -> Jul 18th (31 days)
Project By: ASMO ltd
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Latest News

25 hours left to make a difference!

July 16th - via:
Thank you for all the support, you guys have been awesome and the campaign has been fun to run.   Over 500 backers and 43% of the goal pledged. Great articles, debates, some more debates and new friends. But hey, we are not done yet! We still need... (Read More)

7 Days to go!

July 8th - via:
It’s time to BOOST! There’s been new articles, new tweets and NEW BACKERS!  We even managed to get some video footage of Asmo! Here it is, enjoy!  You'll need an HTML5 capable browser to see this content. Play 00:00 00:00   And do not... (Read More)

Hello from Asmo

July 8th - via:
Hi all, It have been unbelievable couple weeks again. Over 30% reached and ASMO Charger is covered on multiple articles. There has been also debate about is this really working. Too good to be true :) Which is quite flattering.   Money which we get... (Read More)

14 days to go!

July 2nd - via:
26% of the goal reached, and still 14 days to go! Now it’s the time for a proper final push. I heard something interesting will be happening in Twitter tomorrow… Today we were featured in Lately we have been chatting with some... (Read More)


June 26th - via:
Helloes, everybody! Thank you for your support, you really are awesome! We have now officially gathered 20% of our goal! Now, let’s give our 100% and gather the missing 80 % ;)  Today we had an awesome meeting with Lastucase. These are the guys... (Read More)

Here's the first phone charger to do what you'd expect

June 25th - via:
Did you know that those phone chargers you have plugged into your wall all around your house are eating up energy? It's dumb but true - those mobile phone chargers converting AC current to DC use energy, even if no device is pugged into it. You can test this yourself by touching your average wall charger, it might be a little warm to the touch even without anything in it. (Read More)

The very first update!

June 23rd - via:
Almost $11K gathered and still 25 days to go! We were supposed to make the first update @ $10 000, but we’ve been so busy promoting the charger that we almost forgot the whole update thing, sorry about that. :)  We’ve got some nice media... (Read More)

Asmo phone charger knows when to switch itself off

June 23rd - via:
Finnish engineer has invented a 'smart plug' that turns off when not in use. Asmo charger shuts down automatically when a device is no longer attached. (Read More)

Plugged-in chargers bleed energy and cause fires

June 21st - via:
Leaving chargers permanently plugged into the wall loses energy equivalent to the output of 2 nuclear power stations as well as carrying the risk of household fires, it has been claimed. (Read More)

[VIDEO] Finnish Inventor Launches 'Intelligent' Phone Charger on Kickstarter to Save the Planet

June 18th - via:
A Finnish inventor is trying to save the environment and prevent fire hazards by inventing the ASMO charger – the world's first intelligent phone charger that switches off immediately once your smartphone is no longer charging. (Read More)

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