Solar Furniture announces launch of Indiegogo campaign
March 23, 2017,
BRISBANE, Australia - Most agree outdoor furniture is at its best when it is both comfortable and functional. The innovators at Solar Furniture certainly agree, announcing the launch of an Indiegogo campaign to bring to market the Solar Sun Lounge – a breakthrough line of outdoor furniture that uses the power of the sun to keep entertainment and communication devices charged and running.
“We saw a real need for a renewable energy source at the pool or in the garden, and the Solar Sun Lounge is our answer to this important question,” said David Hinds, owner. “We couldn't be more excited about its potential, and we know our crowdfunding campaign is going to be a huge success.”
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According to the company, the Solar Sun Lounge range will be available in a number of modern design and color options. Standard design features include two waterproof USB ports and a 12v power outlet. Other options like electric recline and LED lighting is also available. Each lounge includes slide out drink holders and food trays, along with a storage footlocker where valuables can be safely stored. The advanced solar charging technology even works well when the Solar Sun Lounge is positioned in the shade and not in direct sunlight.
Solar Furniture plans to make future additions and expansions to the Solar Sun Lounge, including easy add-ons to the base model.
Depending on the donation level, campaign backers will be the first to receive the Solar Sun Lounge, a breakthrough piece of next generation eco-friendly outdoor furniture almost certain to be in high demand.
For more information be sure to check out the campaign.
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