NATURAL HANDCRAFTED MATERIALS IN UNIQUE SHAPE
DESIGN MEETS TECHNOLOGY
Tesla’s secret of wireless electric transmission featured in ceramics and wood “The future of smartphone usage”
Classic and natural smartphone stand, enhanced with the wireless charging option. A walnut and ceramic combination with micro suction holding structure for the smooth back of mobile phones. Origin of SWICH is inside the European spirit enclosed in fine Italian ceramics and Slovenian wood, oiled and brushed, together resounding history and forming the unique and original shape. A design to make smartphones shine bright and stand charged.
The grip most appropriate for various smartphone backs. It holds all smooth surfaces with pressure on tiny micro suction cups.
Fine italian ceramics, glazed and handcrafted for a full shiny finish. Available in different colours and click-fitted with the upper 90° twist in both directions.
Walnut is a characteristic interior design wood selection. The essential component is oiled and produced with precision.
Premium Wireless Charging Stand by Lutman Design Studio
“Darling gift to make life a little easier.”
The wireless charging stand offers stability, ergonomic position and wireless power to our daily smartphone routine. A simple solution, crafted from the finest local materials and designed paying respect to nature. The organic shape is the signature of the mobile phone stand, making it top selection among chargers. Wood and ceramics perfectly click-fitted to allow rotation to the wireless charging pad; combined with two layers of micro suction surface for a stabile grip. Functionality has met usability and good looks in the most advanced and improved wireless charger design.
The firm hold and 45° angle are enabling users to work well with the phone during charging. The weight of ceramic adds stability, while the angle is offering a comfortable view on the screen.
TURN IT OVER
Its unique aspect is the upper pad, shifting in both directions for 90°. This allows users to maneuver with the smartphone, placing the screen from vertical to horizontal.