Nipi is an ultra-modern cooler that keeps your portable devices charged
While going out on vacation or partying out with friends, we all face trouble while choosing a cooler that can hold ice for longer periods, but what if you get a device that can keep your drinks cool for approximately six days and also supports USB charging ports. Yes, you heard it right! Let us introduce you to Nipi-a cooler that can also charge your devices.
Nipi unlike other coolers is a charging hub that comes with a safety deposit box and is fitted with terrain wheels to give you comfort of moving the smart cooler wherever you wish. Fashioned with ice cream retention technology, the freezer inside the cooler can hold ice frozen for six days.
To keep you technologically updated the cooler is fitted with four USB ports, that can be used to charge any gadget like smartphones, iPods, tablets and speakers. The cooler comes with two 14,000 mAh lithium polymer batteries and solar panels that can be mounted on the top of the power lid.
To increase the aesthetics of the cooler, nipi is provided with LED lights on both interior and exterior of the cooler, to create a magical effect after the sun is down. While designing nipi, safety about the owners is also kept in mind and due to this the cooler is provided with dry storage area, which have two USB ports and enough space to hold your clutch, mobile phones and other expensive accessories.
Well the features do not end here, making it a perfect picnic accessory, Nipi’s divider can be used as a chopping board and on top, there is space provided for cup holders too. Well have to admit, that the designer have given great amount of thought in converting a simple outdoor picnic product into something that is everything.
Currently raising a pledge of $60,000 on crowdfunding site Kickstarter, the smart cooler can be yours by just paying $195. Nipi is an ultimate outdoor product that not only keeps party alive but also juice up your portable devices and the company is hopeful to start delivering Nipi by February 2016.