Palo Alto, CA, August 01, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- EMotorWerks announced successful completion of the 30-day JuiceBox Kickstarter campaign on July 24, 2013. The funding statistics are as follows:
228% of the original funding goal with 295 backers and $57,141 pledged.
Average pledge amount: $193.
Based on the feedback and suggestions of the backers EMotorWerks R&D team is now working on the following JuiceBox features:
- Weather resistant enclosures.
- GFCI option on Base units.
- Wi-Fi connectivity. Now easily added to all JuiceBoxes.
EMotorWerks team is in the process of finalizing production details, performing a few last tests before starting shipping.
During the campaign and after its completion JuiceBox has received voluminous media coverage from Engadget, Los Angeles Times, Business Bee, PluginCars, Green Car Reports and other publications.
On the day of launch, the JuiceBox kickstarter campaign was covered by Engadget, the leading tech publication that always stays on top of the progressive trends in technology and innovation.
Per Myriam Joire, the senior Engadget Editor: “Electric vehicle charging stations aren't cheap: one of the most affordable Level 2 (240V) units sells for $450 and only supplies 16A. Electric Motor Works -- which is best known for its electric conversion kits -- wants to change this with JuiceBox...” To see the full article, go to engadget.com and search for “JuiceBox"
BusinessBee.com named EMotorWerks JuiceBox one of "4 Groundbreaking Kickstarter Projects Worth Backing."
To see the complete list of JuiceBox media coverage with hyperlinks go to: http://tinyurl.com/JuiceBoxPress
In response to the high consumer interest to this new product, EMotorWerks also announces the launch of the JuiceBox product page in EMotorWerks store. Now JuiceBox and related products such as cables are available to order on-line at EMotorWerks store