Ultrasona Ultrasonic Everyday Cleaner from $95: No more scrubbing and scrubbing?
Those who no longer want to spend time cleaning or even replace their washing machine can finance the Ultrasona from $95 at Kickstarter.
This small electrical device is designed to put an end to the time-consuming scrubbing, scouring and polishing. But do you really need something like this? There are already washing machines and polishers. What’s the Ultrasona all about?
- Ultrasona Ultrasonic Cleaner
- in crowdfunding at Kickstarter
- Early Bird financing from $95 upwards
- expected delivery June 2020
Ultrasona = ultra clean?
Ultrasona is said to work with 50,000 sound waves per second and thus remove dirt, stains and bacteria within minutes. This is done by means of the small shock waves, such as those generated by sound waves. The Ultrasona should be suitable for the following materials and areas of application:
- clothing, underwear
- Fruit and vegetables
- Jewellery, watches, glasses
- Hygiene equipment
In theory, there are a lot of things you can do with this, but it should fit into a sink. As an example of application, the inventors see a lot of vibration in bowls and washbasins. This is similar to some of our speaker tests under water. The device works autonomously in water – provided you switch it on. The built-in display allows you to specify what you want to have cleaned and for how long.
According to the development team, Ultrasona uses 40 times less water and 15 times less energy than washing machines. Of course, this should be taken with caution, as the machines are difficult to compare. As there are no details about the dimensions and weight of the appliance, there is nothing more to add to it yet.
As a washing machine user, I must admit that I did not directly have an application scenario for the Ultrasona in mind. However, when I thought about it for a while, a few practical application examples did come to mind. The project is already fully funded, but you can still do your part and the machine is expected to be available in June 2020.
Wie immer muss man bei Crowdfunding-Projekten darauf hinweisen: Es gibt keine Garantie dafür, dass man nach der Kampagne wirklich ein Produkt erhält oder der Prototyp jemals in die Produktion geht – auch wenn es vollständig finanziert wurde. Das ist das Risiko beim Crowdfunding.To the gadget