Revolutionary heating specialist Koleda have now reached 700% overfunding on their Kickstarter.
The funding round is centered around their new SOLUS radiator, which is set to be the most efficient home heating device ever made. The SOLUS can reportedly cut heating bills by up to 80% due to its innovative use of graphene.
After years of research and development, the SOLUS has been designed from the ground up with efficiency in mind. With each device containing Koleda’s patent-pending nanotech and graphene coated heating element. This means that each SOLUS can heat quickly and cost-effectively, whilst maintaining its eco-friendly credentials, especially against other, traditional electric heaters.
The money raised from their Kickstarter will go towards automating their European manufacturing process, as well as their expansion across global markets, including the UK, Europe and North America.
Co-Founder of Koleda, Maxim Interbrick said: “The response to SOLUS on Kickstarter has been incredibly promising. It’s fantastic to see the demand for our revolutionary product and we believe it can really disrupt the home heating market.
“Many homes still rely on traditional radiators that have been in place for decades, with some older homes even having their heating date back to the 1800s. Our unique patented technology will revolutionise the way we all think about heating, whilst drastically cutting bills.”
The SOLUS is currently available for pre-order through Kickstarter, with an RRP of £260/€300. The initial funding target was 50,000 CHF ($49,939), and has currently reached 360,000 CHF ($359,563), the Kickstarter closes on Thrusday 7th March 2019.
"The response to SOLUS on Kickstarter has been incredibly promising. Its fantastic to see the demand for our revolutionary product and we believe it can really disrupt the home heating market."
Maxim Interbrick, Co-Founder of Koleda
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