The funding round is focused on their revolutionary home heating device, the SOLUS+, which will feature intuitive smart home technology that enables users to not only control individual units, but let them measure their energy consumption per room as well.
The money raised from their Indiegogo will go towards automating their European manufacturing process, as well as their expansion across global markets, including the UK, Europe and North America.
The SOLUS+ has a total thickness of only 10mm, and weighs just 4.5kg, thanks to its construction from lightweight tempered glass. This means the device is sleeker and more elegant than traditional radiators, which often become an eyesore in many homes. It’s ‘plug and play’ set up also means that this device is versatile and can move alongside an individual, as it can be used in virtually any property in a matter of minutes.
The SOLUS+ has already gained TÜV Nord accreditation and is IP44 rated, meaning it is approved for sale across Europe and beyond, and is cleared for use in areas with high humidity and water exposure like bathrooms and WCs.
The SOLUS is currently available for pre-order through Indiegogo, with an RRP of £300/€350. The target for funding is €50,000, the Indiegogo closes on 4th of June.
"We are all incredibly excited to launch the SOLUS radiator. Were incredibly hopeful as to what SOLUS can achieve for consumers and we believe it will really disrupt the home heating market. "
Maxim Interbrick, CEO of Koleda
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