Mokase recently unveiled its smartphone case that also makes coffee. Yes, you read that right.
The smartphone case, designed by an Italian entrepreneur, literally allows you to turn your mobile device into a portable coffee maker. The case is heatproof and reportedly uses thin coffee capsules that have the right amount of beans and water to make your morning cup of joe. The coffee is then warmed up with the built-in heating system.
“The quantity of coffee for the cover Mokase is held inside a disposable wafer called Mokaromi,” the company reported.
All you have to do is downloaded the companion app, insert the cartridge with the blend of your favorite coffee inside, press a button within the app to start the process, and then kick back and get ready to espresso yourself. Once the coffee is done, you’ll hear a signal and can pour your java out of a hole on the side of the case.
“The wafer Mokaromi is carried out with an internal material able to warrant the coffee preservation for at [sic] 3 months. By breaking a membrane, it fits perfectly to the liquid exit pipe,” according to the company’s website.
The site went on to say that the case offers “extra-strong protection” along with an elegant design.
“It’s design and innovative purpose don’t compromise the main aim of Mokase: to protect your mobile phone! The materials, the researched design make the mobile cover a reliable protection for your device,” the company reported.
The case is compatible with various devices including those made by Apple, Samsung, Huawei and LG. The company currently sells three types of coffee to use with the case: classic, toasted and Arabic. However, they plan to sell additional flavors and sugar-free coffee in the future, the website says. The case comes in both black and white and costs less than 60 bucks.
“Mokase is the first mobile cover that allows you to make a cup of coffee ‘one [sic] the move.’ In spite of many already realized multy-utility [sic] mobile covers, this one is the only allowing to supply one of the most popular drink [sic] on the planet… the coffee,” the company’s website stated.