Have you experienced the frustration of a frayed power cord on your MacBook Power Adapter? Our Kickstarter of the Week is designed to prevent just that, and in a colorful way!
Stop wasting time fiddling with broken wires and adapters. MeezyCube saves Mac users from wasting money and hours of frustration by protecting MagSafe adapters from damage and fraying wires. It’s also incredibly customizable and can be ordered in colors to support your favorite school, sports team, or business. Get a MeezyCube and protect your investment.
Why do you need a MeezyCube? Well, a replacement MagSafe power adapter can run you $80 or more, so it’s better to protect the one you already have. Plus MeezyCube helps keep you adapter clean, and it will make it stand out at the coffee shop, no more mistaking your adapter for someone else’s.
What is MeezyCube?
MeezyCube is a six-part case designed to protect against the fraying power cords that plague adapters, as well as provide a highly customizable and personalized statement. Each MeezyCube can be completely personalized and unlike any other. Colors and added logos can reflect school affiliations, favorite sports team or even work as a calling card for businesses.
MeezyCube is made from hard (ABS) plastic that protects against spills, dirt and scratches. The soft plastic trumpet reinforces the integrity of the cords and prevents against unnecessary bending and fraying. MeezyCube also aids in storing your power cord properly when it’s not in use.
- MeezyCube comes in three sizes (45W, 60W, 85W)
- Customizable color schemes
- Protects from spills
- Prevents scratching and dirt
- Plastic trumpet protects cords from fraying
- Extends cord life and preserves original cord integrity
- Provides a new way to wrap cord with using the ‘wings”
If the MeezyCube interests you, then visit the MeezyCube Kickstarter site for more information and/or to make a pledge.
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