NILS Is A Wearable Charging Cable In Form Of Bracelet

NILS is designed with a purpose to set your hands free from carrying any excess cords, which function as a charge-and-sync wearable cable.

Nordic Union has introduced its new wearable charging cable in form of a bracelet. Its name is NILS. Built with DuPont Kevlar Fiber, it seems like an indestructible cable bracelet.

Starting at little over $6 or £5 excluding shipping, people will get wearable charging cable, available in Lightning, Type C, Micro USB options for just about every phone. What´s more, NILS comes in 3 wrist sizes (S, M, L – XS will be added after successful funding), and it is also water resistant, so it should survive water spillage or rainfall. To make it clear, NILS it’s not waterproof. It’s water resistant only. If the wearable cable comes into contact with any liquid, you should wipe it with a dry cloth and make sure it’s dry before plugging it into any electronics.

 

nils cable from nordic union

 

NILS is designed with a purpose to set your hands free from carrying any excess cords, which function as a charge-and-sync wearable cable. Nobody would notice what it really is, it can be your bracelet daily. We believe that the humble yet smart design by showcasing practical and sophisticated combination to the market would be a new trend.

 

If you are interested in NILS, you can find more information about this wearable charging cable at the official Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign. Use the link below to check out the full list of all available options.

 

Designer: Nordic Union

All images and video via Nordic Union 

 

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NILS is a crowd-funded Kickstarter project that has no guarantee of succeeding. This article is not an official promotion of the Nordic Union, and we at Nechstar are not responsible if the project does not succeed through crowdfunding. We are trying to introduce our audience interesting projects that have a high chance of success, but you, the reader, assume all responsibility by pledging your money to this project.

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