Let’s be honest. A lot of Kickstarters are horrible. Either they are not practical, or they ask for some ridiculous startup amount without a hope in actually being funded. Or they just look horrible. Not the Zero G Anti-Gravity Case.
A startup company by the name of Mega Tiny Corp. has come up with the wild idea of making a case that uses nano suction technology that will allow your iPhone stick to virtually any smooth surface. The Zero G Anti-Gravity Case from first look looks like a simple case, or an Otterbox even, but the entire back of the phone uses adhesive material. Oh, and the front of the case is pretty standard as well. But this isn’t what you should be concerned about.
Kitchen cabinets for when you’re reading recipes, whiteboards for the kids, metal, tile, and even your laptop screen, if you’re into that type of thing. Who knows … you might know a kid that you want to prank by putting it on a glass sliding door just to see if they’ll walk into it. Okay, that last one is just me.
The company behind the adhesive supplied for the case goes by the name Everstik. And according to their site:
“We use millions of nano-sized suction cups to generate a powerful vacuum.” It is only six inches long, but it can hold up to 10 pounds or four and a half kilograms.”
Heres the more interesting thing about the case. The Zero G Anti-Gravity case will not obtain lint, dust or any items if you put it in your pocket. Which is a surprise because pocket lint gets on everything. Including my keys, so this should be interesting to see first hand. And even if the case by some surprise ends up having items sticking to it, you can wipe them off with a damp cloth since the case is also washable.
As of right now, you can pledge $40 and snag a white or black Zero G case for your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus. With this you also get yourself a full coverage tempered glass screen protector for whichever you choose. This here is enough for me to be impressed. With 19 days remaining to pledge and already at $31,000+ of their original $25,000 goal, this is one of those Kickstarters that actually might end up being a GOOD purchase.