Here’s my mounted MagHive; it’s attractive, informative, very handy, and it’s expandable! You can add as many modules to it as you’d like. If you need more Magnetic NFC modules (maybe a different color for every family member?), you can add those. If you want more charging modules for other Qi-enabled phones, you can add them.
Here’s the Pitaka MagHive with a set of keys just set back on it — triggering an “It’s cloudy outside” message …
And here it is holding my iPhone X in place — while charging my phone wirelessly as it’s held in place with magnets that connect to the Pitaka Aramid iPhone X MagCase.
The Pitaka MagHive is smart, easy to operate, and so, so handy. If you want a clever and smart way to keep your keys, wallet, and phone handy, the Pitaka MagHive is a great solution.
The Pitaka MagHive starts at $217, which includes the Magnetic Display module and the Magnetic NFC module. As tested, my kit was $295 which includes the three modules, the MagTag for keys, and the MagTag for wallets. MagHive is collecting backers right now on Kickstarter.
Source: Manufacturer supplied review sample
What I Like: A central location to keep and charge Qi-enabled mobile phones, keys, wallets, and other small magnetized items; Display tells you the weather and gives reminders; Notification of changing weather before you go outside; Notification when added family members arrive or leave home; Securely mounts to your wall (or other surface) with either screws or double-sided 3M tape
What Needs Improvement: The current app is a little buggy, but I suspect all will be ironed out by the time MagHive ships