Meet Swich, a gorgeous wireless phone charger that's good for the environment to boot http://www.fastcodesign.com/3032735/fast-feed/this-gorgeous-wireless-phone-charger-is-made-from-sustainable-materials by @ainsleyoc via FastCoDesign

Most of the wireless phone chargers on the market today are perfectly functional, but hideous.

Not Swich, which lifts your phone off the table and props it up at an angle conducive to performing tasks and viewing content.

A product design team in Slovenia developed Swich as a “timeless and organic” antidote to clunkier applications of Qi technology.

It charges any Qi-enabled device, including iPhones and Android phones. And it conveniently lets you move your phone from a portrait to a landscape orientation.

It's a fine-looking charger that's made of sustainable materials to boot (the wood is American walnut, with a straight grain). A "microsuction tape" holds your phone in place.

A Kickstarter campaign for Swich runs through July 29. Swich ships in November.

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The Prettiest Wireless Phone Charger We've Seen

This fine-looking charger is made of sustainable materials to boot.

Most of the wireless phone chargers on the market today are perfectly functional, but hideous. Not Swich, a wood-and-ceramic wireless charger with an elegant silhouette. It lifts your phone off the table and props it up at an angle conducive to performing tasks and viewing content.

A product design team in Slovenia developed Swich as a "timeless and organic" antidote to clunkier applications of Qi technology. It charges any Qi-enabled device, including iPhones and Android phones. And it conveniently lets you move your phone from a portrait to a landscape orientation.

Not unnoticed: It looks good. It's a fine-looking charger that's made of sustainable materials to boot (the wood is American walnut, with a straight grain). A "microsuction tape" holds your phone in place.

A Kickstarter campaign for Swich runs through July 29. Swich ships in November.

[H/T Coolhunting]

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