Entrepreneur Launches BiteMyApple.co- a New Website that Sells Only the Latest and Greatest Kickstarter Products
By Mel Fabrikant Wednesday, February 13, 2013, 08:03 AM EST
More than 30 successfully funded Kickstarter products are on sale at BiteMyApple.co; Snooze, Vers 1Q, Sensu Brush and more, available now
You may have heard of the Chargecard; a portable USB Charging Cable that slides easily into a wallet. How about the Auris? It’s an elegant, compact Bluetooth music receiver that lets you play tunes wirelessly from any device. There’s even the Vers 1Q; a speaker that belts out powerful sound from a small, handcrafted Walnut or Bamboo cabinet. These popular tech products all got their start from crowd-funding website, Kickstarter. An Arkansas-based entrepreneur recognized the popularity of these innovative, creative products, and wanted to make them all available to consumers in one place: That’s how www.BiteMyApple.co was born.
“I had the opportunity to team up with amazing project designers on Kickstarter to begin selling products through the website,” says Chris Johnson, Founder of BiteMyApple.co. “For innovators—it’s a platform to facilitate creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurial spirit. For consumers-- BiteMyApple.co is a one-stop shop for the latest Apple tech gear on the market.”
BiteMyApple.co has an impressive lineup of more than 30 products currently on sale, all former Kickstarter success stories. Johnson is gearing up to announce ten new products by Spring all while keeping a close eye on current Kickstarter campaigns. The retail site offers a wide range of accessories for the iPad, iPhone and other Apple devices.
“The goal behind BiteMyApple.co is to be exclusive in helping you find the greatest designs that stormed through Kickstarter,” adds Johnson. “With so many incredible projects in campaign-mode right now, the product pool is endless as are the possibilities.”
Here are three more hot-selling items on BiteMyApple.co:
The MOS “Magnetic Organization System” took the Kickstarter community by storm in August. It’s a magnetic and elegant way to organize cables on top of a desk or table. Backed by 825 Kickstarter supporters, MOS raised more than 4X its original monetary goal raking in more than $29,000.
The XLFLEX is a single stand solution that offers multiple positions for the iPad and other tablets based on space and the user’s needs. The weighted base and flexible arm design allows for limitless applications. Successfully funded in January, the XLFEX earned more than $24,000 in Kickstarter pledges.
The Une Bobine is a flexible, unique and elegant stand that syncs and charges the iPhone and iPod Touch. You can adjust the cable in a variety of positions. For example, you can find the perfect angle for Facetime or use it to keep your iPhone steady while taking photographs. Une Bobine pulled in an amazing 4,540 backers during its Kickstarter campaign resulting in more than $212,000.
To check out the full list of products available, please head to www.BiteMyApple.co.