Ultrasona: makes cleaning easy with the power of ultrasonic waves

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Ultrasona is a portable device that makes cleaning a simple one minute job. As its name implies, the gizmo uses the power of ultrasonic waves to eliminate 99.9% of bacteria, dirt, grime and more.

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These days you can’t bee too careful when it comes to cleanliness. Hoping to change the way you clean, Ultrasona is essentially an ultrasonic washing machine that fits in your pocket.

The thing works by sending out 50,000 sound waves per second through water, This creates very tiny bubbles that eliminate stains, dirt and germs. This type of technology has been used in hospitals and factories for a long time now, so is completely safe. The science behind is is called calledultrasonic cavitation, in case you were wondering.

To use simply fill a container with water and place the items you would like to wash inside. This could be anything from clothes, jewelry to even food items. Plug in the wall unit and place Ultrasona into the water. Optionally add cleaning powder, set the timer and press start. The cleaning is done at a microscopic level which is invisible to the eye.

Because it’s lightweight and less than 5 inches long, the gizmo sounds like it could be very useful for campers, backpackers, business travelers and those who are often away from home. All you need is a power source and sink. It probably won’t make cleaning fun, but it will make it much easier. Plus it uses 40x less water and 15x less energy than a standard washer making it eco friendly.

If you really want to clean up your act back this project. More than 800 people have already done so raising some $100,000 in the process. Assuming all goes well with manufacturing, delivery to backers will be in June.

Price: $95 and up

Funding open:

$104,758 raised out of $5,000 goal
54 days to go

Estimated delivery: June 2020

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Ivan Jovin

Ivan has been a tech journalist for over 7 years now, covering all kinds of technology issues. He is the guy who gets to dive deep into the latest wearable tech news.

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