Exeger’s recent partnership with Urbanista signifies the beginning of a new era and a world first self-powered headphones; driven by a demand from the conscious consumer.
Exeger (www.exeger.com), the Swedish industrial company today announces their partnership with Urbanista (www.urbanista.com), the Swedish lifestyle audio brand. Together they are launching the Urbanista Los Angeles, a noise-cancelling, wireless and self-powered headphone, to give the listener an infinite music experience.
Exeger’s Powerfoyle is a ground-breaking solar cell material that converts all forms of light into electrical energy. Powerfoyle is seamlessly integrated into the Urbanista Los Angeles headphones, powering them with clean endless energy from the ambient light around you, both indoors and outdoors.
The partnership, which marks a world-first within consumer electronics, is part of a wider commercial breakthrough for Exeger’s patented solar cell technology. After a decade of research and development at the Exeger facilities in Stockholm, Sweden, this product launch marks the beginning of a new era for truly wireless products. Exeger and Urbanista’s partnership has resulted in a product that fundamentally improves the user-experience, ushering consumers toward a world where your favorite gadgets are always charged.
“This is the spark that will ignite a revolution in consumer electronics,” comments Giovanni Fili, founder and CEO of Exeger. “It’s the start of a new era where people can enjoy self-powered products that are always on. The collaboration with Urbanista is a perfect match and it’s incredible to see Powerfoyle integrated into a product with such a high standard for design and focus on the user experience. With this, wireless and self-powered headphones will become the new normal.”
Anders Andreen, Urbanista CEO continues “At Urbanista we are continually working to innovate and deliver products for a life lived in full motion. We are incredibly proud to work with Exeger. Their class leading Powerfoyle technology allows us to bring a world first product and experience to market with the Urbanista Los Angeles. We believe this is the dawn of a new era, one where the products we use every day are powered by light.”
“Consumers increasingly expect their personal electronics to be wireless” says Giovanni Fili, “but products are only truly wireless if they are self-powered. We have invented and brought to market an irreversible technology that will change the perception of available energy. I strongly believe that once users experience the freedom of endless energy, there’s no way we’re going back to plugging a USB charger into the wall.”
Exeger also announced its partnership with POC, a leading Swedish manufacturer of helmets, eyewear, body armour and apparel, earlier this year, to launch the Omne Eternal self-charging cycling helmet, showing that the demand for wireless products, in several categories, is already on the increase.
Through strategic partnerships with leading companies, Exeger will continue bringing its innovation to the global market in 2021, with the aim to improve the lives of a billion of people.
Consumers can sign up for a notification when the Urbanista Los Angeles becomes available for pre-order at www.urbanista.com.
Exeger is a Swedish company with a unique solar cell technology that converts all forms of light into electrical power. With its resilient and flexible design, Powerfoyle can enhance any consumer electronic product it’s integrated into with extended or even eternal battery life, putting the power of cutting edge solar technology directly into the hands of consumers. By revolutionizing the perception of available energy, Exeger makes products both smarter and more sustainable – with the vision to touch the everyday lives of a billion people.
Urbanista was born in 2010 in Stockholm, Sweden out of love for cities and urban life. Our products are rooted in Scandinavian design tradition and inspired by music, arts, fashion and urban culture. We believe that lifestyle audio products should not only sound great, but also look good. Today, our products are available in over 90 countries, and sold in 30,000 stores worldwide.