The collection aims to “reduce the stress of worrying about your tech troubles”, said Hubert.
Suitable for both Apple and Android products, the smartphone accessory kit includes five multi-purpose products: Couple, Bundle, Keep, Set, and Stack. Couple is a versatile case system with various attachments, including a battery pack, wallet, car dock, bike dock and fitness band. Bundle is a cable for charging and data transfers, with optional integrated USB storage that can be easily bundled. Keep is a three-in-one solution, featuring Bluetooth tracking, USB storage and battery power. Set is a charger and battery pack in one, and Stack is a multi-device power solution.
“We founded nolii because we felt there wasn’t anything on the market that we connected with that had both smart intuitive functionality and a contemporary, lifestyle-driven design language,” said Hamir. “With the new brand, we have combined industrial design ingenuity with tech innovation to solve real life problems for people who are always on-the-go and depend on their tech to succeed.”
The accessory kit will be on display at Design Frontiers, a group exhibition that explores design thinking at Somerset House during this year’s London Design Festival (18-24 September). It will go on sale at the end of November. A price has yet to be announced.