ChopBox - the world's first “smart” cutting board, which raised nearly $ 1.8 million on Kickstarter

On Kickstarter, fundraising on ChopBox is over - the world's first (as the manufacturer claims) “smart” chopping

board.


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What can

A bamboo board is made and visually consists ofseveral sections. You cut products on the big one, and weigh them on the small one thanks to the built-in electronic scales. The exact weight is displayed on the scoreboard below. You can also set a timer here to set the time for cooking.


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If there is not enough space on the board, an additional surface comes out from below, on which products can also be cut.


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But there is more to it: on the side there are knife sharpeners, and if you put the knives between the main and additional boards, they begin to be sterilized using an ultraviolet lamp.


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A battery with a capacity of 3000 mAh is installed inside, one charge of which is enough for up to 30 days of operation. The board is charging from the USB port.


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Despite the presence of scales, batteries and other electronics, ChopBox is not afraid of water, so you can safely wash it.


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Price

The first buyers paid $ 159 for the ChopBox andget it first - next month. The more economical gave $ 99 and agreed to wait until December. In retail, the cost of a smart board will be $ 199.

Initially, the authors planned to raise $ 10,000 on Kickstarter, and as a result collected almost $ 1.8 million.