BentoStack Charge: Keep your Apple Essentials organized and charged

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In order to make it easier for Appl users to store all their accessories while traveling, Function 101 launches a highly functional storage box called BentoStack Charge. As the name implies, this box is inspired by Bento which is a Japanese-style meal box.

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Behind its very minimalist design, BentoStack Charge consists of 5 to 6 modular layer. Each of these modules can be used to store various accessories of your Apple devices such as Macbook chargers, iPhone chargers, Apple Watches chargers, Lightning cables, and Apple Watches strap.

In fact, there is also a special module that can be used to store Apple Pen for iPad Pro owners. If you don’t have an Apple Pen this module can still function as a holder for the iPhone.

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One interesting thing about BentoStack Charge is the presence of a wireless Powerbank that is placed at the very top layer. This 5000 mAh Powerbank carries Qi Wireless technology that is compatible with the latest iPhone so that it can be used to charge iPhone wirelessly.

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Nevertheless, the Powerbank is also equipped with a USB port so that you can still use it to recharge other gadgets that do not support recharging batteries wirelessly.

BentoStack Charge is available with a choice of space gray, silver and rose gold colors. In addition to that, there are two sizes of products available, namely Standard and XL sizes. If you are interested in having BentoStack Charge, you can go to the Indiegogo website which sells this product for $ 89.

  • Battery type: Lithium-polymer rechargeable cell
  • Rated capacity: 5000mAh/18.5Wh
  • Input: DC 5V/2A (Type-C)
  • USB Output: DC 5V/2.4A max
  • Wireless Charging Standard: WPC Qi 1.2
  • Output: DC 5V/1A, DC 5V/2A, DC 9V/1.1A
  • Transmission Power: 5W, 10W max


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Richard Leon Percival

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