Tesla Model 3 reservation holders that are getting a bit impatient, and desperate for any sort of distraction at all, may be interested in reading about their ability to purchase (or 3D print) their own Tesla Supercharger–styled smartphone charger.
As The Verge apparently saw fit to publish an article on the matter, we supposed that we should as well … considering that many people nowadays can’t seem to get enough of all things Tesla — a testament to CEO Elon Musk’s PR sense, I guess, as well as the presence of a relatively untapped “high-tech car” market.
Here are the details, via the article from The Verge: “But still, I imagine they’re all sitting at their desks right now daydreaming about driving their Model 3. You know what could make those daydreams even more real? A mini supercharger station for a phone.
“A Tesla enthusiast named Martin Hansen created the blueprints so anyone can either purchase or 3D print their own phone supercharger. It looks like a baby Tesla charger! I know we all love mini things. The charger works with either a Micro USB or Lightning cable and costs $109. Hansen says it’s a ‘must-have for every TESLA Enthusiast.’ You heard him, Tesla fan.”
The smartphone charger probably won’t actually do much to keep Model 3 reservation holders occupied during their wait, but perhaps it’s better than nothing? Any takers?
A tip of the hat here to “minogully” on the Model 3 Owners Club forum for this.
Image by My Supercharger
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