Valet Is a Personal Car Charger Caddie for an Electric Vehicle

June 9, 2017

9:20 am

Electric Vehicles (EV) are becoming more prevalent around the world. By the first quarter of 2017, there were close to 10,000 electric battery car sales in the U.S., with Tesla leading the charge. With more car manufacturer and tech companies making eco-friendly solutions more affordable and car charging infrastructure more accessible, the ability for consumers to join in the electric vehicle movement is more prevalent than ever.

For those that have made the conscious decision to join the EV club, there is a companion product that each owner can use in their garage.

Founder Adam Modras made the decision to buy an electric vehicle and struggled to find a functional way to manage and maintain the integrity of his charger cable, that also looked good in his home. In response, he developed the Valet Shield.

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The Valet is the first ever personal car charger caddie that will manage your charging cable in an aesthetic and eco-friendly way and keep your cable protected for safety reasons.

Just like the electric car, this Los Angeles-based company’s emphasis is focused on being eco-friendly. The Valet is made from over 90 percent recycled plastic which has been cycled through the manufacturing process, grinded down into pellets and ready for manufacturing. Only 10 percent of the new material is there for strength and durability.

“As Electric Vehicle ownership grows, we’re excited to grow with it. This will be something that all EV owners should have in their garage,” said Modras.

The Valet will be entirely produced, manufactured, packaged and shipped from California keeping the quality and supervision up to the highest standards possible.

The Valet is ready for production just in time for Father’s Day! There are two prototypes are ready for production and you can pre-order the black for $79.99 or the carbon fiber for $99.99 here.

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Tishin is a technology journalist and correspondent. She has written for TechCrunch, Demand Studios and Fitness, and has regular network segments on local Phoenix affiliate stations. She holds a Master's degree in Clinical and Sport psychology, and has covered many areas of technology ranging from 3D printing and game development to neurotech and funding for over 15 years.

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