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MAGFAST’s Super-Quick Campaign

Seymour and Amy Segnit are the smart engineers and marketers behind MAGFAST. Seymour’s storied career includes stints at companies like Ogilvy & Mather and Saatchi & Saatchi. While Seymour runs the engineering and design portion of the MAGFAST company, Amy is primarily focused on the marketing section of the company. Since 2017, both have been working exclusively on MAGFAST. In less than 15 minutes, the Kickstarter company for the family of MAGFAST products was fully funded.

Over 300,000 dollars were raised in 15 minutes for the MAGFAST charger, so it must provide an intelligent solution to charging problems, right? All the MAGFAST chargers are wireless, meaning that they don’t create nests of cords that take up valuable counter space. Charging multiple devices no longer becomes an eyesore. Many chargers are poorly made and produced, meaning that they break and degrade at a rapid rate. This contributes to landfills and other forms of pollution. The MAGFAST charger is not only wireless and aesthetic, it is also built to last.

There are, currently, several different MAGFAST charging products available. There are chargers that are designed for using while in your car, as well as power banks that can store enough power to jump start that same car! There are also several wall units that can clean up your family’s charging area. A sleekly designed wireless charger is also available. It appears that MAGFAST has thought of and addressed nearly all the common complaints regarding phone charging and then designed their products to fix these flaws.

This is directly in line with Seymour Segnit’s thoughts on chargers. He thinks that a cluttered nest of chargers is bad for the environment of your home. Additionally, he notes that disposable chargers are terrible for the environment at large. Thus, he invented MAGFAST chargers.