It’s like having a barista in your pocket!
If you can’t get anything done until you’ve had your morning cup of java, we’ve got some buzzing news for you!
Soon enough, you won’t need to run to your local cafe to grab a tall white on the way to work. Instead, you’ll be able to simply open an app on your phone, click a button, and start brewing.
Yes, the Mokase is the smartphone case that turns your device into a mini coffee machine. The future is finally here and it smells delicious. The Italian gadget will work much like any modern-day coffee machine. You pop a small pod (or ultra-thin filter in this case) into the side of it, press a button and wait for your coffee to pour out the side.
So, how does it work? Well, it pairs with an app that you’ll need to download first which means that the whole thing is pretty much seamless. There’s even a built-in heating system which warms up the drink so you get steaming hot coffee, while the case itself should stay cool.
What’s more, it’s not as clunky as you might imagine. The Mokase team has done a pretty decent job of making the thing look a lot like any other standard case you might get.
The first few batches will be fit for both iPhone and Samsung devices. Oh, and they will come in two colours – white cream and black espresso (of course!).
But wait, we hear you cry, if you’re out and about, where are you supposed to find a coffee cup? That’s a good question, but one that you needn’t worry yourself about. Luckily, the makers of the Mokase have already thought about that one.
The case comes with a cute little pop-up cup that can be used as a keyring. That means wherever you are and whatever you’re doing, you’ll be able to stop for a quick espresso. Nice.
If this is the first you’re hearing about the Mokase, you’re not alone. The coffee-based gadget is still very, very new. In fact, it’s not even out yet! It was originally launched on Kickstarter, but became so popular so quickly, that its founders decided to cancel the campaign and skip ahead to the production stage.
That means that you can now pre-order one of the devices ahead of its June release for just under €70 (around £65).