And it started with a kiss. Actually, a kiss, which was never given because of a stressful morning when Lars was leaving his family to go on a business trip to Hong Kong. Already at the airport, missing his wife and regretting the hasty departure, he feels the urge to send her an “I-love-you-text” but finds his smartphone “dead”. Useless. He had forgotten to charge it.
Depressed he realizes that he has to endure a long flight before being able to reach out and talk to his family again.
Looking around on his fellow passengers, Lars gets the feeling that some might have the same problem, and slowly the idea of SoleShot forms.
“Sole” meaning a single and “Shot” a powerful charge, enabling you to stay connected when you need it the most. And having worked in fashion, Lars also thought it should be a smart device. Easy to bring along. But also well-designed and cool to look at as a natural extension of his iPhone.
Having arrived safely in Hong Kong Lars did not only call his wife but also his friend Jacob and soon after SoleShot was born.