OUR KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN RAISED OVER $20,000!
More than 280 backers pre-ordered Battery Guards and helped us get the funds we needed to begin production.
As we begin to fulfill Kickstarter orders, we're now taking more pre-orders via our all new online store! Please subscribe to our mailing list below to be notified of all new updates as soon as we have them, including where we will go from here! We have a few surprises waiting to be shared :)
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DON'T LET YOUR BATTERY HOLD YOU BACK
fits between your standard charging brick and USB charging cable
work together to
increase the lifespan of your battery by up to 2x
an app on your phone
a physical device
No more low-battery anxiety
No more wasting your money on a new phone
No more waiting for your phone to charge up
too hot to handle, literally
Ever wonder why your phone dies quicker just a few months after you buy it?
The more you charge your phone, the weaker its battery becomes.
You might’ve felt your phone getting hot while charging at some point. Charging your phone overnight or using fast chargers causes your battery to reach temperatures upwards of 100 degrees Fahrenheit, which destroys your battery over time.
Designed to fit in with your normal overnight charging habits, the Canal Battery Guard uses an experimentally proven charging algorithm that gives your battery rest periods to minimize overheating - the crucial factor in battery degradation.
The battery guard fits between your standard charging brick and USB charging cable, and communicates with an app on your phone. Simply connect via bluetooth and set the time you’ll be waking up in the morning, and the Battery Guard will do the rest.
Testing has shown the Battery Guard can cut battery decay by up to 50%, effectively doubling the lifespan of your phone.
December 15, 2020
Young Entrepreneur: Pitt trio develop smartphone battery charging device
"During their freshman years at the University of Pittsburgh, Mohamed Morsy, Nick Kshatri and Matt Rosenblatt took a course together called “The Art of Making.”
As the end of the semester rolled around, the three teamed up to complete the course’s final project. While working on that assignment, they came up with the idea for what would become Canal Electronics and knew they would soon transition from peers to co-founders.
Canal Electronics created a physical device and app that allows consumers to use “interval charging” to more effectively charge their smartphones."
Read the rest here!
meet the team
Mohamed is the man behind the idea of the Battery Guard, and leads product development from start to finish. With an electrical engineering degree from the University of Pittsburgh and a passion for smartphone technology, he knows a thing or two about batteries.
IP PROTECTION & IT SUPPORT
Matt makes sure our IP stays protected, and assists with IT support. When he's not working for Canal, he's also busy pursuing his PhD in Bioengineering from Yale. Considered a jack-of-all-trades, he's helped with every step of the journey.
Nick is our head of marketing and outreach. He's currently finishing up his bioengineering degree from Pitt, but his passion lies with designing and getting products out to the people who need them. No one wants to see a Battery Guard in everyone's hands more than him.
Software & App development
The newest member of the Canal team, Yusuf is an expert on all things software. He is currently pursuing a master's in machine learning. He's in charge of app development and software engineering.