Introducing: Smartphone Projector 2.0 – Copper
Ever been on the move and suddenly had to watch Pretty Woman like, totally right now? For some people, the craving to watch their favourite movie that instant is all too real, and for these people we made the perfect gift – the Luckies Smartphone Projector. BUT if simply watching movies whenever and wherever you want isn’t enough, if you want a little more pizazz with your popcorn, let us introduce Smartphone Projector 2.0 Copper – a mobile projector for the on-trend portable film connoisseur.
With a lightweight cardboard frame and fancy copper accents, not only will you never have to worry about getting all the way home before you can see Julia romanced on the big screen again, you can also impress your style-savvy friends with your latest gadget -remember, copper is totally in this season dahling.
Suitable for use with iOS and Android compatible smart phones, this portable Smartphone Projector magnifies your phone screen by up to 8 times, comes ready assembled, AND has an adjustable focus. So when we say instant cinema room, we mean instant. On the toilet? Bam, Scrubs on the cubicle door. At your gran’s house and she’s hogging the TV? Done, The Hangover 3 in the spare room. At work and bored? Sorted, Breaking Bad under the desk…
All you need for this to work is a wall (white and plain works best – unless you think Tom Hardy could do with a damask print make over), and a charged phone set to 100% brightness to stream your movies from. So now there’s no excuse when you ask your boyfriend if he wants to watch your favourite Friends episode and he says ‘Oh I totally would if we had a telly…’.
The iPhone projector isn’t just for home movie nights – watch youtube videos of cats on the big screen (you’re welcome), project psychedelic visuals on the wall at parties, or use it to showcase embarrassing pictures at your bestie’s wedding!
Please note this is a fun gift – don’t take it to work to wow your bosses with your latest Powerpoint slideshow. Also, it works by reflecting your phone image through a glass lens which renders any text in the film backwards – so perhaps lay off any fancy art house subtitled films unless you’ve got a mirror handy!