At GO PUCK, we believe in mobile freedom. We endeavor to eliminate "wall-captivity" and "dead-battery anxiety" by producing mobile USB battery chargers that are built for an active lifestyle.
Join us in the pursuit of mobile freedom.
What Really Matters
When it comes to portable power, we identified six areas that we would not compromise on. For an active lifestyle, these touchy areas had to be solved properly:
To carry around an external battery to power all your mobile devices, we had to make sure the PUCK was light-weight and that it could
fit in your pocket
After making the PUCK small enough to fit in your pocket, the PUCK had to be able to store enough energy to charge your mobile devices multiple times a day–and they do
With your active lifestyle, you probably appreciate fast-action. We feel the same, so we created the PUCK with a rapid charger (about twice as fast as your wall outlet)
With the rise in the “internet of things” and “wearable technology”, the need for easy-integration in portable power also arose. So, we created the Active Mount which allows you to clip, strap or screw the PUCK where you need it most
Your active lifestyle demands durability and endurance–and we’ve delivered. Our products go through rigorous testing to prove they can take a beating and can still thrive
With an active lifestyle, you probably own more than just a phone when it comes to gadgets. You probably own an action cam, tablet, portable audio player and other USB-powered devices. Thankfully, the GO PUCK can charge them all.
Inspired by racing
The journey in pioneering light-weight, lithium-ion batteries started back in 1999 when GO PUCK founder, Blake Fuller, raced his way to the top of the Pikes Peak Hill Climb to become the Rookie of the Year. What happened next, changed the battery industry forever...
In 1999, Blake Fuller, was trying to set a new record at the annual “race to the clouds”. He had his sights on winning the oldest race in the United States, the Pike Peak Hill Climb in Colorado Springs. Not only did Blake walk away with the “Rookie of the Year” award, but his interest was piqued to make his car lighter–specifically the heavy 40 lb. battery in his car.
Seeing how that car battery industry had not been innovated in some 40 years, Blake and a small team decided they were going to change that. After many iterations of the prototype, Blake and his team finally cracked the code. They produced an 8 lb. battery–nearly 5 times lighter than its predecessor. Blake and his team had disrupted the motor sports industry. Click to continue…