The ZUS started out on Indiegogo  and it raised a total of US$273,165.
The ZUS is retailing for US$29.99 on Amazon  but it doesn’t ship to Singapore directly, so you have to ship it through a freight forwarder.
Alternatively, you can get it from noda directly  where it charges US$15 to ship to Singapore.
ZUS locates your car via your phone’s built-in GPS so accuracy of your car’s location will vary depending on the place you parked. It works best for outdoor parking lots. For countries like Singapore where most of our car parks are indoors/underground, this feature might not be that useful.
So when there’s a location failure, the ZUS app will send you a notification to remind you to take a photo of your parking environment. Additionally, you can also add some notes like parking lot number or parking lot color so that you can easily find your car later.
Once you have parked your car, the ZUS App will send you a notification to ask you whether you want to set a parking alarm. This is probably one my favourite feature of the ZUS Smart Car Charger as it is very useful for coupon parking in Singapore.
The ZUS has two USB ports capable of delivering up to 4.8A of power (2.4A per port) which means you can use it to charge two iPads in the car at the same time.
The built of the ZUS is fantastic. It is made of German Bayer polycarbonate and all metal parts are coated with titanium.
It can withstand temperature as high as 100°C because it meets US Military MIL-STD-810G High Temperature Standard.