During daytime, Litta charges by use of its solar panel
When biking, Litta is activated by the vibrations, and lights up automatically
During night time Litta is charged and ready to be used
In the last few years 'disposable bicycle lights' have gained popularity in urban neighbourhoods. These lights are very cheap, but they run out quickly, are easily picked, are not always watertight and are seldom repaired or recycled. As a result, many cyclists bike without a light, or they purchase several light per year. No sustainable situation!
With Litta we strive to reduce the ecofootprint of bike lighting. This is done by creating a convenient bike light that lasts longer. Furthermore, will Litta be made from recycled plastic, this way used plastic gets a second life! Last but not least: Litta is designed to be repaired, so in the unlikely event that the housing or the electronics fail, Litta supplies all parts to repair and use it again!
Litta, that sounds more like it!
MATHIJS TER KUILE
Mathijs finished in 2018 his study Industrial Design Engineering at the technical university of Delft.
After graduation Mathijs started as a freelance designer on various projects, until he decided to put his focus on starting Litta.
Jim did his Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering but then found his passion in Electrical Engineering and has been an electrical engineer for three years now.
Jim is responsible for the hardware and software of the Litta.
WILLEM TER KUILE
Willem has over 40 years of design experience, designing indoor and outdoor appliances. For the last 10 years his main focus is street lighting.
With all this experience and expertise he guides his son with the development of the Litta.