Dometic was a winner of this year’s iF DESIGN AWARD, a world-renowned design prize. The winning product, portable lithium battery Dometic PLB40, won in the discipline Product Design, in the Outdoor category. Each year, the world’s oldest independent design organization, Hannover-based iF International Forum Design GmbH, organizes the iF DESIGN AWARD.
Dometic PLB40 won over the 67-member jury, made up of independent experts from all over the world, with its innovative design concept backed by new technology Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) in outdoor usages. The competition was intense: 6,375 entries were submitted from 52 countries in hopes of receiving the seal of quality.
Samuele Meda, Head of Product Design at Dometic Group says; “Design concept of the Dometic PLB40 brings a completely new product category to the market. Powered by LiFePO4, this portable power pack is among the most compact and lightweight in its class while delivering unparalleled power performance.
“Robust, outdoor-proof construction with ergonomically designed stainless steel carry-handle makes the Dometic PLB40 easy to carry and use in multiple environments from family camping to the most rugged expeditions. Last but not least, convenient three-way charging allows users to charge the battery on-the-go eliminating the need for a dual battery set-up.”
More information about Dometic PLB40 can be found in the “Design Excellence” section of the iF WORLD DESIGN GUIDE.
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Product info: Portable lithium battery Dometic PLB40
Photos can be accessed PLB40 media kit.
Dometic is a global market leader in the mobile living industry. Millions of people around the world use Dometic products in outdoor, residential, and professional applications. Our motivation is to create smart, sustainable, and reliable products with outstanding design for an outdoor and mobile lifestyle in the areas of Food & Beverage, Climate, Power & Control, and Other Applications. Dometic employs approximately 9,000 people worldwide, had net sales of SEK 21.5 billion (USD 2.5 billion) in 2021 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.