Perfect for frequent online shoppers, Ucella is said to be the World’s first package and delivery mailbox. Ucella mainly functions as a device that secures incoming packages in a form of a wall-mounted container made of high-quality materials perfect for homes and offices. Even when you’re not around to receive your parcel, uCella guarantees to keep your deliveries safe and secured until you arrive and get them yourself by means of a QR code scan.
QUICK DETAILS ABOUT uCELLA
uCELLA is wifi-connected, allowing users to track and manage their packages even while it’s still on transit. This is made possible by Ucella’s very own mobile application. Also equipped with a camera and built-in microphone, users are able to receive messages from carriers and a photo of the delivery personnel.
PRICING AND REFUND POLICY
Retail price is expected to be at $300 however there’s currently no announcement of when it will be available again since the pre-orders on the Kickstarter campaign has ended.
Although pre-orders have already ended, uCella remains to lack feedbacks from consumers as it has yet to be released.
Wall-mounted and accommodates large packages.
Equipped with Wifi-connection, camera and built-in microphone.
Secured and can only be opened through special tracking numbers and scanning mechanisms only accessible by a delivery personnel and uCella owner.
Prevents theft and loss of packages.
Alerts users when a package has arrived.
Helps users in returning packages.
Powers of 30 days.
UV, Water and Dust resistant.
Lacks feedbacks from consumers.
WHAT’S THE BOTTOMLINE? SHOULD YOU GET YOUR OWN uCELLA?
If you’re a frequent online shopper or just tired of losing packages, uCella can be the perfect device for you as it keeps your deliveries secure and allows you to keep track of packages from when on transit up to when it’s delivered on your doorstep through a mobile application or even email since uCella can be synced into email services. Convenient and secure, uCella may just be the solution to your delivery dilemmas. However, uCella has yet to be released so there’s not enough feedback to prove its promising features.