August 11 , 2016 - Don't play Pokemon Go while on the Go


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May Anne Villareal 

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Strike Group Australia 

1/263 Toombul Rd., Northgate QLD 4013



Don’t play Pokémon while on the Go. Mount your phone, and keep your eyes on the road.

BRISBANE, August 11, 2016 – When Pokémon Go took the world by storm just a few weeks ago, one thing became clear: we’re now more dependent on our smartphones than ever. But always using the GPS function to hunt for those rare Pokémon no doubt drains your phone’s battery life – capable of reducing it down by 50% within 2 hours!


Now, with up to a 2.4 AMP output charge, Strike’s Alpha Car Cradle makes sure no matter where you ‘go’ your phone will remain charged.


Strike Group – the Brisbane-based hands-free tech company – designs, manufactures, and produces innovative car cradles to suit every smartphone model on the market. Strike’s Alpha Cradle is especially versatile; designed to secure your phone and boost your signal, all the while minimising distractions. And because the Alpha Cradle is fully pass-through compatible, it can be integrated with any Bluetooth car kit, entertainment unit, or your computer.


Although the Strike Alpha Car Cradle is fully compliant with Australian road laws, you should only play Pokémon Go in the passenger’s seat! Staying connected is important, but so is your own safety.


Strike Alpha Car Cradle comes with NFC capability, which allows your preferred apps to open automatically once docked*. So now you can keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road as you chauffer your family and friends around town while they try to catch that elusive Pikachu. 

*Exclusive to Android


You can download the pdf version of this media release here.

About Strike Group

Strike Group is Australia’s leading provider and manufacturer of innovative car technologies. Strike integrates innovative design and seamless engineering in all of its products. The company now exports to 72 countries having appointed key partners in the American and European market.

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