The attachable device that tells you all about your cat
Disclaimer: All reviews contain subjective opinions of the NANZA team.
Pledges: $16,167 (as of May 12, 2023)
Live until: Jun 2, 2023
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Super Early Bird: $80 (60% off retail)
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Collar-attachable health tracking device for your cats, app compatible and a simple solution for all of your pets’ needs. Lightweight, incredible battery life, soft and neutral color design, what more could pet owners ask for? But will this portable cube really change the way we take care of our furry friends?
Like a small pet name tag, only a little thicker.
8g. Simply undetectable.
Splash and dust resistant. Maybe don’t let your cats out in the rain.
Rechargeable LiPo 150 AH battery, providing 4 weeks of nonstop usage.
Snag a discount of a whopping 60% off the retail price of Moggie during its Super Early Bird sale, sold at an $80 price point. Otherwise, expect to pay ~$200 after its campaign.
Flat rate of $11 shipping to most countries, but not all. Shipping fee is applied once more for any extra wearables that are added on.
What We Love
1. Product Design
The easy attachment method makes it “customizable” even though Moggie comes in only one color as of now. Simply change up the collar it is attached to with the velcro (who doesn’t know how to use velcro!). Flashy or neutral whenever and wherever.
2. Safety and Security
As cats are pets that may not show immediate signs of health issues, the Moggie notifies owners of any issues such as irregular or concerning behaviors as soon as they are detected.
What We Don't
1. Health Tracking only
Wouldn’t it be nice to also know if your cats decide to take a secret afternoon stroll while you’re at work? Sometimes they think it’s funny to not be there when you’re back.
2. App is subscription-based
Although the designed app is a great additional feature to Moggie, users have already paid a hefty price for the device. There is another fee for the app, which is pretty much essential when using Moggie.
Is it Worth it?
Upon a deep dive into “Should I really buy this?” The questions began. Avid Kickstarter backers will know to check the Comments section- even before the FAQ. Alarmingly, the lack of detail on the campaign page that was initially a near enough click-bait purchase due to its economical price, turned out to be a questioning of whether the creators are trusty enough to fulfill shipment. If it’s no biggie whether you do or don’t receive this all-in-one tablet attachment, the Combo Keyboard could be for you. Is the concept enough to take a chance on $50?