Elettra is one but it works for three: it covers, protects and wraps
Designed by the award-winning designer Makio Hasuike, Elettra embodies all the innovations that make it the fastest, lightest, most compact and functional machine for covering books, protecting documents, wrapping gifts and much more …
While maintaining its robustness, Elettra comprises both functional and ergonomic innovations.
It is equipped with a special pedal for cutting and welding, besides an easy to clean and replaceable welding blade which allows cutting and welding in less than 5 seconds.
Elettra is also equipped with control display, RFID reader, hardware and software security system. When in standby it allows reduced power consumption.
It is functional and easy to carry thanks to the new removale section. The graph film on the top helps placing books correctly.
Welding and cutting in less than 5 seconds. Counter display and temperature setting. Running sensor and HW & SW Safety system.
Easily replaceable blade. Electronic recognizing of Speedycover original consumables. Max power 500W. Standby power consumption 0.01 KWh.
Special graph film to help align the books. Removable section for easy carrying. Treadle for cutting and welding.
Power cord included. On/Off button. Voltage 220V. Teflon stick for blade cleaning.
Elettra complies with European standards and is CE marked.
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Makio Hasuike has now designed Elettra for SpeedyCover!
The Makio Hasuike and Co. studio, founded in Milan in 1968 is one of the top industrial design offices in Italy. He graduated from the University of Arts of Tokyo in 1962, beginning his activity in Japan where he worked as designer for Seiko, designing twenty watch typologies for the Tokyo Olimpics Games in 1964.
Since 1963 he has been in Italy continuing his activity in different design fields. In 1968 he opened his own studio in Milan, Makio Hasuike Design.
In 1982 he began an experimental project by creating and marketing a series of innovative carry-all, briefcase products: thus MH WAY is born. His 360° design activity places him at the heart of production and distribution aspects.
He is a Member of the Founding Commettee of Strategic Design Master programme at the Milan Politecnico. He is frequently invited for juries in international design competition.
His designs have been awarded with prestigious prizes such as Compasso d’Oro, Macef, Triennale, Smau, Bio (Lubiana), Design Plus (Francoforte), Design Preis (Stoccarda), Design Innovation (Essen), and they can be found in temporary and permanent exhibitions in several museums in the world, such as MoMa Ne York and Triennale Milano.
Design, speed and versatility make Elettra a unique device on the market. Not only has it an appealing look and smooth silohuette, but it is also innovative and eco-friendly. Easy to use and easy to transport, Elettra is functional, ergonomic and allows extremely low plastic waste.