Take the bitter with the sweet. Prov. Accept adversity as well as good fortune, as in: If you intend to get married, you must be prepared to take the bitter with the sweet. This idiom is dating from the late 1300s. It was first recorded in John Heywood's 1546 proverb collection. (The American Heritage® Idioms Dictionary).

A couple of weeks passed by and we are eager to update you on everything we've been working on. This is going to be a big update so after reading you will know exactly where we are on our Infento journey, where we are going and when. We have a lot of positive things to share with you but unfortunately as you could probably deduct from the title and the first paragraph not every topic will be a good news show this time.

Our Kickstarter campaign is live for 27 days now. There are only 7 days left where people can place an order and support us. Time flies. Our journey though is already 7 years long and few have known of our existence during all these years.

Do you feel the electricity in the air? Well, we do! We are thrilled to announce that our e-drive will be developed and produced. We reached our stretch goal of $150,000 this week! Yihawww, we can now give kids the feeling that they own their very own Tesla!

We launched last Wednesday and the crowdfunding campaign immediately started with a Big Bang. We reached 64% of our $50,000 goal on the first day! Amazing. Thank you so much for your support and enthusiasm to share our story.

Yes! Great news! Here we go! We received feedback from Kickstarter and we can launch our crowdfunding campaign whenever we like.  We just have to press the button "Launch" on our Kickstarter page and our project is live for the world to see. When will we launch?...

Wouldn't it be great if you could attach a real electric motor to your ride? One that would give kids the feeling that they own their very own Tesla? We guess you already got the hint from our last update. We are developing Infento E-drive! 

The work on an electric motor started a couple of months ago. It is still early stage but we already produced a rudimentary first prototype. Check out the picture below. Does it really work you wonder? You betcha!