The Volt

The Volt is a revolutionary new product that uses a precise, focused electric field that can chemically alter the makeup of certain important compounds in a bottle of wine. It will chemically alter them just enough to cause a variance in the the way it smells, tastes and feels in your mouth. We liken this to simulate 'aging' if that particular varietal was able to age.

  • How does this process work?

    The 'magic' inside the Volt occurs due to the application of an electric field to the bottle of wine. Thanks to our custom designed circuitry, its combination of precise voltage and a specific number of cycles per second of the field, the result is a bottle of wine that appears matured. This changes occurs even if the wine itself wasn't a vintage that allows improvement of the flavor profile.

    The use of an electric field results in a homogeneous wine solution that resembles a bottle that has been subjected to many years of natural aging. The electric field penetrates the bottle and alters the makeup of the wine inside.

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Meet the Team

Clyde

Founder
Clyde

Clyde

Founder
Clydes background is everything nerdy. With a passion for electronics, a desire to build and designs things, as well as the moxy to pull it off, he founded Faraday to bring his vision to life.

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Chris

Partner
Chris

Chris

Partner
Chris comes to us after operating the largest event facility in the US. Operations, marketing, design and fabrication, Chris has a wealth of knowledge beneficial to the Faraday crew.
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Nicole

Social Media Manager

Nicole

Social Media Manager
With an uncanny ability to keep up with current trends, it seems only fitting to have Nicole take the reigns of all things social media related.

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Carol

Finance Manager

Carol

Finance Manager
That's actually Raisin, Carol's trusted assistant. After coming out of retirement to manage the finances of Faraday, carol is brining her 30+ yrs of banking experience to our mix.

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Dan

Engineer

Dan

Engineer
With masters degrees in Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, Dan has helped design and build all of our prototypes as well as the custom circuitry.

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Avinash

Developer

Avinash

Developer
Our resident coder. Thanks to him, we have an online and mobile presence. With an extensive background in all things HTML, Avinash brings capabilities that Microsoft would be jealous of.
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A Little Background on Faraday

Faraday Inc was a concept born in 2009 amongst a few dreamers. We didn’t realize it at the time, but we had formed the basis of hat would later become the company we are today. In 2014 we made it official and incorporated. With years of conceptualizing ideas hat we had considered for some time but had yet to engage, we decided it was time to

leave traditional jobs and a traditional work life and make our dreams a reality.

We aren’t a major corporation. We are a roup of like-minded entrepreneurs who want to bring innovative products to market, as well as help others achieve the same goal of urning their dreams into reality.

If you'd like to learn more about us and our vision, click below. If you are a tinkerer or hobbyist and don’t know how to get tarted, don’t wait a minute longer, click the link below and open the door to your future.

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frequently asked questions

General Questions

HOW DOES THE VOLT WORK?
WHERE DID THE INITIAL IDEA FOR THE VOLT COME FROM?
WILL THERE BE AN APP TO RUN THE VOLT?
IS VOLT SAFE?
YOU ARE REALLY GOING TO OPEN SOURCE YOUR DESIGN WORK? HOW AND WHY?
WHERE IS THE VOLT MADE?
DOES VOLT WORK ON LIQUOR?

Product Questions

IS WHAT WE SEE ONLINE NOW THE FINAL DESIGN?
HOW ADJUSTABLE IS VOLT?
IS THE VOLT UPGRADEABLE?
WILL VOLT WORK ON ANY WINE?
WHAT ARE VOLTS SPECS?

Technical Questions

WHAT IS AN ELECTRIC FIELD?
AT WHAT VOLTAGES DOES VOLT RUN?
AT WHAT FREQUENCY DOES THE POWER SUPPLY OPERATE?
WHAT SAFETY FEATURES ARE INCLUDED?
WHAT ARE THE POWER REQUIREMENTS?

Kickstarter Questions

WHAT ARE YOU DOING DIFFERENTLY THAN OTHERS?

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