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NZ Start-Up looking to build the future

NZ Start-Up looking to build the future starting with off-grid luxury spaces.

A globally shippable habitat filled with the latest Japanese tech.

Auckland, New Zealand: Introducing the “Sentinel40”, an advanced habitat that incorporates Japanese tech and off-grid capabilities in a 40ft container that can be shipped anywhere in world.

The Sentinel 40 addresses the one solution that the tiny house trend hasn’t yet; living off-grid without compromising your comfort.

• Place it down with minimal site preparations. Ship it again easily when you want to move.

• Off-grid capability with additional add-ons - no utility bills.

• Everything connected with a smart assistant - natural voice recognition.

• Never seen before Japanese features and technology throughout.

Rain-water storage , solar panels and 28kwh of electrical li-ion battery capacity means the Sentinel40 can survive off grid indefinitely, only needing a pump-out for black tanks every few months. Taiga’s Maintenance and check up service will take care of the hassle, and can be scheduled from your smartphone anywhere.

Check the power and water status and usage of your Sentinel40 from your smartphone, or speak to the smart assistant to set up the Sentinel for a movie. Because all systems are connected, lights can be dimmed, heating set to the right temperature and the TV set up and ready to go. Forecast and rationing ensures you will never run dry.

Inside the Sentinel40, you’ll find familiar but innovative appliances. Partial Vacuum Fridge compartments, Washer/Dryer Machine that irons your clothes and Touchless Faucets to name a few.

Most of these appliance technologies have been kept confined to Japanese markets until this point.

The Sentinel40 will be the only way to access this the whole experience for the near future. We are currently taking preorders for 20 Sentinel40’s, with development and manufacture on track for delivery by 2020. A refundable deposit secures a reservation.

About our company: At Taiga we aim to change the way houses are purchased and built, providing a solution that is better and cheaper than a traditional house in every way. Founded on a combination of boat building and engineering expertise, Taiga strives to deliver this future, starting with the luxury Sentinel40 with more models in development.

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