What is a Baranda anyway?
If you have been following us for a while, you might have noticed that we call our first device the Kibu Baranda.
But... What does Baranda mean?
Gerardo —as good Spaniard— wanted to give the Spanish touch to his Estonian-born invention.
You might think that a guitar and some flamenco dancers would do, but he is from Asturias, in the Northern Coast of the country, and there the traditional music is actually bagpipes since they have celtic heritage (fun fact, in Estonia there are also bagpipes!).
Jokes aside, the Spanish touch comes in this case by the name. Baranda is an Spanish word synonim to Barandilla, which meaning is railing or balustrade, which is by the way, one of the paces where you can place our device: in your balcony.
What we don't know yet is if we would need to send some free samples to Serbia, where there is a little village also called like that.