I think it’s not a stretch to say that the biggest complaint against smart watches – today – is battery life (as is the case with most anything with a screen). Well, what if we could borrow from the history of watches to help get around that limitation? The Sequent SuperCharger is going for precisely that.
And what is that “one crazy thing” that the Sequent SuperCharger has done? They’ve packed in an automatic-winding rotor, so your movements power the watch. Rather than winding a spring, you’re charging up a capacitor. For more on this new project, check out the full article over at Knapsack.
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