By Staff Writer
Sequent wants to solve a major problem of the smart watch industry, which suffers from insufficient battery supply for its devices and generate 100% clean energy.
The start-up founded in Luzern in Switzerland has developed and patented a kinetic self-charging battery system, transforming kinetic energy into electrical energy to power its Sequent smart watch.
With Sequent technology, there is no more additional charging from socket-outlets or cell coin batteries is required.
“We are the first ones who mastered the transformation of kinetic “100% clean” energy into infinite electrical energy to power a smart watch,” Petra Guhl, CEO of Sequent, said in a statement.
“Some already say that we will become the TESLA of the smart watches and wearable industry as we share the same vision.”
You can support Sequent on Kickstarter, which started on July 5. The prices for the Sequent “SuperCharger” smart watch starts from $149 and you can order it online.
The Sequent smartwatch features a new generation smart watch with a kinetic self-charging battery system, which provides infinite power supply.
It also has the newest generation of Heart Rate sensor, GPS tracking and notification system, which can connect by Bluetooth to the proprietary Biofeedback health & sport app.
“After more than three years of intensive research & development, we are proud to launch a smart watch with a breakthrough technology that will redefine the future of all smart devices,” said Adrian Buchmann, Designer of the Sequent smartwatch.