Smartwatches have been the talk of the town for a while now. It is the new cool kid on the block and everyone seems to be in awe of it. There has been so many modifications to a smartwatch now that it feels like there’s nothing a smartwatch can’t do.
There’s only one downside… the battery life! This almost out-of-a-sci-fi-film invention cannot last more than 6 hours and then you have to put it on charge and wait for your life to resume. SEQUENT has solved this major dilemma of the smart watch industry by manufacturing the best smart connected watch with self-charging infinite power!
Based on the traditional Swiss automatic watch, this Switzerland located company has developed the world’s first kinetic self-charging battery system. To put it in simple words, it transforms kinetic energy into electrical energy thus creating the most energy efficient smart watch that is based on 100% clean energy. Now you don’t have to take out time to charge it via socket outlets or replace the cell coin battery after every few months.
SEQUENT also works as an activity tracker that measures your movements day and night. This also helps charging the battery. So the more active you are the more you charge the SEQUENT SuperCharger.
It also helps measure your heart rate and the distance you have travelled. SEQUENT also comes with a built-in GPS that helps you track your journey.
It also allows you to be in control and filter your notifications AND work as your alarm clock.
SEQUENT SuperCharger auto corrects time which means no matter how many time zones you have travelled it will always display the accurate local time.
SEQUENT combines the classic Swiss watch design with a futuristic look that makes it unique and highly recognizable. It is available in 3 different editions; Black Edition with an all-white or an all-black option starting at $149, Steel Edition with either a blue or black face starting at $199 or a Kickstarter limited edition starting at $299 which allows you to completely customize your watch.
SEQUENT SuperCharger is currently up for crowdfunding on Kickstarter.