Hand Energy- Your Personal Generator On The Go

Hand Energy
HandEnergy is your personal generator of endless energy.

HandEnergy is your personal generator of endless energy

It’s called HandEnergy and it’s a highly innovative way of charging.

Generate your own clean energy with the power of your body; store it, always keep it with you, and charge your devices wherever you are.

Lot’s of mobile devices don’t offer the option of swapping in a fresh battery for uninterrupted uptime. Although external USB power banks are useful, they’re also limited by capacity.

HandEnergy is designed to produce electricity at wall socket speeds through gentle wrist rotations.

It allows you to charge your mobile devices without any other power sources because it generates electricity with the help of the user.

it’s compact and very portable, so you’ll be able to take it anywhere with you.
It’s fitted with a USB-port and you can use your own cables to connect to a smartphone or a tablet.

HandEnergy is compact and easy device. Produce, accumulate and use!

Shaped like a medium-sized apple, HandEnergy packs a magnetic rotor, a stator, a 1,000-mAh capacity battery, and a USB port.

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Here’s how handenergy works

Once you switch on the device by turning the starter ring, you need to release it.
That activates the rotor which starts spinning.

To keep it spinning, you have to rotate the whole device yourself.
During that process, the power is transmitted from the rotor, which generates electric current.

Special inbuilt batteries get charged and, as a result, you get sort of a power bank.
But in this case, it was you who produced all the energy. Pretty cool huh?

The HandEnergy which is compact enough to fit into the palm of your hand hardly weighs much (less than four hundred grams even) making it ideal to carry around wherever you are and wherever you go.

That is some power to have. Human power that is.

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Hassan loves researching renewable and green energy solutions. He also studies mobile software programming and Internet technology.

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