The main drawback of the absolute majority of modern smart watch is the small battery life. On average, they work only 2-3 days without recharging, although there are models capable of operating a week, a month or even a year. Swiss firm Sequent did the seemingly impossible. It has developed a smart watch that do not require replacement batteries or replenishing battery power. On assurances of developers, the device can run forever, performing all the basic functions of a smart watch.
In smart hours Sequent’s patented kinetic system is self-charging batteries that converts kinetic energy into electrical energy. Based on the work of the device on the law of gravity and constant movement of the wrist of the user. In hours there is no display but they have a small led indicator that informs you about incoming notifications.
Sequent is capable of measuring the pulse of the user, to fix its location, the number of steps and other physical activity. Also the watch will automatically show the current time wherever you are. They are protected from water and can withstand immersion to a depth of 50 meters. All device management is performed via a mobile application available on iOS and Android.
Now smart watches Sequent can be ordered on Kickstarter for $219. Delivery expected in December of this year.