Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Kinetic Energy concept - Wilma van Boxtel


Trust me folks when I say it, but it takes hell of a lot to make me quit my most prized asset- Laziness. I suppose most of us are the same way. Unless we are pushed to work we most often sit back and do absolutely nothing. The simple theory is that all of us do things only because of two reason- Pleasure and Pressure. If there is no pleasure in your job, then there has to be a deadline. If both are absent, then you do nothing. But now we give you a new reason to get up and do work and it is simple to make sure your mobile or iPod do not run out of charge!


It really is frustrating when that tiny little gadget displays ‘Low Battery’ and then goes off in to darkness. Now you can charge it up whenever you want by either shaking a leg or two or by just making sure you are moving around even just meaninglessly. Kinetic Energy is a device to store energy by just moving; doing sports, exercise, dance or just walking. My husband has a kinetic watch which doesn’t consume batteries but works because of the movements of his arm. Designed by Wilma van Boxtel of Australia, the device is perfect for someone like me who almost never stops walking around my living room or on my terrace when on phone.


Designed as a very simple ankle band, which you can also wear it around your arms if that’s were you move more, it stores the energy by your movements through this kinetic device. When necessary you plug your mobile or whatever gadget into the connector (you probably need an adapter because all brands are having a different connector) and upload your gadget. For my mobile, I surely will need an adapter too by the look of things. I really need something like this. I always am too lazy to get up to plug in the mobile for charging before going to bed. By the evening, I almost always run out of charge. The gadget is akin to the Kinetic Energy- MP3 Player that we featured a few days ago. Such gadgets are a great help to both us lazy guys and also the planet!

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