The main drawback of the absolute majority of modern smart watches is the short battery life. On average, they work only 2-3 days without recharging, although there are models that can function for a week, a month or even a year. The Swiss company Sequent did seemingly impossible. She developed a smart watch that does not need replaceable batteries or recharge the battery. According to the developers, the device can work forever, performing all the main functions of a smart clock.
The Sequent smart watch uses a patented kinetic self-charging system for batteries that converts kinetic energy into electrical energy. The basis of the device is the law of gravity and the constant movement of the user’s wrist. The clock does not have a display, but they are equipped with a small LED indicator that notifies you of incoming notifications.
Sequent is able to measure the user’s pulse, fix its location, the number of steps passed and other data of physical activity. Also, the clock automatically shows the current time, wherever you are. They are protected from water and can withstand dives to a depth of 50 meters. All device management is carried out through a mobile application available on iOS and Android.