“We don’t necessarily think this will be something that you use every day, because it takes around one hour to reach full capacity,” Novik also shared. “But it’s small enough to fit in your pocket, and you can use it anywhere if you find yourself someplace with no plugs or available electricity.”
The HandEnergy was first born when its team met at a web forum for clean energy. With HandEnergy leading the way, Novik said that they have much more ideas for future clean energy-generating products that will only require work from the human body. You can support the initiative by making a pledge and pre-ordering one of the devices for yourself. An “early bird” edition of the device will cost you just $73 and shipping will begin in May 2017.