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Freevolt Harvests Radio Waves to Charge Your Gadgets


cleanspace-tag-network.jpg.662x0_q70_crop-scaleFreevolt is a groundbreaking new technology, which harvests energy from radio waves. It provides constant electrical charge to electronic devices absolutely for free.

If you are one of those people, who strictly believe in the saying “there is no such thing as free lunch”, you might want to give it another thought. A team of talented inventors at Drayson Technologies, has come up with a very special technology that can harvest energy from radio frequency waves, or “thin air” if you will, and provide free electrical charge to electronic devices at all times.

The incredible technology is called Freevolt, and it is currently used in a sensor for measuring air quality. The device is called CleanSpace Tag, and works constantly thanks to the always available for harvesting radio waves, which are pretty much everywhere. CleanSpace is currently on sale for the very reasonable price of £55.00 (~$85), for the early birds, and £60.00 (~$90) for the next 500 lucky guys. In both cases, £5 (~$8) goes towards a charity of your choice

The best part is that once you buy your CleanSpace Tag, you actually contribute to a much bigger cause- the integration of Freevolt in a smartphone. Imagine how brilliant that would be, right? No more annoying chargers, no more out-of-battery panic. The crowdfunding campaign is going relatively OK, but the guys from Drayson Technology really need your help. They have raised almost one tenth of their target, and have only 25 days left to go.

A small reminder here, this is not the first time a radio signal smartphone charging technology asks for crowdfunding support. Earlier this year, engineers from Nikola Labs developed a self-powered smartphone, but unfortunately they managed to raise only half of what they needed and therefore their project was unsuccessful.

Do not allow this to happen again. Show Freevolt your support. You will get a cool self-powered pollution sensor in return.

Image (c) Drayson Technology

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