'Cyclus' by Satoshi Yanagisawa is a Portable Power Plant

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Sep 12, 2010 • References: &
'Cyclus' by Satoshi Yanagisawa is a light bulb-shaped spring-driven portable power generator. By twisting the base, users can power their precious gadgets on the go. A couple of twists produces electricity for 30 minutes -- not bad!

We've seen several designs for personal power suppliers pop up in the past few months. After you check out more images of 'Cyclus' by Satoshi Yanagisawa, be sure to keep clicking to see past designs.

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After all, with this many amazing designs to choose from there is no denying personal generators like the 'Cyclus' by Satoshi Yanagisawa are pretty damn cool. I would love to carry around a personal power generator, especially since I often find my technology dying on me! Stats for Bulb-Shaped Personal Generators Trending: Older & Average
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