The Siva Cycle Atom Generator is a small device that using kinetic energy to power other devices. It is meant to be installed under the seat of a bicycle. Comprised of the generator itself as well as a detachable battery pack and USB port, it is connected by a series of ribbon cables.
Created by Aaron Latzke and David Delcourt, designers based in San Francisco, California, the Siva Cycle Atom Generator may be similar to other eco-friendly chargers, but it sets itself apart by way of the battery pack. This allows people to charge anything they need to while on the go even if they haven't rode their bike long enough.
Convenient and compact, the Siva Cycle Atom Generator speaks to today's generation of environmentally conscious, socially connected individuals with a pension for health.
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