CadenceX promises a powerful alternative to classic dynamo generators
Assembled in Chicago by PedalCell, the generator-electronics system produces 15-20 watts to charge USB-C devices. CHICAGO (BRAIN) — When Adam Hokin and Vishaal Mali began designing a bicycle generator, they started from scratch and followed the Apple game plan. Devise a closed system more powerful and efficient than what's on the market. So the pair who met in high school and formed PedalCell began work on what would become CadenceX, a weather-proof generator and electronics package for charging devices. After four years in development, it's now available for pre-order on its website and will ship in early 2020 with an MSRP of $299.99. Customers can pre-order and save $50 for a limited time. The company also is exploring wholesale sales through U.S. retailers. "We started with a clean sheet when designing our system," Hokin said. "And the really unique thing we did is we designed our electronics and our generator ...
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