A Slovenian tech company named Tehnologija has invented the world’s first Kegel-powered phone charger. The revolutionary device allows you to charge your phone by simply doing Kegels. The charger utilizes the power of muscle contractions to generate electricity, which is then transferred to your phone to charge its battery.
The charger also comes with a companion app that tracks your progress, offers personalized workout plans and even a “Kegel Leaderboard” where you can compete with friends to see who can generate the most electricity. For those new to the world of Kegels, the app offers a beginner’s guide and instructional videos to help you get started.
“The Kegel Charger is a game changer in the tech industry. It’s not only a convenient and eco-friendly solution for charging your phone, but it also promotes a healthy lifestyle. We’re excited to see how this technology will revolutionize not only the way we charge our devices, but also the way we generate power in the future,” said Tehnologija CEO Franc Novak.
The device can be used by both men and women, and is not limited to just the pelvic area. The charger can also be used to charge your phone by contracting your abs, biceps, or any other muscle group.
First of its kind, it’s being marketed as a convenient and eco-friendly solution for charging your phone and promoting a healthy lifestyle. Regular Kegel exercises can improve bladder control, sexual function, and even reduce the risk of lower back pain.
In addition to personal use, Tehnologija is marketing the device to power entire office buildings, gym equipment, and even the next generation of electric vehicles. It is not too difficult to imagine a future where Kegel charging stations replace gas stations and coal power plants.
Tehnologija’s Kegel Charger has already caused waves in the tech industry, with major companies like Apple and Samsung showing interest in the device. It has also caught the attention of governments around the world, with some even considering using it as a source of renewable energy.
It remains to be seen if the world is prepared for such a revolutionary device, but what is certain is that the world is ready to transition towards more sustainable sources of energy.