GiBank: A New Manual Charger launches Kickstarter Campaign
By: AB Newswire
October 25, 2021 at 18:22 PM EDT
Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, This Handheld Charger with a built-in PowerBank is basically a Manually Powered Electrical Generator!
GiBank is an all-new manually powered electrical generator that has a built-in PowerBank and can charge any electrical device attached to it. This handheld device is easy to use and enables its users to charge the phone, an iPad, a camera, a speaker or other portable electrical devices with one hand. To introduce this project to the world, the European engineer behind this project has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, and he is welcoming generous support and backing.
“GiBank can charge any mobile device with a USB or micro USB port, and it comes in handy especially when the users are away from a source of electricity.” Said Wojciech Miler, the Polish Engineer behind this project, while introducing this project to the Kickstarter community. ‘GiBank is durable, compact, efficient, and it is made with high quality materials.” He added. The engineer also thanked the Diagnostic, Research and Analysis Centre at University of Economics and Innovation in Lublin, Poland for its support in the production of the prototype and 3D printing.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at:
www.kickstarter.com/projects/gibank/handheld-charger-with-powerbank and backers from around the world can become a part of this project by making generous pledges and donations. Moreover, the goal of this Kickstarter campaign is to raise a sum of EUR 64,000 and the creators are offering this device as a reward for the backers with worldwide shipping. Furthermore, more details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.
About This Project
GiBank is an all-new handheld charger that has a built in power bank and can charge mobile devices without any electrical power source. This portable charger is great for outdoor use and in places where there is no electricity. The project is developed by an engineer from Poland and he is raising funds and support on Kickstarter.