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By Noeleen
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    1. Noeleen Creator on August 9, 2014

      Thank you!

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      Darryl on August 9, 2014

      sorry to see your project funding come to an end. it was a pleasure to assist you and I hope to see more of your work in the near future.

      let the haters hate, use it as motivation.

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      Darryl on August 3, 2014

      thank you for answering my question, I just pledged. great idea and I hope you succeed.

    4. LucA on August 2, 2014

      @ Robert Khoe

      sure, but with the addition of modules kinetic Snapware, even so that it can be charged using the movements. however are both good ideas

    5. Robert Khoe
      on August 1, 2014


      That one has a normal battery which is charged normally. But I would like it if it could work with kinetic energy.

    6. Noeleen Creator on August 1, 2014

      AWW so nice of you thank you! I am homeless and this is my hope and dream and no matter what I will fight to the end to see it come true. Thanks for believing in me.

    7. LucA on August 1, 2014

      @ CREATOR

      I believe in you, I have supported a project similar to yours and I recommend you try to contartarvi maybe pull off something truly amazing.

      if it is not a problem you link the site and the project has just ended ...

    8. Noeleen Creator on August 1, 2014

      Ian Thanks for reaching out.

      Once the wristband is made it will be announced on Kickstarter and on facebook under StopMee as to where you can purchase one. I'm also going to do a contest to have one of the wristband given away. Unfortuntely since I'm homeless I don't have a lot of money to work with so the rewards you see was all I could do because the band is not made yet. Thanks for your support.

    9. Ian Jones on August 1, 2014

      So how do we actually get one of these if they are made?
      How are you to reward your backers?

    10. Noeleen Creator on July 31, 2014


      I have spoken to several electronic engineers and they say this will work, but without funding I cannot hire them. You are correct its so years ago, but technology is unique. No one has attempt this before that is why StopMee will be the first and I'm very confident in these guys expertise with 23 years in their field. Thanks for your mail.

    11. Robert Khoe
      on July 31, 2014


      Ok. To be honest I only know of the use of kinetic energy in analogue watches, but that was years ago.
      And those watches had/have a much smaller energy demand.


    12. Noeleen Creator on July 30, 2014

      Hi Robert,
      The Photo type is mine and that is exactly how it will look when made.The battery life would be 7-8 hours and how kinetic energy works is the same for watches. I have attached an example on the site, but I still have to discussed this technique fully with an expert electronic engineer who is going to make StopMee that's why I am seeking funding.

    13. Robert Khoe
      on July 30, 2014


      This Kickstarter is to get your prototype made, right? But you must already have ideas about the following.

      What is the capacity of the battery? Will kinetic energy be able to do all you list?
      Would be awesome ...

      It has to be paired to a smartwatch I guess. What platforms are you planning to support?
      Any special technical specifications? Which version of Bluetooth, for example?

    14. Noeleen Creator on July 28, 2014

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