The unique kiosks were launched next to the Canary Wharf tube station and opened for just one minute at 2:58 pm - the time when people need it the most!
Ever connected your cell phone to charge it and wondered 'if only I could do this with myself'? You know how it is – it's been a taxing week, the climate's deteriorating outside, the day is hauling and the clock is by all accounts endlessly slowing down! The mid-evening droop hits hard and you've as of now maximized on caffeine for the day!
All things considered, quit your grieving, as the world's first 'human charging point' was launched in an offer to give workers a lift when they need it most. The booths were launched by Canary Wharf tube station in London and were open for only one minute, beginning at 2:58 pm – the time workers apparently need a break the most.
Every Human Charging Point contains earphones to allow you to take one moment from your day before making a beeline for work. As per research directed to coincide with the launch, 85 percent of Brits state they face a respite toward the evening – and more than one-in-four state that chocolate is the thing that gets them through the evening droop.
Accordingly, free Cadbury's Boosts were given away, accompanied by guests being 'supercharged' with astuteness and persuasive talks from Capital FM's Roman Kemp.
Speaking about the event, Roman said, "I have to get up ridiculously early for my radio show, so I know more about the afternoon lull more than the average person. And Cadbury Boost is the perfect way to make the most out of your afternoon."
"If you are facing the lull then get yourself down to the Cadbury charging points at Canary Wharf for a much-needed boost," he added. Richard Weisinger, Senior Brand Manager at Mondelēz International who owns Cadbury, said, "Most of us experience the afternoon lull, which is the time of the day we could do with a boost the most."
"We know people want to feel re-energized – physically or emotionally – so we wanted to do something to help them take on the rest of their day. We’re looking forward to seeing Londoners come down for some much-needed boost-time, and to try our new Boost + Protein," he added. However, in case you're stressed over what the chocolate may do to you health-wise, worry not.
An ongoing report has shown – with some restraint, obviously – chocolate is in reality good for your health. Research recommended that expending up to three bars of chocolate a month cuts an individual's danger of heart distress by 13 percent, contrasted with the individuals who avoid the stuff inside and out.
Moreover, Lead researcher, Dr. Chayakrit Krittanawong, of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, said, "Moderate dark chocolate consumption is good for health. However, chocolate may have high levels of saturated fats. Therefore, moderate consumption is recommended."