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This collection of power gadgets will make sure your gadgets are juiced up next time you go for camping.

Flamestower: The Flamestower is a compact device that uses a thermoelectric generator to recharge your smartphone, camera, GPS or any other USB-connected device while you cook your food.

BioLite BaseCamp Stove: The BioLite BaseCamp uses branches or small pieces of firewood to work. It transforms heat into useable electricity via a thermoelectric generator. It provides 5W of electricity via a standard USB port. You can cook your meals and recharge devices all at the same time.

Kraftwerk: Kraftwerk is your very own portable power plant; this innovative handheld recharger is capable of powering your gadgets (supported by the USB standard like smartphones, cameras, flashlights, and more) when you are off-grid. Its one filling provides energy to recharge an iPhone 11 times. You can refuel Kraftwerk with campinggas.

Hydropak Power Generator: This Hydropak system uses water-activated cartridges. It supplies hydrogen-generated electricity to devices like portable lights, laptops and small appliances via an AC outlet or two USB sockets.

Fogo: This smart flashlight features a built-in GPS, digital compass, an accelerometer, 2-way radio, text enabled, USB recharger and more. It connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth. It allows you to connect with your friends via text message, built-in walkie-talkie, and sharing your location and other data.

HydroWind: It’s a cool outdoor camping electricity generating device that uses water to generate hydroelectricity.

Strongvolt: This smart recharger features solar tracking technology that provides constant recharge for your iPhone, iPad and Android devices.Portable Power: It’s a portable, compact, and lightweight outdoor power station that can be placed on any standard fuel canisters. It’s not a thermoelectric generator; it uses fuelcells to make electricity that can be used to recharge cameras, smartphones, GPS units, water purification devices, lighting and more.Portable Wind Turbine Recharger: Its a portable wind turbine that comes with 15000mAh capacity, a 15W generator and a USB port, it recharges your gadgets. It becomes a wind turbine charger with three blades when stretched.

Suncache: The Suncache is a flexible solar recharger that can recharge multiple devices directly using solar energy, store power away for the future use or perform both functions simultaneously.

Power Pump Recharger: It’s basically a foot pump, you need to connect it to your mobile phone to recharge; it works by the pump passing air to a recharger that features a turbine, and this turbine then spins and transforms the energy into power.Powerpot: Its a portable electric generator that doubles as a cooking vessel; Powerpot transforms the heat you make from any heat source into electricity, using a technology called thermoelectric power generation. You can recharge any USB device (smartphones, digital cameras, lights, head lamps, radios, water purifiers, GPS, and more).Arka Lantern and Flashlight: The Arka is a compact lantern/flashlight that also works as a portable recharging station for any USB-compatible device such as smartphones, cameras, GPS, and more.Lighthouse 250 Lantern: The Goal Zero Lighthouse 250 Lantern provides 250 lumens of bright light. It can be recharged via USB, solar or handpower. It also features a built-in USB port to recharge your handheld devices.Spor: Spor is world’s most open and customizable solar recharger and power system that recharges multiple devices at once and as fast as a wall outlet. It can be recharged by an outlet or passively via the solar energy. Other Posts:
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