Kraftwerk Portable Power Plant

Feb 13, 2015

Category: Tech

If you’re a battery hog, and increasingly more of us are becoming such creatures, just carrying around a spare battery sometimes isn’t enough. If your power consumption needs are significant, or if you just wanna always have a battery backup, Kraftwerk might be for you.

The innovative types at eZelleron have come up with this fuel cell power generator that runs on standard lighter gas, camping gas or butane, needing only a few seconds to refuel. Just plug in your device and it’s like you’ve tapped into a wall outlet. Turning gas into electricity, Kraftwerk promises to charge up an iPhone up to 11 times on one tank of fuel, and the makers it’s completely safe and comes with a two-year warranty. [Purchase]

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