PowerPot Thermoelectric Generator

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We first featured the PowerPot Thermoelectric Generator last year when the designers behind the ingenious concept were looking for funding on Kickstarter. After a successful run on the crowd sourced site, the product has officially hit the retail scene.

For those of you unfamiliar with the PowerPot, it’s most certainly a must having camping gadget. The device is a thermoelectric generator, converting heat sources directly into power that can be used to charge any USB device from smartphones to GPS systems. Place the pot over any heat source, plug the fire-resistant charging cable in, and you’ve got power. This thing was designed to work in harsh conditions, so expect nothing but top notch quality from the 5W pot. You can purchase yours today from Think Geek.

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