Wayv Adventurer Portable Microwave

May 23, 2016

Category: Tech

In case you’ve ever found yourself at the campsite thinking about how tasty a T.V dinner would be right about now, you’re in luck. The Wayv’s Adventurer is here to solve all your re-heated food needs. As a portable microwave, take it literally anywhere you go and a hot meal is just a push of a button away.

Each portable microwave weights in at just under three pounds and measures about 12-inches long by 5-inches wide. These highly packable dimensions allow it to be stored without issue in a backpack, or bear bag. The battery lasts up to 30 minutes, equivalent to six warm meals or drinks, and recharges with a simple power outlet. You’ll also be pleased to know that the Adventurer works with solar panels as well. Gotta go green, right? On a loftier note, Wayv’s hopes this product will one day be used for military and humanitarian purposes, but for now let’s just think about how delicious that Hungry Man dinner will taste next to the campfire. [Purchase]

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