POWER PRACTICAL PowerPot VSay hello to the next generation of making electricity. Power Practical's PowerPot V converts the heat from your camp stove directly into power that will power up your mobile devices as it boils water.
- 1.4L (46 oz.) hard anodized aluminum pot doubles as a thermoelectric generator to convert heat into DC electrical power
- Integrated solid-state voltage regulator provides up to 5 watts of power to charge your high-tech devices while boiling water
~ In most cases, PowerPot will start to generate power within 10 seconds of applying heat; maximum power is typically reached within 60 seconds
~ To achieve maximum power, start with the coldest water possible and periodically replace boiling water with cool water
- PowerPot V comes equipped with a standard USB (5V) port, making it compatible with most mobile electronics
- Included cable consists of three feet of heavy-duty, flame-resistant wire
- Perfect for use in a campground, in the backcountry, or even at home if you lose power
- PowerPot V will charge cell phones, GPS units, iPods, and Li-ion batteries; can also run speakers, lights, fans, and other low-power USB appliances
- Includes a USB 5 LED light, a surprisingly bright light (25 lumens) perfect for illuminating the campsite or reading in bed
- Dimensions: 4.5 x 4.5 in. without lid, 4.5 x 7 in. with lid
- Generator output: 5W max; 1 Amp max at 5V (DC)
- In the box: PowerPot V, bowl/lid, 5V USB regulator, and a USB 5 LED light
- Weight: 12.1 oz. (345 g) pot only; 19.5 oz. (554 g) with lid and cord
POWER PRACTICAL PowerPot V
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- Needs Heat
- Backup For Solar
- Charging smartphones
Comments about Liberty POWER PRACTICAL PowerPot V:
This product is one of a kind. I got one as a gift from my girlfriend last year and was pretty skeptical at first seeing the package. After running my first test I was sold, this thing puts out a lot of power especially when used on a small stove with concentrated burn. I've been able to charge all of my USB devices, my iphone, headlamp and my GPS.
I threw it on a healthy open-pit fire and I was very impressed that the cord didn't melt! ; ) That was one of my first worries when using over an open flame. I would like to buy another in the future.
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