The Lumen uses your body heat to make light

by Caitlyn

Halloween is just around the corner, which means we’ve been spending the month watching scary movies. Sadly, a common theme is that people are always out of power for their phones, lights, and other electronic devices at just the worst possible time. If you want to make sure you’re never that person, then why don’t you stop relying on electricity? It’s a bit of a tall order, but there are …

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Plane, train, & automobile Solar Backup Battery lets you juice up no matter where you are

by Edwin

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I suppose it is not too wrong to think that the modern buzzword at the moment would be “going green” or being “eco-friendly”. In fact, anything that has four wheels and have the word “hybrid” plastered on it is given the thumbs up, as such vehicles consume far less gas than the average car with a high capacity engine. Well, when it comes to charging up our mobile devices, the …

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UK to work on highways that charge up electric cars on your journey

by Edwin

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Driving an electric car can be quite an unbeatable feeling – you know that you are not burning fossil fuel, which means you are doing your bit for the environment, not to mention that so far, all electric cars that we have seen to date happen to be real sleek in the design department, and you can be sure that they certainly look out of this world, or at least …

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Ecoxgear introduces new rugged portable solutions

by Edwin

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The modern day road warrior will definitely carry his or her fair share of mobile devices, and with this, we do know that at least one of them would be a smartphone, while it is not too far off the mark to say that the other might be a tablet, or perhaps a smartwatch. Having said that, making sure that your mobile devices are well powered all the time can …

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Solar Paper is an interesting idea worth exploring

by Edwin

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The modern day road warrior would be one who carries a fair number of electronic devices – the smartphone is no doubt a staple, but more often than not, a tablet would also follow behind quietly. Others might want to carry around a dedicated GPS navigation device (although that is becoming more and more rare), or perhaps some sort of fitness tracking device, or even wear a smartwatch. The whole …

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Playbulb Garden Solar Lights spruces up your garden at night

by Edwin

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When dusk falls, we humans would definitely need a fair amount of light to get around. Otherwise, we would be literally walking around as though blind. Lights not only offer us a chance to have a look at our surroundings, but also to be able to change the way a place looks – to enhance it, and the works, so to speak. If you are lucky enough to own a …

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The GravityLight 2 – no sun, no problem

by Caitlyn

GravityLight 2

We don’t even think about what we would do if we didn’t have light. Flip a switch or press a button and there is immediately illumination. In places where there is not electrical wiring already in place, you usually have to resort to fire, solar options, or hope that you have a battery that will last you long enough to get to another charging station. Now try to imagine what …

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The Batteriser gives extra life to regular batteries

by Caitlyn

Batteriser

While most gadgets and gizmos are now rechargeable, there was a time where you had to keep batteries handy at all times. Just about everything ran off of them, and they had an extremely limited lifespan. Most batteries have 1.5V of energy, and stop working after getting to 1.3V of remaining power. Obviously you’re losing out on a lot, and if it’s not rechargeable, do you throw it out, or …

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