Put those grocery bags to use with this strange chair

by Chris

One thing I hate when getting back from the grocery store is that I’m left with half a dozen plastic bags. I know that they have other uses, so I have a small stash of them, however, most get tossed in the trash. My wife has been considering picking up some reusable bags because they are more environmentally-friendly. I’m inclined to agree with her. However, another solution would be to …

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Benkatine Turbine Makes Energy While You Flush

by Mark R

Benkatine Turbine

Sometimes I have to wonder if there is a limit to eco-friendly gadgets that try to save as much energy as possible. For example, the Benkatine Turbine: a device from Leviathan Energy that allows you to generate electricity when you flush the toilet. The device works using the principles of hydroelectric power. In other words, water flows in (or, in the case of flushing, out) a turbine fan spins, and …

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Backpacker’s Diary Concept PC

by Mark R

Backpackers Diary Concept PC

For those of you who have that dream of backpacking through Europe, you might want to take something to blog your experience. The Backpacker’s Diary is a PC concept that is made to be more durable and flexible, specifically designed for outdoor usage.

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Solar Powered Tiki Light

by Edwin

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The Solar Powered Tiki Light will definitely be a welcome addition to any garden, beautifying it without all the adverse effects of using oil. Environmentally friendly-no wasteful electricity needed, no burning lamp oil to pollute the air. Light automatically comes on at dusk and casts a realistic, flickering glow. Bamboo pole adjusts from 39″ to 59″ high. Individual purchases retail for $19.99, while buying two or more will cost $18.99 …

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Green Cell battery concept

by Edwin

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I would say that many people who already own cell phones would probably have gone through a fair number of handsets in their entire lifetime. After all, I am already in my fifth cell phone today, changing one every couple of years or so. Well, what do you normally do with those old handsets and their batteries? Chances are you would have thrown it away without giving much though, and …

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Solar Wall Lights

by Edwin

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Ah, renewable energy. I could definitely make do with these Solar Wall Lights, as they not only beautify my home in the evening but they prevent folks from stumbling over while making their way up the stairs. Just hang these compact lights along outdoor steps, or on walls, fences or fence posts—anywhere you need to see better. When fully charged, the white energy-saving LEDs come on automatically at dusk to …

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Two-way Crank Radio is perfect for camping and hiking trips

by Chris

Two-way Crank Radio

Have you ever been camping and decided to go on a long hike, only to discover your walkie-talkie batteries are dead, leaving you without any means of communication? We all know cell phones are pretty much useless anywhere that’s good for hiking, so you’re stuck with a pair of walkie-talkies. Wouldn’t it be great if someone created a set that charged up via a hand crank? Don’t worry, they already …

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PowerMonkey Charger

by Edwin

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If you hate to end up with a dead gadget just because there is no power outlet in the immediate vicinity, then the PowerMonkey Charger might be just what the doctor ordered. PowerMonkey is a sleek little gadget that provides hours of extra power for portable devices. Think of it as a back-up battery that, once charged, holds its power without leakage for up to a year. Simply plug it …

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