K-TOR Pocket Socket 2


You know something? Each time the brand name K-TOR comes across my mind, all I can think of is actually KOTOR, which happens to be short for Knights Of The Old Republic, which happens to be one of those Star Wars titles that only fanboys will be able to appreciate. Well, K-TOR so happens to be under our radar this time around, which is why I have started to get flashbacks of KOTOR, but I will do my utmost best to put those aside and concentrate on just what the K-TOR Pocket Socket 2 is able to deliver to the masses.

For starters, you are able to more or less tell that the Pocket Socket 2 has something to do with charging capabilities. It makes perfect sense, after all, K-TOR happens to be a designer and manufacturer of portable power generators, so the second generation release of the Pocket Socket hand crank generator has been named the Pocket Socket 2, which is definitely far from being inspiring by any means. The Pocket Socket 2 is a highly affordable human powered generator, where it boasts of a standard outlet interface that is capable of delivering backup energy and emergency power to a wide range of electronic devices.

After all, you can never quite tell just when a blackout is going to happen, and it makes perfect sense to be prepared at all times, so having the Pocket Socket 2 right by your bedside is always a good idea. There is the patented technology within the Pocket Socket 2 (in addition to the other K-TOR portable generators, of course) that enable the efficient conversion of human energy into a 120 volt power source. Just what are some of the other devices that the Pocket Socket 2 is able to charge? We are looking at smartphones, tablets, GPS equipment, handheld radios, digital cameras, and medical equipment among others. The Pocket Socket 2 can be yours for $64.95 a pop.

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