Great product made in Utah, love mine so far. Have used it 3 times for camping but it is great for an emergency. Used it when the power went out for half the day. Works great and charges my iPhone rea... Show More.lly fast
- Benefits & Description
Benefits & DescriptionGenerates Electricity | USB Charger | Small and Light
• Generate power while boiling water
The PowerPot produces 5 watts electricity while you boil water. The pot will charge any device that has a USB adapter such as cell phones, batteries, lights, speakers, GPS systems and more. • The perfect solar alternative
Solar power is fantastic when the sun is out; unfortunately, the sun does not always shine. The PowerPot is the perfect alternative to solar power as it is portable and easy to use. • Versatile for any situation
Whether you are backpacking for the weekend, preparing for disaster or experiencing a power outage, the PowerPot can go anywhere with you that your small backpacking stove could go. When you are camping or experiencing disaster, having a power source could be the difference between life or death as batteries to your communication devices, lights, and other tools die. Solar power is fantastic when the sun is shining, but solar power can also be expensive to purchase and hard to carry with you in an emergency. The PowerPot will work sunshine or not, the only thing you need to produce electricity is a heat source and water. The pot uses state of the art technology to produce electricity from the most basic of elements. Lightweight, easy to use, portable, and extremely durable, the PowerPot is a must have for any emergency, power outage, or backpacking enthusiast.
The PowerPot is easy to use, simply put water in the pot, place over a heat source, and watch it charge your devices with 5 watts of electricity through a USB adapter. When you are boiling water, if you don't have a device that needs to be charged at that time you can simply charge up the included battery pack to use to later charge your devices. The PowerPot will charge any device that uses a USB adapter. Charge your Smartphone, cell phone, camera, GPS, radio, headlamp, or any other USB device.
The pot is lightweight and easy to throw into any backpack as well. Take one with you on your next backpacking trip, every time you need to boil water for cooking you can either be charging your devices or using the power to charge the included battery pack that can be later used to charge your equipment through the same USB adapter. With the included warranty, you can't go wrong with this purchase
We recommend that only water be used in the PowerPot to achieve optimal power production and lifetime.
- What's In-the-Box?
What's In-the-Box?Cooking (1 PowerPot Bundle:
(1) PowerPot V Thermoelectric Generation System (1) USB cable and adapters (1) Pot Lid/Cup/bowl (1) Mesh storage bag (1) Instructions
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: EC0066 Supply Duration: Indefinite Estimated Shelf Life: Indefinite Brand: Power Practical Dimensions (LxWxH): 6" x 6" x 7.5" Cookware Included: Yes Fuel Type: Compressed, Gas, Liquid, Solid Temperature Controller: No
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- Great product made in Utah, love mine so far. Have used it 3 times for camping but it is great for an emergency. Used it when the power went out for half the day. Works great and charges my iPhone really fast
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