fact: you cannot claim that you have seen the biggest flashlight until you see the Rechargeable Spotlight & Power Pack. judging from the above image, you can’t really tell how big this device, which measures 15-3/4″ x 11-1/2″ x 12″ (about 40 x 29 x 30 cm), is until you have seen the image below.
unless your smartphone or tablet can assist you to get out of trouble such as breaking a window during an emergency, or fight off an assailant, you are going to need a separate tool to do the job and since you probably will be carrying a pen, then why not grab one that smashes glass too? like the Gerber Impromptu Tactical Pen (#31-001880)?
and we thought hydrogen-based portable charging device has dropped off the chart. well, apparently it hasn’t. the Brunton Hydrogen Reactor Portable Power Pack is just one of them and it is one handy off-the-grid power supply for those who prefer not to put their mobile devices to the risk of fire, or extreme heat.
planning to stay off the grid for a while? then we suggest you check out this handsome little outdoor gadget called the Lighthouse 250 Lantern and USB Power Hub by Goal Zero. yes. it is a lantern and yes, it is a pretty good looking one. apart from the obvious like providing up to 48 hours of 250 lumen of lighting when fully charged, this nifty
solar charging for times where you have to be off the grid is totally awesome. however, there’s just one little problem: the sun don’t always stay where it is which means the solar panel won’t be getting the most out of what the sun has to offer. with the SunSocket Sun-Tracking Solar Generator, you don’t have worry
what do you need in time of emergencies? for us, our list goes as such: a flashlight for navigating in lowlight condition, a radio to listen in to emergency broadcast (and keeping ourselves sane at the same time), and perhaps, a charger to keep our mobile devices juiced. instead of having separate items to cover the
if i were overly obsessed about my gadgets running out of juice, i would most certainly have with me (1) the whole charger, (2) at least a portable battery, and (3) a K-TOR Pocket Socket 2 Hand Crank Generator. the ‘whole charger’ for situations where i have access to wall outlets and the portable battery (or batteries) for situations where
you must be thinking: ‘hails? nah. we are safe in this part of the world!’ well, we got bad news for you, dude. the world’s climate is totally screwed and nowhere is any safer these days. damn. even Thailand suffers from projectiles fired off from the sky every now and so, don’t be surprised when Mother Nature decides
remember the uber cool electric-powered bodyboard, Kymera? well, it might be a dream no more for those who are game enough to give it a go and have at least $2,500 to throw. the folks behind this awesome who-needs-the-wave-anyway bodyboard has taken it to Kickstarter, seeking your support to make it a reality.
portable batteries aka portable chargers for small gadgets are a dime a dozen but one that has enough oomph for your laptop is far and few between, let alone one that you can juiced up (and re-juiced) without having you spending a single cent. the Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Recharging Kit happens