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Solar Powered Window Socket

Designers Kyuho Song & Boa Oh have developed the brilliant Window Socket, a portable device intended to enable you to use electricity freely and conveniently in a space restricted in the use of electricity, such as a plane, a car, and outdoors. The Window Socket attaches easily to any window and is charged with solar energy that is then converted into electric energy through a converter. The clever product is currently in concept stage, with the designers looking to improve storage capacity and efficiency, we will keep you posted on future developments. via

Also check out Ray - Solar Powerd Charger




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MULTI-FUNCTION FOLDING SHOVEL

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LOOFTLIGHTER X

The popular tool to light the grill is now cordless! Meet the Looftlighter X - the world´s first battery-powered and all-electric firelighter. The handy tool does not need a cord, delivers 10 ignitions per charge, and will light a fire in 60 seconds. The Cordless wand "fires" a hot airstream speeding up the heating process of your coals. You will also eliminate the chemical taste that comes from using lighter fluid and briquettes. No more waiting for 20 minutes at ...
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DJI Spark Drone

The world´s largest drone manufacturer, DJI, have revealed a $499 miniature-sized personal drone. Weighing in at just over 10 ounces, the Spark is a palm-sized drone with a focus on portability and gesture-controls. It can fly up to 31 mph and be controlled using simple hand gestures (as long as it’s no more than 10 feet away), wave your hand to have move it up or down, right or left and pull it toward or away from you, while a quick gesture that resembles you ta...
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