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PSFK stumbles upon an equally interesting method of charging iPhones in the wilderness.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 16 june 2011

 

After previously covering some interesting devices for charging iPhones, PSFK stumbled upon an equally interesting method of charging iPhones in the wilderness. Enter the Hatsuden-Nabe, a pot with a protruding cable that can be used to charge your iPhone using the heat generated from the pot:

The Hatsuden-Nabe is essentially a pot with a cable coming out of it. When it’s heated up and cooking beans or whatever else you eat while camping, you can plug your phone in to get charged. It takes 3-5 hours to fully charge your phone, which is a long time, but it should provide you with enough juice to get a call out in a pinch, and it’s a good backup plan for emergency situations.

[via DVice]

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