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The iPhone Charger That Uses Fire To Repower

The iPhone Charger That Uses Fire To Repower

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

Don Michael Acelar De Leon

 

After previously coveringĀ 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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