Use Running Water To Charge Your Phone

Use Running Water To Charge Your Phone

This personal hydroelectric generator powers your devices by harnessing the force of a river

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 24 august 2016

For devices which need some juice during socket-less travels in the great outdoors, South Korean startup Enomad offers a handy solution. The Estream is a portable charger which converts running water into electricity through a rotating turbine. About the size of a water bottle and weighing in at less than two pounds, charging takes roughly 4.5 hours to complete and can sustain the battery life of smartphone or action camera three times over.

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