Ampy: Ampy transforms the kinetic energy when you move and turns it into power to recharge iPhones, Android phones, and any other USB-powered device.
Flamestower: The Flamestower is a compact device that uses a thermoelectric generator to recharge your smartphone, camera, GPS or any other USB-connected device while you cook your food.
Powerpot: Its a portable electric generator that doubles as a cooking vessel; Powerpot transforms the heat you make from any heat source into electricity, using a technology called thermoelectric power generation. You can recharge any USB device (smartphones, digital cameras, lights, head lamps, radios, water purifiers, GPS, and more).
Eton FRX3 Handpowered Recharger: FRX3 is a solar and winding powered AM, FM, weather radio with clock. It also features a built-in USB smart phone recharger.
HydroWind: It's a cool outdoor camping electricity generating device that uses water to generate hydroelectricity.
Chargeboard: This innovative skateboard produces energy when you skate and stores it so you can recharge your gadgets later. It features two dynamos in the rear axles that generate 6V that is changed back to 5V current and gets stored in to a powerbox.
Kinetic Recharger: The Kinetic Recharger designed by design student Toby Blake uses your own footsteps to recharge your gadgets.
Solarmonkey Adventurer Solar Recharger: The Solarmonkey Adventurer recharger from Powertraveller stores enough energy to recharge your mobile phone two to three times. It can recharge most of your gadgets like iPhones, iPads, iPods, smartphones and other 5v gadgets such as portable gadgets, handheld GPS systems, e-readers, and more.
BioLite BaseCamp Stove: The BioLite BaseCamp uses branches or small pieces of firewood to work. It transforms heat into useable electricity via a thermoelectric generator. It provides 5W of electricity via a standard USB port. You can cook your meals and recharge devices all at the same time.
Zegna Solar Jacket: The jacket looks stylish and has solar panels on the upper sleeves, that powers up a heating device inside the jacket to keep you warmer. Apart from this it can also recharge your small devices like smartphones or iPods.
Spor: Spor is world's most open and customizable solar recharger and power system that recharges multiple devices at once and as fast as a wall outlet. It can be recharged by an outlet or passively via the solar energy.
Strongvolt: This smart recharger features solar tracking technology that provides constant recharge for your iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
Solarpod Pyxis: This portable USB recharger refills your phone 3 times with only 4½ hours of solar light.
Kraftwerk: Kraftwerk is your very own portable power plant; this innovative handheld recharger is capable of powering your gadgets (supported by the USB standard like smartphones, cameras, flashlights, and more) when you are off-grid. Its one filling provides energy to recharge an iPhone 11 times. You can refuel Kraftwerk with campinggas.
Hydropak Power Generator: This Hydropak system uses water-activated cartridges. It supplies hydrogen-generated electricity to devices like portable lights, laptops and small appliances via an AC outlet or two USB sockets.
Solar Powered Tent: This concept tent will allow campers to keep in touch and power their essential camping gadgets. It's based on the concept of weaving specially coated solar threads into conventional fabric to maximize the solar efficiency. Using this technology to the fullest extent, it has three directional glides that can be moved throughout the day to collect the optimum amount of energy. Apart from this, there is a central wireless control hub that shows the energy generated and used, and provides a wireless Internet signal. All information is displayed on a flexible, touchscreen display screen. Integrated into the hub is a wireless recharging pocket that powers smartphones and handheld devices via magnetic induction. And you can find your tent by sending it an SMS message or using RFID technology to make it glow.
Solar Recharging Kit with Inverter: The Sherpa 50 Solar Recharging Kit with Inverter by Goal Zero is compact, lightweight and has a rugged design; it powers your laptop and other gadgets and can be expanded as per your recharging needs.
Voltmaker: The Voltmaker is a small and compact rapid kinetic electricity generator inspired by a ratchet system; ideal for hikers and those who are constantly on the move. It generates a steady source of energy for your smartphone, flashlight or GPS and more.
Solar Camera Strap: This camera strap comes integrated with solar panels that will recharge your camera.
Wakawaka Base: This portable solar power kit can recharge multiple phones or an entire week of light with a single day of solar light.
Electropack: The Electropack from Soot is a transforming bag system that is capable of recharging your mobile devices for up to two weeks off the grid.
Monolith: The Monolith skateboard comes with in-wheel motors, swappable portable power source, USB port to recharge your remote and power pack through a single wall outlet. Using its USB Connect you can recharge your gadgets, has top speed of 24 mph, range up to10 miles, Bluetooth connectivity, and is weatherproof. Using its app you can view power level, adjust settings, and optimize performance.
Portable Solar Rechargers: These solar rechargers come in three sizes and a five-pronged USB cable allows you to recharge up to four gadgets simultaneously. Once you are done, the rechargers can be folded for easy storage and portability.
Self-Powered Recharger: This self-powered recharger features a powerful built-in generator, 2,300 mAh of power, gives power to your devices no matter where you are.
Solar Powered Cargo Pants: The solar powered cargo pants by Silvr Lining comes with solar panels on each side and USB connection that powers your portable gadgets.
Sunstrap: Sunstrap is a flexible solar panel that can be attached to your backpack, purse, golf bag, computer bag, and even your bike and it recharges any USB device such as, your smartphone, camera, GPS and more.
Portable Wind Turbine Recharger: Its a portable wind turbine that comes with 15000mAh capacity, a 15W generator and a USB port, it recharges your gadgets. It becomes a wind turbine charger with three blades when stretched.
Sunjack Solar Recharger: It can recharge 8 iPhones or 1.4 iPads with only 5 hours of solar light.
Suncache: The Suncache is a flexible solar recharger that can recharge multiple devices directly using solar energy, store power away for the future use, or perform both functions simultaneously.
Granola Strolla: The Granola Strolla portable solar USB recharger is a plug and play device that recharges USB devices, just as fast as a wall recharger.
Solarade: Solarade's recharging speed is said to be at par with wall recharger.
Solar Powered Window Socket: Designed by Kyuho Song and Boa, the window socket can be attached to any window and is powered by solar energy; best suited for usage in plane, car, and outdoors.
Ray: Attach it to a window or your car's windscreen, it recharges your electronic gadgets.
Solar Vox Ultra Solar Recharger: Designed by E Botzen of Botzen Design, the Solar Vox Ultra is designed like a flower, with a solar panel in the center, and petal-like panels surrounding it.
Yoyo Mobile Phone Recharger: To make it work you need to spin it and the inbuilt dynamo transforms the energy to generate electricity.
Crankerator: The Crankerator can recharge most of the smartphones and other gadgets via USB cable. It comes with a micro USB cable so you can recharge it via your notebook or wall socket, before you are good to go.
Solarrolls: The device consists of flexible solar power panels and uses solar power to recharge laptops, smartphones, cameras, and more.
Datexx Superbattery: It powers up your smartphone for hours of talk time. In addition, it comes with built-in generator to give second source of unlimited power.
Alppac Backpack: This backpack was created to generate a substantial amount of electricity to power gadgets; it works using the load mechanism that utilizes the existing weight of the backpack to produce electrical energy. It's designed for those who are looking for an alternative way to power up their gadgets while hiking or similar other activities.
Voltaic Solar Backpack: If you are among those who cant be away from smartphone/mp3/camera and always looking out to keep your gadget at its peak usage level, then this is something which is sure going to impress you.
Multi-Purpose Solar Recharger Backpack: Here we have another green gadget design to recharge most of your gadgets from notebooks, to smart phones, and majority of USB gadgets.
Birksun Solar Backpacks: These solar backpacks use solar energy to recharge your gadgets.
Solar Jacket by Indarra DTX: The solar jacket from Indarra comes with a dismountable and semi-flexible solar panel; it stores the power and can also power your personal devices like smartphones, iPods, MP3 players, PDAs, digital cameras and more. More importantly it comes with a stabilizer that allows you to adjust the output voltage.
Solar Powered Sunglasses: The lenses of these sunglasses collect energy and are able to power your portable electronic gadgets.
Solar Recharger Beach Tote: This solar recharger beach tote is designed to be used on beaches; its capable of recharging your smartphone, GPS, MP3 players and many more portable gadgets.
Solar Powered Tie: It's an invention of Iowa State University, it has a pocket to hold your gadgets while they get energized.
Noon Solar Bags: These Noon Solar Bags feature integrated flexible solar panel which powers up a portable power source that stores the power and recharges your smartphone, iPods, and other gadgets.
Solar Vest: This is a cool combination of fashion and technology. Its a solar power station to keep your smartphone, portable media player, notebook computer, digital camera, and other portable gadgets fully powered while you are working outdoors.
Reva Bags: This stylish handbag uses solar energy to recharge your gadgets, anytime, anywhere.
Globetrotter Backpack Kit: The solar globetrotter kit recharges your gadgets using solar power.
Power Pump Recharger: It's basically a foot pump, you need to connect it to your mobile phone to recharge; it works by the pump passing air to a recharger that features a turbine, and this turbine then spins and transforms the energy into power.
Solar Window Recharger: This cool solar recharger sticks to your window and recharges your gadgets.
Kneemounted Power Generator: This kneemounted power generator recharges your MP3 player by transforming the kinetic energy into electric power.
Kinetic Suitcase: This trolley suitcase utilizes the kinetic energy generated from its wheels and transforms it and stores it, which can be used for recharging your gadget.
Kinetic Energy Ankleband: The Kinetic Energy Ankleband is a device to store energy by just moving; doing sports, exercise, dance or just walking.
Portable Power: It's a portable, compact, and lightweight outdoor power station that can be placed on any standard fuel canisters. It's not a thermoelectric generator; it uses fuelcells to make electricity that can be used to recharge cameras, smartphones, GPS units, water purification devices, lighting and more.
nPower Personal Energy Generator: This small device uses the kinetic energy of your walking and turns it into electricity. It can recharge most of the smartphones, MP3 players, handheld devices, GPS, digital cameras, and more.
Kinetic Energy: This Kinetic Energy recharger designed by Soledad Martin, straps onto a shoe and while your walk, jog, or hike the kinetic energy you generate from your activity gets transferred into stored power. And when you need to juice up gadgets, just attach the USB cable from the device to recharge them.
Biolite Stove: Biolite portable stove cooks using the twigs you collect on your journey and it transforms heat from the fire into usable electricity; and it comes with a USB port for recharging your smartphone and other gadget.
Portable Electric Skateboard: It's a portable and lightweight electric skateboard with top speed of 21 km/h and a range of 10 km, comes with USB port to recharge your gadgets and is Bluetooth smart.
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If you are among those who can't live without your gadgets while out enjoying the nature or traveling or for any other reason, these smart gadgets are here to juice them up off-grid.