Fuel Cell Power — Move over batteries… the Hydrogen Reactor from Brunton uses tiny screw-in fuel cells to make electricity. Oxygen and hydrogen are the initiators to the clean, electron-grabbing process. Hydrogen reacts with air when the fuel cell is engaged, creating enough power to charge five iPhones, Brunton states.
The hydrogen cells equal the same power output as 30+ AAA batteries. The company explains, “To operate, users lock a hydrogen core into the device’s fuel cell. Once powered on, the solid-state hydrogen converts to gas power and issues a 5v 2amp output.” It plugs into USB-compatible devices and will cost $149.99.
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