My friends over at Camp Trend, Mark and Nives, do some amazing story telling with stills and video as they capture camp life one camp site at a time. They traded-in super schnazzy careers in New York City in exchange for a nomadic lifestyle. Home is now a Chevy Silverado HD, and a base camper they designed and built from the axel up. No plans, no engineering experience. Just old fashioned American Grit. Yes, it still goes a long way.
Here’s what they had to say about the Power Pot:
The Power Pot from Power Practical is a convenient tool for those wanting to take part in today’s “new generation” of camping.
As mobile devices become a permanent fixture among gear inventories, the Power Pot solves the electricity obstacle by relying on two important natural elements: Fire & Water.
The formula is simple:
- Add Water
- Place Power Pot over heat
- Charge USB device within seconds
- Use hot water to make backpacking meals, or a cup of tea
The Power Pot uses thermoelectric engineering and hard anodized aluminum to create electricity from the heat of the boiling water.
” THE POWER POT SOLVES THE ELECTRICITY OBSTACLE BY RELYING ON TWO IMPORTANT NATURAL ELEMENTS: FIRE & WATER”
In fact, the device takes no more than 30 seconds to start charging and powers at the same speed as if it were plugged into a home outlet (10 min charge = appx 60 min talk time).
For the average camper, convenience and utility are this product’s two greatest assets. For backpackers/off-the-grid type adventurists, the Power Pot ensures to never get stuck without a power source while providing a compact weather and fire resistant utensil – did we mention the lid acts as a sufficient bowl and cup too?
In a world where battery technology is becoming ever more important, the Power Pot is a leading product that helps modernize the outdoor lifestyle. The pioneered design and performance of the Power Pot costs
$149 $99, but hey, it could be the last time you’ll ever need to pay for power.