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Estream: The Essential Generator for the Outdoor Man [Review]

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Most men have a passionate desire to be outdoors, learn survival skills, and experiment with really cool outdoor/survival technology.

Here’s something exciting for ‘outdoor men’ this Kickstarter project: the Estream mini-power plant, by Enomad. This device is a portable (13″ tall, and under 2 pounds) water power generator, that will power any USB-driven device: your smartphone, tablet, PC, or GoPro.

How does it work?

It converts any moving water source into stored energy… three turbine blades send power to a generator, which stores that built-up power in a lightweight, powerful lithium-ion battery.

After 4.5 hours of turning in water, it stores enough energy to fully charge up to 3 USB devices (even tablet PC’s).

And to make it even more perfect for the outdoor man:

The translucent cover that protects the blades can be converted into a waterproof lantern (to use underwater, or in the rain). Pretty cool, right?

Now… here’s the best part:

The Estream is over 160% funded on Kickstarter, but the funding period doesn’t end until next Monday, Sept. 12.

So right now, you can get the Estream, plus a duct to protect turbines, cable and peg to secure it underwater, and a free USB cable… but after Sept. 12, you’ll have to pay separately for each of those items.

Click the link to the right to learn more about the project.

Price

$180 @ kickstarter.com

Size

13″ tall

Type

Potable water power generator

Compatability

USB-driven device: smartphone, tablet, PC, or GoPro

About The Author

Graham

Graham is our resident survivalist, EDC master, and expert prepper. He believes that, as the head of his household, he has to be ready for any situation (from big to small). On the weekends, you’ll find him in the great outdoors. He loves camping, offroading, fishing, and hiking with his two boys.

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