The The BioLite KettleCharge is a compact, easy to carry kettle for both the outdoors or during blackouts. Load it with water, put it on the stove and have both hot water and a whopping 10 watts of on-demand power.
Inspired by the outdoors while also keeping you prepared at home, the KettleCharge provides off-grid power and potable water in a matter of minutes. Unlike solar panels, the KettleCharge is ready night or day, and at 10 watts, it will charge USB devices as fast as a wall outlet, even tablets.
An evolution of BioLite’s core thermoelectric technology, the KettleCharge uses the water you boil to produce electricity. It works on a wide range of stoves and serves as a perfect personal-scale generator for your everyday devices. Just fill, heat, charge.
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