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Bike and/or solar power may not be the best ways to charge up during cold, dark nights. Enter the K-TOR Pocket Socket, a portable hand-cranked power generator that churns out 10 watts of power at 120V to any US outlet-compatible device. Weighing less than a pound and roughly the size of a water bottle, the charger caters to both left- and right-handed survivalists with a crank that works clockwise and counterclockwise. The generator can charge popular gadgets like radios, tablets, e-readers, and even AA and AAA battery chargers to keep flashlights burning, too.

Originally posted by Dane Carlson on August 8, 2014 in Inventions.

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