While an outdoor adventure is a great time to switch off from the digital world, the modern mountaineer or connected camper might still want to send some snaps to social media. Battery life usually limits that luxury, but there’s a tent-load of gadgets you could take with you to top up your devices, and now there’s a new one vying for room in your backpack. Seaformatics’ Waterlily is a portable turbine that can harness the power of both wind and water.
Away from the outlet there are plenty of possible power sources, and camping gadgets have found ways to squeeze juice out of the sun, salt water, campfires, wind or flowing rivers. It’s those last two that the Waterlily tucks under its belt, and while we’ve seen several devices do one or the other, not many offer both options. The Powermonkey Expeditiondoes (along with solar and manual power), but it’s a bulky, expensive beast
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