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Brunton Hydrogen Reactor - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
Brunton Hydrogen Reactor - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
Brunton Hydrogen Reactor - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
$149.98

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Brunton Hydrogen Reactor

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Simply lock the Hydrogen Core fuel into the Hydrogen Reactor™ to power USB devices like smartphones, tablet computers, UV water purifiers, rechargeable lights, portable game consoles, GPS transceivers and more.
Live Swappable Energy – Just exchange empty for full and keep charging without waiting, ideal for disaster readiness; solid state with no natural discharge.
  • Environmentally Safe – No toxic chemicals. Recharged from water.
  • Hydrogen Power – Lock rechargeable Hydrogen Core to Hydrogen Reactor for hours of power off-the-grid and on-the-go
  • 2 Hydrogen Cores – Each is Capable of 6 iPhone recharges; 5v 2amp output
INCLUDES 2 HYDROGEN CORES Equal to 30+ AA Batteries
SPECS – 13.5 x 7.3 x 3.4 cm; 146g Reactor, 242g with Hydrogen Core; Solid state with no natural discharge.
OUTPUT – Standard USB

 

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Neat device, cool technology, but really only useful to a few people.

This is a really cool device and I like it, but I doubt I would buy it again if I had it to do over again, simply because 99% of the time, other technology works just as well or better for a fraction of the price. That being said, this device and a half dozen cartridges can keep a cell phone charged for a week or so without having to plug in anywhere, which can definitely be handy. Here is a quick rundown of the pros and cons:

Pros:
- Great for long trips (like those long flights that don't provide power)
- Great if recharging/solar isn't an option ( camping in Alaska?)
- Really cool technology

Cons:
- Expensive
- Re-charging requires addition (expensive) equipment
- Device must be positioned upright on a flat surface to work
- Dosn't play nice with Apple devices
- No "auto-off" function