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In times of emergency, the HydraCell Cube is designed to work anywhere by simply adding saltwater. Powerlines taken out by a windstorm? Backpacking or camping off the grid? Prepping your bunker for the all-to-certain dissolution of society as we know it? Introducing the HydraCell Cube, the first practical water-activated fuel cell.
One of the biggest frustrations with conventional batteries is when you go to use them they are already dead. Sure, some are rechargeable, but you don’t need a charge in hours. You need power now. You needed to make that call to 911 NOW. You needed a light NOW. With the HydraCell Cube, simply add saltwater and you’ll have power available immediately.
As of May 13th, this project has raised $60,000 of their $32,352 goal. This project has 8 days left to raise as much as it can. For a pledge of $55, you will get one HydraCell cube pack. For a pledge of $105, you will get one HydraCell preparedness pack. To learn more and to pledge money, go to: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1993414184/hydracell?
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