Power your iPod with vodka

Kit will chug down any alcohol for fuel, albeit diluted first with water, and then distill the cocktail into pure electricity.

Horizon Fuel Cell Bio Energy Discovery Kit
Horizon

Bought one too many duty-free vodkas from the airport and wonder just what to do with the stash? Well, eco-friendly company Horizon has the answer. Not quite in the league of the trash-to-fuel De Lorean in Back to the Future, the Horizon fuel cell Bio-Energy Kit is, after all, only $99.

But it will chug down any alcohol for fuel, albeit diluted first with water, and then distill this cocktail into pure electricity. The makers claim it's good enough to power small devices such as an iPod or a fan nonstop for days. Shipments begin September 5.

Drinkers may consider this a waste of good tipple, but hey, it could just save your liver, not to mention the environment. Bottoms up to that.

(Via Crave Asia)

 

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