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When the green LED light illuminates, you can start charging your gadget of choice.
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Power Practical's PowerPot V can charge your small devices on a variety of different heating surfaces.
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The fire-resistant cable channels electricity from PowerPot to your gadget.
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PowerPot V has a 1-quart capacity and a 5-watt output.
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PowerPot charges many devices at full speed.
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You can add a 0.3-watt 60 lumen USB LED light as an accessory.
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You can charge cameras, smartphones, tablets, and more.
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PowerPot V comes with multiple adapters to accommodate different gadgets.
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PowerPot V also comes with a combo lid-bowl-skillet for cooking things that don't require boiled water.
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PowerPot V makes a lot of sense for outdoor use, since it can be heated over a campfire.
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The thermoelectric modules are protected by an aluminum bottom plate.
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PowerPot in action.
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Everything fits snugly in the included mesh storage bag.
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