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Showing off the Power Practical PowerPot V
Hi every time I meg installer for CNET appliances here with a review.
Of power practical power --
Power pot is a twelve pounds thermal electric generator that you can take on the go or use it sounds it can work on propane butane campfire gas electric sounds pretty much anything ever need it.
So how it works is you add water put it on your heat source of choice and then it'll -- gadgets for --
Your phone your camera -- pretty much anything an iPod. Whatever you want.
I think it's really needed as a five watt output it and -- small appliances it'll charge at full speed.
And -- you're charging your finances you can also be making coffee tea or cooking dinner.
This could work in an emergency preparedness kit but I think it's really best for camp and it could be a lot of fun and -- -- witnessed it connected -- dollars.
So you like gadgets and the outdoors this is a great product back.
Thanks for watching and make similar interests and appliances mrs. figured -- out power tackles are.
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