Kinesis K2 – the sun and wind energy

kinesis-k2-chargerKinesis Industries company debut of CES 2009 with the new charger K2, which can be used as a source of electricity. . The device uses the energy of wind and sun to charge the built-in battery.Can be used for mobile phone, camera or player.

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K2 FEATURES

  • 2 in 1 dual charging ability for collecting sun, wind, or both

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  • The largest rechargable battery capacity of its group – ready to use over and over again
  • USB port built in with available adapter tips to charge various devices
  • Stand up, lay down, or hang the K2 – works in any charging environment
  • Always know your power status by LED level indicators with the press of a button
  • Durable, weatherproof design you can take anywhere
  • Storage inside for multiple device adapter tips
  • AC adapter included for pre-charging before you go
  • Utilize the FREE power of the sun and wind now within your reach!

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