July 2, 2010

Solar Swimming Pool Rings

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These 5' Sun Rings float atop your swimming pool's surface and each one generates up to 21,000 BTUs during the day while reducing evaporation at night. Because each ring attaches by magnets, they can easily disconnect for various shaped pools.

Via Swimming Pool Rings

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June 28, 2010

LG Solar Hybrid Air Conditioner

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LG's new hybrid air conditioner uses solar energy to supplement its power supply. Producing 28,000 BTUs, the free-standing F-Q232LASS produces up to 70 watts of power per hour. The result is that it can reduce about 212kg of CO2 over a decade, the equivalent of growing about 800 pine trees.

Via Fareast Gizmos

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June 16, 2010

EPRI Crawler Inspects Lines and Cables

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This cable crawler, still in the prototype stage, was designed to move along power lines and seek out any problems or tree overgrowth. Designed by the Electric Power Research Institute, the 6 foot long robot is equipped with cameras and sensors. While it mainly runs on electricity from the wire it runs through, it has a back-up solar power system, which should come in handy when the bugger isn't easily accessible.

Via Technology Review

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June 11, 2010

UFO Solar Balloon

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Inflate this UFO Solar Balloon with air, attach a line and, if the sun is shining, will rise. The thermodynamic balloon is 10 feet long and 2 feet wide. It comes with a 60" tether and instructions.

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June 2, 2010

Infinit Solar Bags Fit Most Small Electronics

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Infinit's new line of Solar Charging Bags combine an integrated solar panel and high-capacity internal battery. Only 3 - 4 hours of sun are needed to power up your smartphone, portable game system, GPS device, cellphone or iPod. For a limited time, they are including a free bike phone holder with every bag purchase. Each bag is available for £89.99, (~$130.00.)

Via Infinit

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May 28, 2010

Eton Scorpion Solar Radio

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The Eton Scorpion is a multi-use device for travelers, campers and those who fear the end of the world. It features an AM/FM digital radio with weather band, an 3 LED, USB phone charger, torch and bottle opener. Recharge by the sun now and, should doomsday arrive, you can hand crank. The Scorpion is splashproof, has a rugged exterior and an aluminum carabineer for attaching.

Via Eton

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May 21, 2010

Solar Bluetooth Car Kit for Hands Free Calls

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The IOGear Solar Bluetooth Car Kit will allow you to make hands-free calls and should appease all local laws and Oprah. A full charge provides between 11 and 13 hours of talk time with the added bonuses of echo cancellation and noise reduction. Usable for two phones at the same time, the kit comes with a windshield and visor mounting bracket.

Via IOGear Solar Bluetooth Car Kit


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May 17, 2010

Hammacher Solar Speaker

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Leave it to Hammacher Schlemmer to come up with almost anything. This time it is a Solar Speaker with a rechargeable lithium battery. Housed in an aluminum and rubberized body, it features two 5W full-range speakers, a headphone jack and input line. Three hours of charging provides an hour of use. At a size of 6 3/4 x 11 ¾ x 3 1/2", it works with most iPods, iPhones and MP3 players and can be plugged into AC on gloomy days. The solar speaker and its remote are available for $199.95.

Via Hammacher Schlemmer

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May 14, 2010

ClimateWell Solar Air Conditioners

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Eco-Kinetics has introduced ClimateWell Solar Air Conditioners that will certainly help you deal with the heat less monetarily this summer. Each unit produces 10 kW of power with only 10W of electricity. An LCD control panel acts as control. The company says that their ACs are good for housing, commercial buildings and industrial applications.

Via Eco-Kinetics

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April 30, 2010

Ripe Radish Glows and Grows

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Radishes may not be our favorite vegetables, but we are thinking that the bunnies that frequent our backyard may mistake them for the real thing. Designed by Arthur Xin, the "Ripe Radish" collects energy by day and glows red during the night. It also doubles as a flowerpot so that you can grow the real thing.

Via Yanko

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