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Brunton Hydrogen Reactor Portable Power Pack
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I saw this online. It's a portable hydrogen reactor. $150
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This item is controlled on the U.S. Commerce Control List set forth in the Export Administration Regulations or the U.S. Munitions List set forth in the International Traffic in Arms Regulations, and may require a license or other authorization from the U.S. Government to be exported from the United States. Without limitation, parties purchasing from B&H are solely responsible for determining applicable export licensing requirements and for obtaining any licenses or other authorizations from the appropriate agencies of the U.S. Government that are necessary for exporting the item, such as the U.S. Department of Commerce or the U.S. Department of State .

Product Highlights

■Power Output: 2 Amp
■Standard USB Output
■No Charging Required
■Self-Contained Power Production
■No Chemicals to Pollute the Environment
■Solid-State with No Natural Discharge
■Compact and Lightweight Design
■Includes Two Hydrogen Core Cells

The orange Hydrogen Reactor Portable Power Pack from Brunton is a 2 Amp portable power system that never needs charging. The self-contained unit combines hydrogen from rechargeable cells with oxygen from the atmosphere to generate power. When a cell is discharged, replace it with a full cell and keep charging.

The solid-state design means there is no natural discharge over time, so it is perfect for emergency preparedness. Since it generates power through a chemical process with naturally occurring elements, there are no harmful chemicals or byproducts. The Hydrogen Reactor is an environmentally-friendly way to power tablets, cell phones, GPS units or most small electronics. At 5.3" long and weighing 8.5oz with a hydrogen core, the compact and lightweight design provides power without taking up a lot of space. Additional hydrogen cores and a H2O Hydrolizer core recharger are available.
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#2
Will it blend? That is the question.

Atomic bomb smoke, don't breathe this.
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#3
Not impressed...
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#4
What an incredibly piss-poor ad. The 2 amps at 5 volts output, is that power output for 5 minutes? 5 hours? 5 days/months/years?

And then you simply buy a new "cartridge" and replace the old one? I call that a battery. Big deal.

Unless I'm missing something so obvious that I read it several times and still missed it, I award this product my most profound "I don't give a blue flying fuck".

I have dealt with B and H for years and I can tell you I have much higher expectations from these guys. They have always been at the top of my list of places to recommend. It boggles my mind that they would do this.

Wait... I know! It's Obama's fault! Yeah, that's the ticket!

Dodgy
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“Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves.”

William Pitt
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Curmudgeon;120561 Wrote:What an incredibly piss-poor ad. The 2 amps at 5 volts output, is that power output for 5 minutes? 5 hours? 5 days/months/years?

And then you simply buy a new "cartridge" and replace the old one? I call that a battery. Big deal.

Unless I'm missing something so obvious that I read it several times and still missed it, I award this product my most profound "I don't give a blue flying fuck".

I have dealt with B and H for years and I can tell you I have much higher expectations from these guys. They have always been at the top of my list of places to recommend. It boggles my mind that they would do this.

Wait... I know! It's Obama's fault! Yeah, that's the ticket!

Dodgy
.

Oh yeah.. During the Apocalypse I have a hydrogen powered power supply. We all know how readily available hydrogen is or you can make it by running electricity through water.... Wait...
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