It blasted past its fundraising goal in just a day, but while it’s new here in the States, it’s been juicing phones, laptops and even lightbulbs by the thousands in Africa for more than a year. But it doesn’t just generate electricity — it also fuels the incomes of a growing number of entrepreneurs, farmers and mobile bankers. Whatever you do, don’t call it philanthropy. This little do-gooder is all about making money for the citizens of developing nations. The box doesn’t come cheap, but its return on investment can change lives.
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Designed to provide electricity in the field and off the grid, ReadySet is a portable power station that can be charged via solar panels and other clean energy sources.
Encased in plastic, ReadySet is about the size of a shoe box, and it stores 54 watt-hours of power in its field-ready battery pack. It has four charging ports in the front — two USB slots, and two 12-volt car lighter adapter ports to power up devices.
On the back side, positive and negative terminals let it connect to just about any power-generation source. It comes with a solar panel for tapping the energy of the sun, and a wall plug that connects it directly to the grid if you need a fast refill. But the genius of ReadySet is that you can connect it to anything: a windmill, a water wheel, a car battery, and, perhaps most importantly, a bicycle.
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