Best Gadgets to keep you Charged while Travelling

Do you run out of battery often? Isn’t it annoying? You might be familiar to the beep that warns us about an electronic device that is about to die.

If you are planning for an extended trip far away from civilization or maybe you never remember to charge before moving out. Here you will find some of the handy and best ways to keep those devices charged up.

Kraftwerk ($150)


kraftwerk opens up a whole new dimension in independence for your smartphone or tablet. kraftwerk is a power plant: unlike a traditional charger, it generates electricity rather than merely storing it.

With kraftwerk, you have unlimited freedom to use your mobile electronic devices. kraftwerk gives you full power immediately, allowing you to show off your strengths on the job.

kraftwerk is your loyal companion in life – dependable, reliable, and always on hand.

Bluesmart Luggage ($395)


Bluesmart is a technology company that develops Internet-connected travel products. With proprietary technology and designs, the company creates unique physical products combined with software applications that help people travel better and smarter.

It has a digital lock that allows users to lock and unlock the suitcase from a phone app. The proximity sensors automatically lock the bag when it is separated from the user. It also contains a digital scale for users to be able to see the exact weight of their suitcases on the app. Users receive distance alerts and are notified on their smartphones via SMS when they are move further away from their case. There is also location tracking technology that tracks the location of suitcases and also allows users to charge their cell phones. It is has been released to the market in August 2015.

Phorce Freedom ($179)


Phorce Freedom has smart bags that give you the freedom to choose your favorite place to work from every day – whether it’s a terrace, a park, or even another country.

Phorce bags are not just great on the move: they make great bedside chargers, too. Place your Phorce bag next to your bed and use it to charge all your devices at night. Great at home and even better in hotel or airbnb rooms where wall outlets tend to be everywhere but next to your bed!

Phorce Freedom has a 15.000 mAh battery and can charge up to 2 USB devices at once. It can charge smartphones, tablets, smart watches, headphones, USB-C laptops (e.g. 2015 MacBook) and thousands of other devices. Phorce Pro has a 26.000 mAh battery and can charge up to 3 USB devices at once, as well as laptops and Macbooks. Phorce smart bags provide weeks of emergency power and can power a mobile office all day. And since your bag and devices already travel together, your backup power is always there when you need it.

BioLite Camp Stove ($130)


BioLite, a startup based in New York City, designs energy products focused on burning wood as cleanly as modern fuels while generating off-grid electricity. Using thermoelectric technology, BioLite produces wood-burning stoves that also function as chargers for portable electronic devices. The HomeStove and the CampStove are BioLite’s main products.

The CampStove can boil water in five minutes.[13] Smaller than the HomeStove, the CampStove is 8.25” tall and weighs 33 oz, but like the larger model, excess heat is converted into energy. BioLite sells stoves in over seventy countries. The CampStove has also been used as an emergency preparedness tool.

BioLite BaseCamp ($300)


Burning only wood, the CampStove creates a smokeless campfire that can cook meals and boil water in minutes. Setup is easy, fuel is free, and flames are hyper-efficient with performance on par with white gas stoves.

Burn wood and create 2 watts of electricity to charge smartphones, headlamps, LED lights, and more.

Candle Charger ($65)


The revolution will be televised, because even if the power goes out we’ll be able to keep our phones and cameras charged. Generators aren’t always deafening anymore, and solar panels are a common affair these days; they build them into phone cases and fold them into handy little carrying cases. Biomass stoves that turn heat into electricity are a little newer and perfect for camping, but a terrible idea to use in a cramped apartment.

The working is a long-burning candle heats the bottom of a water receptacle filled with 5oz of water, and the difference in temperature produces an electric charge. The Candle Charger puts out 2.5W for anything that takes a USB charge, and each candle lasts six hours.

FlameStower ($73)


FlameStower converts fire into electricity – off-grid, portable phone charging in a compact design for camping and power outages.

Badger Waterproof Solar Panel ($100+)


Badger chargers have an insane waterproof rating and they can take more abuse than even Floyd Mayweather can dish out. They’re the portable panels you want on your side (or outside of your tent).

Some chargers have issues with cloudy days, as though suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder or something. Not the Badger. Automatic-restart tech in the Badger chargers starts the charging process on the panel back up again after clouds clear, unlike some other panels.

The high output is another life-saver. The largest model, the 16 watt, has a USB output of 2.85A, weighs 29 ounces and is 9.25 × 31 × 0.25 inches unfolded. It has enough output to charge thirstier beasts such as tablets, yet is still light and small enough to strap to the exterior of your pack to charge while you walk.

Incipio Ghost Qi Wireless Charging Battery Case ($100)


Incipio’s GHOST Battery Case for iPhone 6 is a wireless charging solution that uses Qi technology. To use, simply place your iPhone 6 with Incipio GHOST Battery Case on a compatible Qi charging base to initiate the charging process. The case’s internal 2100mAh battery capacity nearly doubles iPhone 6 power levels, for additional hours of talk, surf, text, and email time.

Biologic Joule 3 Dynamo Hub ($130+)


The Joule 3 is one of the lightest, most efficient bicycle dynamo hubs on the market. It can be built up to create super-light dynamo wheels and its patented magnet configuration yields barely noticeable drag. Polishing, laser etching, and a precision machined flange pattern give high performance in a beautiful small package. Available in disc and non-disc brake versions.

Cydekick Pro ($275)


The CydeKick converts a cyclist’s motion into electricity for charging smartphones and other electronics. Our vision is to help facilitate a cultural shift toward a healthier, more progressive, and more environmentally-aware society by developing products that make cycling a more convenient option for commuting and leisure.

The CydeKick is a self-powered, frictionless, bicycle generator, lighting, and USB charging system for phones, GPS, action cameras, etc. It recharge internal battery bank effortlessly while pedaling or plug into the wall.

Siva Cycle Atom ($130)


The Siva Atom means power whenever and wherever you need it. Charge portable electronics via USB like iPhone, Android, GPS, GoPro, rechargeable lights and more. The Siva Atom means you always have power.

Flip 20 Recharger ($43)


Double the power for longer excursions. Designed to give multiple charges on small devices and quickly charge up from USB or sun. The Flip 20 can also be charged by being plugged into a USB power source. This is a great little backup phone re-charger. Everyone in our house uses this when they are going to be away from a plug in charger.

Mighty Purse ($100)


A fusion between fashion and technology, the Mighty Purse is an essential handbag accessory for the modern day woman. The Mighty Purse features a hidden lightweight built-in battery that can recharge most smartphones, ensuring that you will never be left powerless again. LED charge indicator is always show you how much power is left in your purse.