ecoRobotix dramatically reduces the use of herbicides with this solar robot which can identify good plants vs. bad ones, then apply chemicals in tiny amounts only to the weeds, killing them with 95% effectiveness. It would be cool if it were strong enough to yank weeds.
Goal Zero’s Boulder 100 Solar Panel Briefcase is a 100W solar panel to charge the company’s high capacity Sherpa and Yeti portable power banks. It’s waterproof, comes a bag and has a built-in handle and kickstand. If you need more power, check out the Boulder 200.
This battery-powered lantern provides a bright, directional light source which can be stood up, flipped over, or hung from above. In addition to its quick-charger microUSB port, it can be juiced up via its three solar panels. Offers two brightness modes, plus an SOS flashing mode.
Developed as an alternative to kerosene lamps, the Consol Solar Jar has four LEDs underneath its lid and a battery charged by the solar panel on top of the lid. It gives an hour of light for every hour of sunlight, has a clever magnetic switch, and can also be charged via MicroUSB.
Never run out of power again with this impressive dual-port portable battery pack. The Go Green packs a whopping 50,000 mAh in its battery pack, and a built in solar panel to help you juice it back up if you’re outdoors. Save 64% off in The Awesomer Shop.
When you’re outdoors, you always want plenty of water. But carrying around a huge pack can be a pain. Fontus is developing water bottles that can capture condensation at a rate up to 0.8L per hour. The Airo goes anywhere, while the Ryde grabs water while you ride your bike.