Version two of the K-TOR Pocket Socket ($64.95) has landed. You still get to charge your electronics via a hand crank. Output voltage is 120 volts at 10 watts of electricity. While you wont be able to run a microwave, power tools, or a hair dryer, you will be able to charge a long list of electronics. You can supply power to smart phones, tablets, digital cameras, portable gaming systems, handheld radios, etc,
So what are the K-TOR Pocket Socket 2 differences? They took what they learned from the original product and now have:
- Stronger power train
- Improved electronics
- Newer, stronger polycarbonate plastic
- Molded, patterned grips for secure handling
- Emergency yellow graphics
- Earth-friendly packaging
Read on for more details.
"The size of a water bottle, the Pocket Socket weighs less than a pound, making portability one of its best features. (Size: 2.5"³ x 2.25"³ x 6.875"³. Weight: 15 oz.)"
"The Pocket Socket battery charger provides universal compatibility by using the same style electrical socket found in every American home. It can easily be adapted to the European two pin standard (European and international adapters are sold separately). This means the hand crank will charge any rechargeable device that consumes less than 10 watts of electricity."