Brunton Hydrogen Reactor Portable Power Pack (Yellow)

Brunton Hydrogen Reactor Portable Power Pack (Yellow)

Brunton Hydrogen Reactor Portable Power Pack (Yellow)

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Product Highlights

  • Power Output: Up to 2 Amps
  • 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
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Brunton F-REACTOR-YL overview

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The yellow Hydrogen Reactor Portable Power Pack from Brunton produces up to 2 Amps of portable power and 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.

In the Box
Brunton Hydrogen Reactor Portable Power Pack (Yellow)
  • 2 x Hydrogen Core Cells
  • Unconditional Lifetime Warranty
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    Brunton F-REACTOR-YL specs

    Output up to 2 Amp, 5 volt
    Connector Output: Standard USB
    Dimensions 5.3 x 2.9 x 1.3" (13.5 x 7.3 x 3.4 cm)
    Without hydrogen core: 5.2 oz (146 g)
    With hydrogen core: 8.5 oz (242 g)
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    Package Weight 0.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.9 x 7.0 x 1.4"

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