Eco stuff..etc..

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PostSun Aug 09, 2009 8:45 pm » by TheDuck


Freeloader Globetrotter

The ultimate travellers power pack. Includes Freeloader (as above) plus a Supercharger 1.5watt crystalline solar cell. The Supercharger can charge the Freeloader in 4 hours (half the normal time). It is designed for travelling, is waterproof and will strap onto rucksacks, bike panniers etc. weighing a mere 200g. 16 x 21 cm. Comes with USB lead and travel pouch for the Freeloader.Image
http://www2.cat.org.uk/shopping/product ... 545bc85ba9

USBCELL

This NiMH AA cell can be used like a normal battery and can be
recharged simply by plugging into a USB port. No need for a separate
charger or cables when travelling. Ideal for games stations as you can
just swap batteries and carry on playing. It takes about 5 hours to fully
charge via USB or in an approved Ni-MH charger. You should be able to
recharge the cell about 500 times before they lose a significant amount
of their capacity. 1.2V 1300mAh.Image
http://www2.cat.org.uk/shopping/product ... 545bc85ba9

How to make soil and save Earth

120 pages of vital information for those looking to shrink their ecological footprint, cut down on the amount of rubbish they send to landfill and help put the brakes on climate change. (And avoid paying that future tax on their dustbins!) Introduces the concept of feed-and-forget composting with a simple recipe: kitchen scraps mixed with crumpled cardboard makes quality compost. The principle is that no organic rubbish should go into the dustbin - it contributes to the production of methane, a potent greenhouse gas. The key is, if it rots don't bin it. But a lot of unwanted stuff that doesn't rot is also going to landfill needlessly. However, there are many organisations that will take and reuse non-compostable rubbish. These too are listed, along with suppliers for composting and waste disposal essentials and the low-down on the mini-beasts and micro-organisms that do all the work.Image
http://www2.cat.org.uk/shopping/product ... 545bc85ba9

Green Power Ed Systems - Junior

Compact, portable, ideal for learning about renewable energy. With Rutland 503, 30W Photovoltaic Panel, Junior Power Monitor, 70Ah 12V battery, Solar Panel Mounting Kit, 50m Cable, Connectors and Battery Terminals.

Excellent large scale practical educational systems that investigate the principles of generating electricity from renewable resources. Ideal for schools, colleges, universities and eco-friendly demonstration centres.
There are three systems to accommodate a range of educational levels and budgets, all supplied in easy to assemble, install and use kits.

Students gain practical experience of wind and solar energy whilst using the power generated into 12V batteries to operate low energy lamps, pumps, etc. or through inverters which convert the power to 240V AC for computers and other low energy mains appliances. Kits contain Rutland wind chargers, 30W or 60W photovoltaic panels, 12V batteries, monitoring and regulating equipment, cabling etc. and a range of optional accessories.

Please contact us for an information sheet.

We also have the Green Power Ed Graduate and Senior models available. Please contact us on 01654705959 for prices and carriage charges to your delivery addressImage
http://www2.cat.org.uk/shopping/product ... 545bc85ba9

Gazelle - Powerbank

A pedal powered generator offering a range of DC outputs - ranging from 3 Volts to 12 Volts, along with a USB output and an amazing 230 Volt AC output for running mains applications such as TV’s, laptop computers, mains lighting, fridges etc. The main power bank when charged can be slid off the stand and used anywhere any time to power any appliance up to 100 Watts. Time fully charged by cycling (60 rot./min) 9 hours. Time fully charged by AC adapter 7-8 hours. When fully charged the integrated 9 LED lights will shine for up to 85 hours, a 7 Watt Energy saving light bulb can be powered for 10 hours, a 14 inch TV for 1.5 hours, or a laptop computer for an hour. 337 x 355 x 267mm, weighs 4.8kgImage
http://www2.cat.org.uk/shopping/product ... 545bc85ba9

Mini Eco Radio

Ultra small, rugged AM/FM radio integrated LED torch and red LED map reading light. Wind up, solar powered and USB rechargeable. No external antennae! Built-in phone charger. Coated in tough rubber finish. Digital super chip tuner. 1 min wind gives 20 minutes playtime. 130 x 60 mm.Image
http://www2.cat.org.uk/shopping/product ... 545bc85ba9

Explorer Solar Charger

Powerful advanced solar and mains/USB rechargeable charger that can power virtually all phones and portable electronics. The Explorer is compact and light weight and comprises a tough water resistant charging unit (9x4x4cm, 83g) with a robust folding solar panel (11x7x1mm folded, 82g). It comes with a universal mains charger, USB charging cable, travel pouch, storage case and a wide selection of cables and connector tips. A full charge can power an iPod for 40hrs or a digital camera for up to 1600 pictures.Image
http://www2.cat.org.uk/shopping/product ... 545bc85ba9

Ionic Toothbrush

No need to use toothpaste with this revolutionary light-activated toothbrush. Water (saliva) is the active ingredient. When exposed to any light source the photosensitive titanium rod inside the handle converts light into negatively charged electrons. The rod releases these ions, which blend with saliva to attract positive (hydrogen) ions from the acid in dental plaque. The acid is then neutralised and plaque is disintegrated. Ideal for travelling. Amazing! Spare heads available separately.Image
http://www2.cat.org.uk/shopping/product ... 545bc85ba9

Eco Clock

New improved product that features water switching action and incorporates a digital clock (time, day, date), alarm, countdown timer and room thermometer. The particular function required is selected by rotating the clock through 90 degree turns. The clock is powered by an environmentally friendly water activated battery that just needs topping up with tap water. The battery can be replaced at the end of its useful life (2 years minimum). 9x9x5cm.Image
http://www2.cat.org.uk/shopping/product ... 545bc85ba9

Eco Clock Replacement Water Cells (2)

A pack of 2 replacement water cells for the eco clock. Each has a minimum continuous lifespan of at least one year.
http://www2.cat.org.uk/shopping/product ... 545bc85ba9

Jerrican-25 Litres With Tap

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http://www.outdoorgb.com/p/jerrican__25 ... _with_tap/

Shake torch

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Do what it says on the box! Just shake it –no batteries required. This ingenious torch uses motion to generate power to create light. Extremely reliable, this is a perfect emergency torch – every car and home should have one! The shake torch is also a great gift for anyone with a love of the outdoors; perfect for hiking and camping.
http://www.thesolartrader.co.uk/pics/Sh ... hlight.php

12/24 volt stuff

Kettle

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http://www.outdoorgb.com/p/Waeco_Perfec ... ar_kettle/

portable stove

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http://www.outdoorgb.com/p/12v_portable_stove/

Slow cooker

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http://www.outdoorgb.com/p/roadpro_12v_ ... ker_c1417/

Saucepan And Popcorn Maker

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http://www.outdoorgb.com/p/12v_saucepan_popcorn_maker/

Frying Pan

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http://www.outdoorgb.com/p/12v_frying_pan/

Hair dryer

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http://www.outdoorgb.com/c/12v_fans_vac ... aters_etc/

Heater

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http://www.outdoorgb.com/c/12v_fans_vac ... aters_etc/

12-Volt/24-Volt Portable LCD Television - Big Screen
http://www.outdoorgb.com/c/12v_portable ... ig_screen/

TV Digital Receivers
http://www.outdoorgb.com/c/12v_digital_receiver/

Tyre Inflators
http://www.outdoorgb.com/c/12_volt_tyre_inflators/

Sat-nav
http://www.outdoorgb.com/c/sat_nav/

Plugs/sockets/connectors
http://www.outdoorgb.com/c/12v_plugs_so ... onnectors/

Inverters/converters
http://www.outdoorgb.com/c/12v_inverter_converters/

Had to make this post thought it was relevant to survival etc.. IF the shtf. :cheers:
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PostSun Aug 09, 2009 9:07 pm » by Towelie


I like the wind up torches, ive got 2 here not the same as those but clockwork(wind up.)
Kill em all and let god sort them out!

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PostSun Aug 09, 2009 9:26 pm » by TheDuck


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PostMon Aug 10, 2009 3:28 am » by TheDuck


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PostSun Aug 16, 2009 4:51 pm » by Drjones


Cheers Duck,can we have a price for the powerbank?(Edit,got it £99.95)..Torches look great also.
I'm now on the lookout for a good deal on storeable food.
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PostSun Aug 16, 2009 5:00 pm » by TheDuck


That's why I put links for all ;)

Better add this : http://www.survivalistseeds.com/

I wouldn't bother with the storable foods quite yet, beans etc.. last for ages anyway..

Glad you liked it thought you might ;)

Storable foods... http://survivalacres.com/dehydrated/foodplans.html
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PostSun Aug 16, 2009 5:09 pm » by Drjones


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PostSun Aug 16, 2009 5:20 pm » by TheDuck




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PostSun Aug 16, 2009 5:36 pm » by Highbridge


DrJ,
Mountain House has emergency food that can be stored for up to 25years! I've had some of their food and is pretty good! Here is a link about their products...

http://www.mountainhouse.com/emgcy_fds.cfm

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PostSun Aug 16, 2009 6:02 pm » by TheDuck


highbridge wrote:DrJ,
Mountain House has emergency food that can be stored for up to 25years! I've had some of their food and is pretty good! Here is a link about their products...

http://www.mountainhouse.com/emgcy_fds.cfm


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