A small power generator that fits in a bag
Victoria, Canada: In today’s modern world, we need at least all the time electricity for our smartphones. Now the world’s smallest wind turbine has been built that weighs just three pounds and can generate electricity by rotating at 8 to 28 miles per hour.
It takes two to three minutes to pack and open. Surprisingly, it is receiving money on crowdfunding at lightning speed, which is also a proof of its design and reliability. This wind turbine has been dubbed ‘Shine’ and can also be called an eco-friendly and efficient air charger.
Whether you’re hiking in the mountains, on the beach, or in a field, Shine can generate electricity from even the slightest gust of wind, which is enough for your needs. Overall, it is a 40-watt turbine with a powerful 12,000 mAh battery that can power smartphones, cameras, lights and other small devices.
Therefore, this turbine is very useful for outdoor travelers, support staff or photographers. Interestingly, when fully rotated, it makes no particular noise and produces only 50 decibel bells.
Its special design can withstand all kinds of weather effects. Because of this, Shine can be run year after year. Even if the temperature in a place is 40 degrees Celsius, its electrical system and design remain the same.
Despite its small design, it generates electricity efficiently and can charge items via USB.