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5 Eco-friendly Gadgets You Should Check Out

5 Eco-friendly Gadgets You Should Check Out

As pollution levels hit paramount levels and a dim-witted President of a well-known country bailed on the Paris climate change agreement, the world has gotten even more eco-cautious. To fuel this desire, technology is rapidly evolving to ensure that conservation of mother earth. Here is a list of top 5 gadgets that you can use to do your bit in protecting the nature.

 #1 – LifeStraw – Handheld Water Purifier

LifeStraw is a one of a kind water purifier and is extremely easy to handle and operate. It was designed by researchers at Vestergaard Frandsen, and it allows the user to drink purified water coming out of a water source. It is extremely portable, safe to use and a handy eco-friendly companion for an outing. Check it out here.

#2 – iBamboo – Natural speakers

iBamboo is a nothing but a piece of bamboo which is cut into the shape and size of a normal portable speaker. It has an opening wherein one can rest their iPhone. The natural acoustics of the bamboo amplify the sound of the phone’s speaker.

#3 – iZen – Bamboo Bluetooth Keyboard

Bamboo is one of the most sustainable and eco-friendly material available these days. Therefore, a keyboard developed using bamboos is a fine way of to promoting environmental safety. The iZen is a Bluetooth keyboard designed for Macs and is completely made of bamboo.

#4 – Siva Cycle Atom – Dynamo Charger

Dynamos, a popular trend in the 80’s, has recently been reignited. Dynamo uses the kinetic energy generated while cycling into electrical energy and can charge small portable devices with it, and that’s what Siva aims to bring to the market.

#5 – USBCell – Rechargeable battery

Normal alkaline batteries get dumped and are extremely toxic in nature. The alternative to these are USBCell which offers rechargeable AA batteries which can be charged in 5 hours to function as a normal battery. A much eco-friendlier option than throwing used up batteries and polluting the environment.