The Suckerfish Attaches to Automobiles to Harness Energy to Operate

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 13, 2014 • References:
There are all sorts of eco-friendly torches emerging on the market, but the Suckerfish Flashlight demonstrates a uniquely inventive approach to powering up. Unlike some of the models that you might have seen, it does not rely on manual mechanical energy, nor solar power; this product charges in the wind.

While the common complaint against wind energy is the lack of efficiency, a team of designers found an innovative way to intensify its effect. A small wind turbine is encased within the streamlined shell of the handheld fixture, which is intended to be kept stuck to the side of a vehicle. Driving at even low speeds is sufficient to give the Suckerfish Flashlight power. This product by Professor Bao Haimo and company would be ideal for taking on camping trips. Stats for Parasitic Eco Flashlights Trending: Older & Popular
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