This Clever Boiling Device by James Bentham Relies on Solar Energy

 - May 25, 2013
References: contemporaryenergy & hiconsumption
Individuals who just can't seem to go without their daily tea or coffee even when hiking outdoors are in luck, because these inventive solar-powered kettles make boiling up a cup of water much more convenient.

Ordinarily kettles are electrically powered, relying on the use of outlets and a power source. Therefore, kettles are hard to take with you when traveling or hiking outside because of the lack of electricity. This solar-powered kettle however, designed by James Bentham, simply relies on the use of natural sunlight to heat up the contents inside. While the amount of time it takes to boil a cup of water may take up to a few hours, the ability to have a product that can actually boil water and food without electricity is quite amazing, and can come in handy while travelling.