Posts by Category: Eco Friendly

All things green and planet saving.

cool tech July 16, 2014 posted by

Flare Pans – designed by rocket scientists to cook food better, faster and much more eco friendly

I love food, so anything that makes my kitchen work better is aces in my book. The Flare Pan was designed by a team of rocket scientists to cook food more efficiently – i.e. better and faster – than conventional cookware. It took three years to perfect, and has won awards for innovation and energy conservation.


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Flare Pans – designed by rocket scientists to cook food better, faster and much more eco friendly
Eco Friendly July 11, 2014 posted by

SuperHeadz Sun and Cloud Digital Camera – powered by the sun, your hand and some imagination

Have you ever wondered how you would document the apocalypse after we’ve lost electricity? Since film cameras are relatively rare, it’s an interesting question. Well worry no more, since this  SuperHeadz Sun and Cloud Digital Camera is probably the answer you’ve been looking for.


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SuperHeadz Sun and Cloud Digital Camera – powered by the sun, your hand and some imagination
diy July 9, 2014 posted by

Satechi Touch USB LED Lamp – turn any bottle into your own custom lamp

Light is cool. Not sunlight necessarily, especially with all that scary UV, but the decor lighting inside my house. Lamps are my favorite thing. I love the look of upcycled lamps but I never want to go through the process of making them. So it was nice to find the Satechi Touch USB LED Lamp which turns empty bottles to functional décor.


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Satechi Touch USB LED Lamp – turn any bottle into your own custom lamp
cool tech June 23, 2014 posted by

Nissan Leaf To Home – your electric car can now also double up as an emergency home generator and even earn you money?

Electric cars are developing at a rapid speed nowadays, alongside improvements in battery technology and charging infrastructure. But it looks as though there may be even more to come in the future, if this new technology from Nissan takes hold.


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Nissan Leaf To Home – your electric car can now also double up as an emergency home generator and even earn you money?
Eco Friendly May 31, 2014 posted by

A Wind Turbine designed for the 21st century

When you think of a wind turbine, the massively tall device with huge long rotating blades comes to mind. But the Netherlands-based tech firm The Archimedes has created an unusual styled turbine based around the idea of the nautilus shell. The Liam F1 Urban Wind Turbine is said to have an energy yield that is “80 percent of the maximum that is theoretically feasible.” Conventional turbines produce an average of 20 to 25 percent energy yield, so this claim, if…


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A Wind Turbine designed for the 21st century
Eco Friendly May 30, 2014 posted by

FlameStower – charge your devices out in the wild with just some fire and water

We’ve featured a few clever device chargers in the Ferret over the past years, but this one really takes the cake. The idea of using nature to charge up your phone in the wild is hardly new, but what makes the FlameStower stand out is how basic and simple it is to use.


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FlameStower – charge your devices out in the wild with just some fire and water
Eco Friendly May 29, 2014 posted by

Green Power E-Bike – two seater, 30mph, 50 mile range electric scooter

Let’s face it, there’s no reason why electric scooters shouldn’t be all shapes and sizes. After all they’re just two wheels and a seat or two. We may be accustomed to more conventional styling, but we’re guessing that as the technology improves and motors get smaller, we’ll start seeing a lot of interesting new formats.


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Green Power E-Bike – two seater, 30mph, 50 mile range electric scooter
Eco Friendly May 14, 2014 posted by

Petomato – cool way to grow delicious stuff and recycle at the same time

Petomato is a great new way to combine eco recycling and home horticulture in one easy kit. The idea is you use any old plastic bottle you have lying around, insert the specially customized cap and hydroponic holder, add your choice of seeds and you’re off to the races growing stuff on the nearest sunny ledge in your home.


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Petomato – cool way to grow delicious stuff and recycle at the same time
cool tech May 13, 2014 posted by

Sada Bike – hubless, elegant and folds to the size of an umbrella

Every since the dawn of the age of the wheel, people have been trying, mostly unsuccessfully, to improve upon the basic design. Similarly with derivatives such as the bicycle. So we’re not surprised to find that an enterprising Italian engineering student has also decided to have a go. But with typical Latin flair.


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Sada Bike – hubless, elegant and folds to the size of an umbrella
Awesome May 13, 2014 posted by

Jak Bank – interest free ethical borrowing becomes a reality in Sweden

Ever wished there was a bank which was actually driven by more humanitarian goals than merely making more profit? Yes there are credit unions, cooperative and community banks, but they almost all still revolve around the idea of interest payments on loans and savings. What about a bank that did away with all that, and tried a different approach altogether?


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Jak Bank – interest free ethical borrowing becomes a reality in Sweden
Eco Friendly May 2, 2014 posted by

The next level of waste recycling – weatherproof flooring made from rice husks

The scope and breadth of waste materials are continually being redefined in the 21st century. Biomass being converted to energy, the growing push for manufacturer take-back programs – the list keeps growing. Now Westech Building Products has announced it will launch its newest product – a new TruGrain porch flooring that’s made with Resysta, a wood-like material manufactured mainly from rice husks. This better-than-wood material is resistant to weather, pests and fungal decay, and is splinter-, swell- and crack free….


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The next level of waste recycling – weatherproof flooring made from rice husks
Eco Friendly April 28, 2014 posted by

Solar Electric Scooter – gives you 1 mile of range for every hour of sunlight it receives

Apparently they can now make solar panels tough enough to bear the weight of a person up to 158kgs, which is pretty amazing all in itself. But the result is we now can rejoice in the technology which gives an electric scooter which can run for free.


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Solar Electric Scooter – gives you 1 mile of range for every hour of sunlight it receives
Eco Friendly April 25, 2014 posted by

Treat yourself (and guests) to a green outdoor experience

Now that spring is here (even peeking its head out in the frozen eastern reaches of the U.S.), home projects are swirling around in our heads and making it onto “to do” lists.Want to do something in your backyard that gives you and perhaps visitors more space? Studio Shed could be a perfect solution. This American company produces well-designed, prefabricated backyard structures made with recycled, sustainable materials and production techniques. Affordably priced, these single room structures can be used as…


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Treat yourself (and guests) to a green outdoor experience
cool tech April 24, 2014 posted by

Container House – $60,000 home builds in four days with 3 workers, a crane, wrench and a drill

The price of housing is getting ridiculous in many of the world’s major locations, which is why we have to applaud any attempt to try and even the odds for those of us too poor to pay $1 million for a two bedroom apartment above a bakery.


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Container House – $60,000 home builds in four days with 3 workers, a crane, wrench and a drill
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