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Portable Water Turbine Power: Waterlilly | Off Grid Energy

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Today I review the waterlilly portable wind/water turbine and discuss its strengths and weaknesses. In my personal opinion I wouldnt recommend it for most people unless you hike near a constant water source.

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12 thoughts on “Portable Water Turbine Power: Waterlilly | Off Grid Energy

  1. If you want one of these you can get one here, I would only recommend it if you frequently camp near fast moving water, otherwise stick to solar.

    1. Steve Linbergbaby hey even if it isn’t the best think you can make ones to trade after shft. Hey you can maybe even sell some now.

  2. how can people listen to this idiot thats a con man hes a walking advertisement for the crap he sells making a killing off you idiots

  3. tow this behind you kayak, id like to see how much drag it causes. Its a great idea for week long kayak trips i do to Algonquin Park. the lay of the land there is mostly flat, calm (gorgeous)lakes and creeks. But when your Moving back country campsites each day, spending 8-10 hours on the water. Traveling maybe 30kms, this may be a good option. Also i bring a 40L waterproof Barrel with me to store food, clothes, etc. Try filling a barrel with water and put a rain barrel valve to drip just enough water to opperate the device, but still not waste time in the backcountry filling barrels. Maybe 1 fill a hour. Last ditch sorta way to generate power with it? Maybe make another video? also outlining charge outputs vs water flow rate. Been watching you vids for over a year now. thanks for the ideas. cheers

  4. This is an excellent device for the Canadian Shield as there are numerous interconnected lakes & streams with sufficient flow to generate power. Thanks for the heads up on this product!

  5. ……Ya….I just clicked that link to see why you didn’t mention the price even once…
    199.00$US for the “basic” model….and over 250.00$ for the 12 volt version.
    Mighty spendy for such a weak system. Looks cheap to me plus obviously there will be issues about clogging up the turbines could really hamper your efforts to collect energy.
    Good to see someone’s at least trying to bring some much needed technology more in tune with harvesting energy through alternative measures.

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