In case of an emergency or civilization’s collapse before the machines take over, very little tech can be expected to function for long. The TurboDyne series by Eton are the exception to this since each of the gadgets pictured below can save your life.
The pic above is the new TurboDyne series in all its life-saving glory. From left to right is the Axis, the Road Torq, and the Rover.
The Axis is a hand-cranked and battery powered emergency radio plus flashlight that will keep survivors sane before rescue arrives.
The Road Torq is a beacon-cum-flashlight that an be converted into a tripod. A few minutes of hand cranking can give this baby enough juice to glow for a while.
The Rover is a miniaturized version of the Axis. Still hand cranked, still a radio, and totally rugged. It also charges your cellphone for that lifesaving emergency call.
The TurboDyne series goes on sale later this year.
Eton CEO Esmail Hozour had this to say about his company’s new products: “Our long-standing partnership with the American Red Cross enables us to provide products that help our friends and families stay prepared for unexpected situations. Our new TurboDyne Series represents a new design and increased functionality, and we are proud to help support the efforts of the Red Cross with its introduction.