We’re trying to close your gadget deficit while the economy’s in the dumps with the Gadget Stimulus Plan. Today we’re giving away three Medis 24/7 Xtreme Fuel Cell Chargers. This is the first fuel cell system designed for consumers and works with just about any mobile phone, iPod or other small mobile device.
The kits include a fuel cell that can charge a phone up to six times. Replacement fuel cells cost $19.99, which is too expensive to use on a regular basis. I recommend picking one of these up and keeping it in your emergency kit in case you’re faced with an extended power outage or other disaster.
These fuel cells are FAA approved, which means you can use them on long flights.
The Medis Xtrreme 24/7 Xtreme Fuel Cell kit costs $34.95 and can be found at Amazon.com and other major retailers.
There are three ways to enter to win the three Medis fuel cell kits. You may enter once in each of the three ways. A winner will be chosen from each site.
1) Leave a comment on this article (below) and tell us your worst ‘out of battery’ experience. What happened and how did it affect you?
2) Leave a comment on this Notebooks.com article and tell us what electronics you have in your emergency preparedness kit? If you don’t have any gadgets in case of an emergency, which gadgets would you add to it if money weren’t an issue?
You have until Thursday, April 9 at 8pm PDT to enter. We’ll assign every entry a number and use Random.org to randomly draw a winner.
This contest is open to residents of the U.S., as long as participating in contests like this are legal in your hometown. It’s your responsibility to check local laws and regulations. Those who enter more times than allowed will be disqualified. The winner will be notified by either email (if random comment is chosen) or via Facebook (if random tweet is chosen. He/she will have 48 hours to claim the prize and provide shipping info.