WaterLily USB charges your USB devices using Water or Wind.
- Power Smartphones, Battery Banks, Cameras, Camp Lights, Speakers, GPS, and more!
- Up to 15W of power
- Capture energy while you sleep! Set up WaterLily overnight for full batteries in the morning
- Durable, shockproof housing and weatherproof design
- Dimension: 7” x 7” x 3” (180 mm x 180 mm x 76 mm)
- Weight: 1.3 kg
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Users get the most out of WaterLily in an overnight setup. Set up your turbine to fill a battery bank, and have full charge for your devices by morning!
The faster the water or wind, the faster WaterLily charges.
We’ve outlined some sample 0-100% charge rates in water below.*
|2.2 mph flow||2.3 hours||1.7 hours|
|1.8 mph flow||4.5 hours||3.3 hours|
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*The charge rate of a device is limited by its internal circuitry. Your device’s max charge rate may be lower than what WaterLily can produce.
What kind of devices can I charge?
Any USB devices can be charged with WaterLily. Most commonly charged are cell phones, action cameras, and battery banks.
Why would I use WaterLily instead of Solar?
Solar users are forced to charge only when the sun is at its highest point, if the weather cooperates. WaterLily users can charge whenever they please, as the flow of water is constant - even while they are sleeping.
We've put together a post that compares the two options in more detail - Read it here.
- WaterLily Turbine
- User manual
- 25′ 550 paracord
- 2 x stainless steel carabiner
- 4 x 300 mm stainless steel lanyard
TA Loeffler - TA is currently completing a 2110 mile canoe expedition through Northern Canada. Read how she's been using her WaterLily to harness energy on her trip.
Read TA's Story
Justin Barbour - Justin is about to embark on a 1050 mile journey across North Eastern Canada. He'll be travelling by canoe and by foot, and will be taking his WaterLily to power his gear along the way.
Read Justin's Story
Diameter: 180 mm (7 in)
Thickness: 75 mm (3 in)
Weight: 1.3 kg (2.86 lb)
5 V regulated USB output
Maximum power output: 15 W
Direct charging cord length: 3 m (10 ft)
Minimum flow required: 1 km/h (0.7 mph)
Flow for peak power output (15 W): 5.8 km/h (3.6 mph)
Maximum water speed: 11 km/h (6.8 mph)
Minimum wind speed required: 10.8 km/h (6.7 mph)
Wind speed for peak power output (15 W): 58 km/h (36 mph)
Maximum wind speed: 90 km/h (55 mph)