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Insert Coin: Epiphany One Puck uses heat transfer to charge your phone

by Amol Koldhekar
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Kelly Gibson
Kelly Gibson • 1 year ago

Epiphany One Puck charges your phone using heat transfer. Apply heat (hot beverage) to red side or cold (frosty brew) to blue side...charge phone.

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