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Moxi Stroller Charges Your Phone via Generator Wheels

by Shane McGlaun
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I have two kids and when kids are very young, a stroller isn’t something parents want to do without. Sure, you want to hold the baby a lot of the time, but you also want to put them down so they can sleep – and at times, you want to axe murder anyone who tries to wake them up. Today, parents are constantly taking selfies and baby pics meaning their phones run down all the time.

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A new stroller called Moxi from 4moms is coming out this October for about $700. That is big money for a stroller, but it does more than push baby around. It has generators in the rear wheels and USB port on the handle that means you can plug your charge cable in, and walking your kid generates the power to recharge your device.

It also has a LCD screen that shows temperature, battery level, and distance walked. It folds, but it is a manual fold option. The wheel generators also power headlights and taillights on the stroller to keep you safe when playing Pokémon GO with your baby at night.

[via Gizmodo]

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