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When emergency calls, you can answer.
Our Survival Unit's modest, but lifesaving goals are to enable you to recharge your phone, heat an electric blanket, etc. A 1.15-meter high turbine with electronics to recharge a 12-volt battery pack, attached to indoor/outdoor roto-molded cooler with heavy terrain wheels. You can detach the turbine and you have a high-quality cooler!


This is a high-quality product. Our engineers designed it to start spinning at very low speeds but endure very high speeds. Click here for the video of it surviving a truck run at 120 miles per hour with no problems.


Store it in your garage and wheel it out during a storm or blackout. Or bring it

on a camping trip.


We recommend getting two batteries: One for use while the other is charging. You may want to add a solar battery charger for daytime recharging.


Price does not include installation or battery. Shipping rates may vary. 
We highly recommend placing a sand bag inside the base of the survival unit to promote stabilization.

Watch the Survival Unit's origin story, told by Dr. Daniel Farb, the visionary inventor who founded Flower Turbines on YouTube or Vimeo.


*Note: images may not represent the latest model.

Custom Color (+$300)
Customize your turbine blades to match your business or personal aesthetic. Just enter the RAL or Pantone color, and we'll build your customized turbine.

Survival Unit

Excluding Sales Tax
    • 1.15-meter blade height turbine
    • 0.55 meters in diameter
    • Made to connect to 12 volt solar batteries such as Jackery or Rockpals, etc. (not included) to provide small amounts of emergency power and comes with the electronics to do that
    • Battery not included
    • 5-10 watts of power at 6 meter per second (12 miles per hour) winds; 36.5 watts at 10 meters per second winds
    • Standard color is white
    • This product has been successfully tested at over 110 miles per hour! **turbine and electronics only**

    This is perfect for when the grid fails and you need clean electricity to charge a battery that charges your phone or other small appliance. This will also help when your backup generators do not work since there are often diesel supply issues during natural disasters. Also, during Hurricane Sandy, for example, diesel generators were flooded. Since blackouts often occur during these disasters, the system could provide 30-100 watts of power at high winds. This could be a life saver.

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