"Kettle charge" is a kettle that uses heat to generate electricity. If you put water in it, put it on the stove and light it, the heat will generate electricity. A battery is built in the handle part (yellow part) to charge the generated power. It is designed to be used later when charging a USB device.
"Kettle Charge" is a product that responds to the voice of users who want a charger that can be used not only at campsites but also at home. The United States was developed to provide a means of generating electricity with gas, when power outages occur frequently and sometimes last for a long time.
Power outages rarely occur in Japan. However, for example, in winter, you may put the "Kettle Charge" on the stove and use it as a humidifier and charger. It can also be used on a cassette stove, so in the event of a power outage due to a disaster, you can charge your smartphone or radio while boiling water for instant noodles.
The "Kettle Charge" weighs about 0.9 kg and measures 20 cm in diameter x 7.6 cm in height. It's priced at $ 149 and will be available in the US in September 2014.