Let’s be honest, if anything about “Back To The Future” tends to mystify us, it would be Dr. Emmett L. Brown’s inability to wrap his head around the revolutionary potential household applications of the Flux Capacitor. Instead of twiddling our thumbs for an hour or more for a standard AC adapter to power up an iPhone, the invention that makes time travel possible could refresh a device before we could get out the “H” in an astonished “Heavy.”
Oh, well. Until we can just walk into a store and buy plutonium or feed Mr. Fusion some garbage, the Back to the Future Flux Capacitor Wall Charger will more than satisfy our forward-thinking energy needs. It doesn’t actually harness nuclear energy, but it does charge up to two gadgets at a time from any Type B three-pronged outlet via USB connection. The On/Off switch activates or shuts off the Flux Capacitor lights at your leisure, but really, why would you ever want to turn them off?