The Solar Powered Travel Bag

by Ally


While you’re out traveling, especially if it’s in the great outdoors, your gadgets don’t always get the charge they really need.  Which makes having a solar panel around extremely helpful.  Well with this, not only would you have a way to charge your gadgets, but something to store them in as well.  Be it while you’re out camping or just going from work to home, this would make things a little more convenient and not to mention eco-friendly.

The solar panel has overcharge, discharge and short circuit protection, so it will last a bit longer.  It will charge your typical cellphone in under 5 hours, that of course depends on the battery capacity though.  It will also charge things such as your MP3 player, portable game consoles and various other small gadgets.  The bag comes with a USB adaptor as well as 3 mobile phone adaptors for Nokia phones, Samsung and Sony-Ericsson.  As far as solar bags go this isn’t actually priced too badly.  You can purchase it for £14.99 or about $25 from Maplin.

Source: Ubergizmo

3 reviews or comments

Your Solar Green Shop Says: August 6, 2009 at 1:32 pm

I like this product very much and VERY reasonably priced!!! I love all the solar charging devices and own many. This technology is the RIGHT direction and we should all be doing our share. Not everyone can afford and/or have the room for powering their homes but we can all utilize the solar gadgets that are currently out there, with more to come.

Aiden Says: April 19, 2011 at 6:33 pm

I’m a big fan of solar powered devices. A charging station right inside your back pack? This one is great! Now you don’t have to pay charging stations or use up commercial electricity just to “re-fuel” your gadgets. Considering the price, it’s a low cost investment with long term benefits.

Andy Kuiper Says: August 7, 2012 at 3:20 pm

I want one! I’m going to be in Mexico all winter and my cellphone would love hanging out with the bag 😉

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