Backpack with Solar Panel to Charge Smartphones On-The-Go

Crosskase launches a backpack with solar power to charge handheld devices. Whether you’re a traveller, business commuter, gamer, or all three and more, you’ll often need the power to keep your essential gadgets going as well as a secure and protective way to carry your belongings. Now these two lifestyle needs have been met in one feature-packed accessory: the Crosskase Solar 15 backpack.

Key Features:

Integrated 3 Watt solar panel on the front of the bag soaks up natural light and stores the energy generated inside the internal battery.

High capacity battery can charge most handheld devices on-the-go (phones, music players, GPS, pocket consoles)

Speedy 2 hour charge time for many devices i.e. iPhone 4, iPod nano 6G, Samsung Galaxy, HTC, Nokia N95, Blackberry Curve.

Stores enough power to charge most devices twice over and can be used again and again, as the battery will recharge from:

Solar power (8 hours)

Mains power (3 hours)

USB power connection (4 hours)

Additional battery packs can be purchased to supply even more charge to those with higher demands on battery life.

Versatility in all weathers, including a rain flap,  makes it suitable for use indoors and outdoors both in the UK and abroad.  Comes with 9 alternative adapter fittings to connect a wide variety of devices, including:  Micro USB,  Mini USB,  Apple,  Samsung,  Sony Ericsson,  Motorola,  Nokia, TomTom and devices can connect via the standard manufacturer-supplied USB 2.0 lead.

25 litre capacity provides ample space for all of your belongings

In-built pockets offer extra protection, including storage for 13”, 14” and 15” laptops and iPad/iPod devices.

The Crosskase Solar 15 is priced at £139.99 and is available now from www.crosskase.com, amazon.co.uk and store.apple.com/uk

Comments

  1. I want this! Now all we have to do is hook our solar pack to our trainers and really get some person power on the grid.

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