Wednesday, 22.11.2017

Voltaic Systems Backpack Power On The Go

[14/09/10] 

With all this talk about alternative energy, wind farms and wave power, don't you think it's time you started using natural resources to power your life? After all, the sun is a massive, free and pretty consistent energy option, and one you don't need a power cord to access, so its perfect for when you're on the go.

Voltaic Systems has a range of solar powered bags – from laptop cases and rucksacks through the hiking packs – all of which harness the power of Ra to charge life's most precious devices, including smart phones, netbooks, cameras and gameboys - just about anything that takes a USB.

They also sell tiny charger packs, including their new Amp Solar Charger, which, (just like you tell your mates), despite its tiny size, packs a powerful punch.

This means you'll have power wherever you're headed - be it at Shek O, on a junk in Sai Kung, or climbing Lion Rock - without having to worry about power outlets or international adapters.

There are bags with the solar panels already included, or panel packs you can strap onto a bike, an existing rucksack, a tent top, anything that sees the rays of the sun. And what's more it's all environmentally-friendly.

Cause green is the new black.

Voltaic Systems
Bags from US$199
www.voltaicsystems.com

Nuts & Bolts
Solar panelled day bags that power anything


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