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Power Pouch – universal solar charger

Powerpouch

The Power Pouch is a universal solar charger for your gadgets and gizmos. The neat bit is the fact that the adapters are contained inside the charger bag (pouch, geddit?) which makes it all a very compact unit. It comes with a separate rechargeable battery which you can keep juiced up for night time re-charging, and enough adapters to cope with most bits of kit. £25.97.

 The Power Pouch is a fast (double the speed of some products on the market) universal solar charger – able to charge just about all of your everyday rechargeable gadgets and gizmos – mobile phones, MP3 players, iPods, GPS devices, PDAs. Offering amazing versatility, you can soak up the sun and solar charge the battery pack (to be used wherever you like afterwards), or you can charge your device directly from the sun (assuming you have enough of it ie. you don’t live in Siberia or Antarctica).

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


2 Comments

  • The price is good, but what of the quality? I don't like the idea of a solar gadget like this only lasting a year or two because of inferior build quality. I'm not saying it's poorly made. But at that price it's obviously come from China and either they've cut costs on production or wages, or both.

    The flexible panel should last up to 10 years (assuming it's a CIGS or similar cell), and the pouch should be designed with this kind of lifespan in mind.

  • Would this be compatible with Korean made phones as well? Haptic 2 SCH-W550?

    Thanks,
    RD

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