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Don't forget 10% QUIDCO
First, some advice: NEVER climb a tree to escape from a grizzly. They can climb too. So you'll only find yourself fighting a grizzly, in a tree. Now, concentrate please: yes, it looks like an ordinary backpack. But it has a mono crystalline solar panel on the front. This absorbs the sun's energy, transferring it into an electrical charge which is stored in a power pack, hidden inside. Attach your hand-held appliance (mobile, digital camera, or MP3 player) to the charger and voil?full power whilst you're on the move.
Of course, the Solar Backpack is also extremely comfortable to carry, with ultra soft padded back and a number of buckles that can be fastened to make it easier to on your shoulders. Better still, the Solar Backpack has a number of compartments for your belongings - look here: a divider which you can use to secure folders or a laptop. Plus, a compartment with a Velcro-sealed pouch for loose change and a concealed zipped pouch to store a wallet, phone, or iPod. Turn it over and there's a small pocket containing a rain cover - ideal for protecting the whole bag from wet conditions. Or bat droppings.
* Power electrical appliances on the go
* Includes rechargeable battery pack and adaptors for Nokia, Motorola, Ericsson, Siemens mobile phones, plus a mini USb connector.
* Built-in water-proof sleeve and storage pouch
* Headphones access
* Capacity: Approximately 15 litres
* Dimensions: Height: 50.0cm Width: 10.0cm Depth: 35.0cm
* Weight: 1.0Kg
* Batteries Included: Yes