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Solar Backpack - £27.95 delivered
Solar Backpack - £27.95 delivered

Solar Backpack - £27.95 delivered

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This Solar Backpack is now just £27.95 delivered from Gadgetshop. Use discount code: NUS10 to get this price.

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Description: It's splash proof, fits snugly against your back, has pockets galore and an extra special secret... a high efficiency monocrystalline cell solar panel that charges your mobile and powers your iPod whilst you're on the go!

The backpack includes adaptors for a range of mobile phones and is also capable of charging via USB, making it possible to charge all manner of hand held device such as iPod /Mp3 Players, some digital cameras, and selected PDAs.

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Alternatively you can have it for £30.95 delivered and get a Free Maglite torch

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The Solar Backpack incorporates a unique highly efficient monocrystalline cell solar panel into its outer lining enabling it to absorb the energy generated from the sun's rays, transferring it into electrical charge which is then stored in a power pack and used to charge your hand held devices whilst you're on the go. The solar cell is always connected directly to a power pack where the generated charge is deposited and stored. This enables users to charge their devices even if there is no light available.

The backpack itself has an ultra soft padded back and a number of buckles attached to the shoulder straps that can be fastened to provide the user with greater comfort and ease of carrying. The backpack has a divider fitted inside for the use of securing either folders or a laptop. It also has a stationary compartment with velcro sealed pouch for loose change and a concealed zipped pouch to store a wallet, phone, iPod etc. The underside of the backpack hides a small pouch in which a rain cover is stored to protect the whole bag particularly when cycling in wet conditions.

I am interested in this - has anyone tried it? How effective does it charge up things? And how effective is it in the real world?

The maglite torch is free if you pay an extra £3?

:whistling: :giggle:

I am also interested in this but want to know if its a gimmick or really does work ? thanks MC !

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just the thing I need to charge up my legs....

The mag torch has expired - i checked it this morning.

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The maglite torch is free if you pay an extra £3?:whistling: :giggle:



lol! No you have the choice of 2 discount codes you can use. One gives £3 off and the other a maglite torch with your order.


Tha maglite torch offer seems to be working fine from here. There was another code though for the torch that is now expired.
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