I think it’s safe to say that the mere existence of solar backpacks is proof that the future is now. These ‘solar backpacks’ all feature solar panels on the outside of the backpack which stores the sun’s energy into a built-in power bank which can then be used to charge your USB-powered devices (cameras, smartphones, flashlights, etc). Many of these solar backpacks also feature water bladders making them ideal for hiking and other outdoor-related activities. The sun’s power is the most abundant form of energy in the known universe and there’s absolutely no reason you should be using it to charge up your devices every day.
This brilliant solar backpack allows you to keep your devices juiced up even when you’re off the grid. It features a 1.8-liter hydration pack, a 10,00 mAh power bank to charge all of your USB devices, and weather-proof PVC fabric. The high-efficiency solar power panels boast a 22% transfer rate to the 5V USB port as well as Voltage Stability Control to ensure that no damaging currents are ever transferred to your devices
The 7W waterproof solar panel on this backpack from Wosports is one of the highest rated products on the market. You can use it to convert the sun’s solar rays into energy to charge your smartphone and/or tablets, USB-powered cameras or flashlights, and more. The nylon core material of the backpack makes it one of the lightest packs around while still maintaining durability. It weighs only 2-pounds with the solar panel attached.
Built for outdoors enthusiasts this incredible solar backpack from Ivation doubles as the PERFECT travel bag. The 7 W solar panel converts the sun’s energy and stores it on the built-in 10,000 mAh power bank. It features a 1.8-liter hydration pack that you can fill with water for hikes. The Ivation solar backpack boasts a whoppinG THREE USB-charging ports, so you can charge up multiple devices at one time.
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