Charge your Gadgets using The Solar Panel Briefcase

Well, I’m pretty sure that the title itself has convinced you what I’m going to talk about. If you’re not, then it’s a briefcase which has two solar panels one on each side when opened. The briefcase is capable of charging 3V, 6V, 9V and 12 V appliances. I really like the idea of keeping the solar panels intact within the briefcase as it protects panels from any damage and in addition to this it also reduces the size of the two panels as a whole.

The solar panels are capable of producing 13 watts of power which is quite enough for you to recharge a cell phone in an hour. It’s extremely useful if you are travelling in a hot region and all of a sudden your gadgets battery goes down. The briefcase is quite slim which makes it easy to carry. If you liked it then you can get one for just $49.99.

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Discussion

6 comments for “Charge your Gadgets using The Solar Panel Briefcase”

  • bb

    Make a breif case that has solar panels on the outside so I can put my things inside it to charge while I commute to work, or what have you

  • http://www.bizzntech.com Joel

    You got a point! Certainly not a bad idea…
    But you gotta handle the panels safely, they might get damaged within no time….

  • Matt

    Great idea, rather than carry a two inch charger in my regular briefcase, I can haul around an entire second briefcase. If solar is ever intended to be practical, reduce the cell size and increase efficiency, don’t just make the cells look like every day items

  • http://none Lee H

    I own one of these and love it here in alaska. they work great. I was wondering if 2 or more can be hooked together to up wattage and ampereage without damaging the units. Does any one know? I can find no info on the web about them being used any other ways.

  • rodney

    yes, the panels have a blocking diode which prevents reverse flow of current, so technically, you could connect as many of them together as you want, I use similar panels on a small “bass buggy” fishing boat, it’s all electric and totally charged by solar energy.

  • http://locatecellnumbers.yolasite.com/ Dwayne Beesley

    Interesting read. There is currently quite a lot of information around this subject around and about on the net and some are most defintely better than others. You have caught the detail here just right which makes for a refreshing change – thanks.

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