In my recent travels, I have found one of my most needed devices is a charger for my phones. I know that I use a little more juice than the average person, but I am sure everyone has had their cellphone or tablet die without a charging station or outlet in site. Probably one of the worst things that can happen to you is for you to run out of juice with no place to recharge. Not only is it a huge inconvenience, but also it can make you feel rather insecure. This is especially true with your cell phone should your kids need to get a hold of you or if something even happened to where you needed assistance on the road.
Keep Your Cell Phone Charged
Here are a few tips to keep your cell phone charged while travelling.
- Plug Your Phone In At Night Before You Leave: Start the day off with a fully charged battery to help get the most from your cell phone.
- Turn Your Phone Off When You Are In The Air: You would not believe the amount of battery life that is eaten up by the phone constantly searching for a signal.
- Turn Off WiFi and BlueTooth: Both of these eat up your cellphone battery when a signal is not readily available.
- Bring A Spare Charger: Always carry a charger with you so you can plug in when you see an outlet.
- Utilize a Solar Cell Phone Charger: Harness the power of the sun to keep your devices charged, then you do not need to find a charger.
Solar Electronic Device Charger
This solar electronic device charger holds four times the power and twice the battery storage of most solar chargers in the market ensuring your technology will never be without power again. It also conveniently fits in any size bag making it easy to transport. This charger is a universal USB battery that stores power for efficiently charging your items on solar power. Using the USB cable that is provided, or using optional AC travel or DC car chargers can recharge the battery when solar power is not available. A typical phone will take 4 -5 hours to be fully recharged with this charger, however 1 hour of charge time will equal 3 hours of talk time.
There are actually two 2.0-Watt Solar Panels that generate power in sunlight. They are very durable, and able to withstand abuse as well as being waterproof and lightweight. The solar panels will recharge the USB battery in 7 hours with the use of direct sun, or can be charged in 5.5 hours using USB port on your laptop or the optional AC/DC chargers.
The Amp Solar Charger is not only beneficial with phone charging, but can charge handhelds such as the iPod Touch, Classic, Nano, Shuffle, Garmin, the Nintendo DS with an optional adapter, as well as tablets and digital cameras.
There is such a sense of security knowing that you will not be without your device, whether it is for an important conference call you need to be part of, an important project you need to take care of on your tablet or just being reachable. For more information, a complete listing of all compatible devices and to purchase your own Amp Solar Charger visit their website.
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When camping or when the power is out at home (which tends to happen a lot!)
This would be great when we’re on vacation!
when I’m out on teh beach!
camping and during the summer at the creek!
Camping, or on a trip.
I would use the solar charger when traveling a long distance & locally.
on vacation.. on the beach! My battery drains alot when I’m out fishing on a boat or on the beach, this would be perfect
I probably use it on a long trip
at track meets – people kept asking if anyone had a charger in their cars that charged cell phones with your car off
I’d use the solar charger most when I’m away from home for several days (and when I unexpectedly run out of power because I forgot to recharge my phone).
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