Let’s face it; we live in a generation obsessed with electronic devices. It seems like anything, and everything, requires some type of power source these days. Many of us are slaves to our cell phones or other devices, and we have unknowingly trained ourselves to stay within eyesight of an outlet. Sadly, being tethered to some sort of powercord or car adapter has become a way of life for many. For the most part, it is not too big of a problem because there is usually a source of power available from the office to the airport to restaurants and everywhere in between. However, how do you keep a charge on these electronics when you venture off the grid; when there is no electricity to be found such as on a hunting or camping trip? Or what if you have no electricity at your home, as in the case of a power outage? What are we supposed to do with our cell phones and other electronic devices then? Do we leave them behind or completely do without? Many health experts would recommend we ditch our devices every now and again. If, for no other reason than simply to help us recharge our own internal battery. In truth, many of us find it difficult to do that—even if it is good for us.
The good news? There is a product which is portable, easy to use and designed specifically for charging electrical devices, such as your cell phone without electricity. The Bushnell PowerSync Solar Wrap Mini offers the perfect solution to those who want to go off-grid while staying connected. Capturing solar energy from the sun is not new, however building gadgets and devices to capture the sun’s energy is an evolving science. The engineers at Bushnell have developed a whole family of devices to capture the energy of the sun.
The Bushnell PowerSync series uses advanced amorphous silicon thin-film solar technology. In layman’s terms, it performs in less-than-full sunlight plus it collects energy more efficiently than other crystalline products on the market. Redundant wiring throughout the solar panels means each cell collects energy independently therefore a damaged cell doesn’t significantly reduce the overall performance of the unit. Because it carries the Bushnell name, you know it is more durable and portable than rigid crystalline panels.
- Charges an integrated lithium ion battery.
- Accepts any USB connected charger in its USB port.
- Has a standard USB port you can plug into a standard wall outlet for charging if the sun is not out.
This device is lightweight—weighing in at a mere 3.1 ounces—and easily rolls up to 4.3 x 1.25 inches making it compact and easy to tote when being used. When it is fully unrolled, the SolarWrap Mini measures 18.25 inches long.
The Bushnell PowerSync Bear Grylls Solar Wrap Mini offers maximum portability and reliable power with solar power storage charging your devices and is a great solution when you decide to go off-grid.
Have you ever been without power and wondered how you would get along without all your electronic devices? What did you do? How would the PowerSync SolarWrap Mini have saved your day? Share your stories in the comment section.