Charge Your Cell Phone While You Hike. Keeps Portable Electronic Devices Powered While You Are Mobile
Using the power of the sun, this backpack keeps your cell phone, iPod, MP3 player, PDA, or other portable electronic devices charged. Its built-in solar panels and a 12V DC socket provide power while you are on the go. Use it for navigation devices or walkie-talkies while hiking, e-readers and tablets while commuting, or music players while you are lying out on the beach. With contoured and padded straps, roomy compartments, and lots of pockets to fit all your gear, this backpack is comfortable and functional for everyday use.
Devices connect to the backpack with a standard 12V power adapter (sold separately), like one you would use in your car. The socket is located in the front compartment, giving you easy access to the charging devices at all times. Pockets are sewn into the compartment to keep all your devices and accessories organized and handy at a moment’s notice. Openings at the bottom of the pockets allow you to route the cable to charge the device and keep it extra secure while you are trekking around. Providing up to 4 Watts of power, the backpack’s solar panels keep you up and running no matter where life takes you.
Can’t seem to find the right accessories for your cell phone? Well we have compiled a list of the most essential accessories that you would need!
1. Hands-free Bluetooth Accessories:
There is nothing worse then getting a ticket for talking on your phone! By using a hands-free bluetooth device that connects to your cell phone you could be a safer driver and avoid a costly ticket!
Don’t get caught without any power in your phone and no charger around! We have products that ensure you will have backup power to make that important phone call.
Ensure that your device does not get scratched!With these stands you can protect it from spills, knocks, or drops that occur on your desk, nightstand or counter.
Check Out a Full List of accessories!
The Scosche powerMOUNT™ is a universal charging mount that allows you to secure and charge your iPod, iPhone, MP3 player or cell phone from your vehicle’s 12 Volt dash socket. In addition, the powerMOUNT features its own 12 Volt socket to power other accessories. With the rotating T-notch ball mount, you can position your device to the easiest viewing and operating position.
Cell phones have faced much controversy over the past few years as studies began to emerge that linked them to cancer, while other studies were published that denied any link. Whether there is a link or not, the city of San Francisco decided to take precautions anyway and they became the first city to require cell phone retailers to state the radiation-emission data for each phone. According to Mark Westlund, who is the spokesperson for the San Fransisco Department of the Environment, “There’s enough information out there that long-term (cellphone) use may increase the risk of certain kinds of cancer…We believe customers have the right to know” Click here to read the full article
It is no surprise that cell phone radiation may have negative effects on people, but would you ever guess that it would effect bees? An experiment was conducted at Panjab University, located in Chandigarh, India to see the effect of cell phone radiation on bees. For three months, researchers placed a cell phone next to beehive and powered them on twice a day for 15 minutes at a time. The result was jaw dropping. According to CNN, “After three months, they found the bees stopped producing honey, egg production by the queen bee halved, and the size of the hive dramatically reduced.” Click here to read the full article
Now you may be wondering,” How can I protect myself from radiation and electromagnetic fields?” Well here at Smarthome we sell:
Recently, many studies have delivered warnings about long-term exposure to cell phone radiation and certain electromagnetic fields. But since these dangers can’t be seen by the naked eye, how can you protect yourself and your family? The CellSensor EMF Detection Meter measures both of these hazards with an easy-to-read gauge that also beeps and glows when high readings are detected. The CellSensor runs on one 9-volt alkaline battery (sold separately).