Solar Backpacks Bettendorf IA

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Dick's Sporting Goods
(563) 441-7500
Shops on 53rd and Elmore
Davenport, IA
 
Ed`s Auto Inc
(309) 797-9793
171 55th Street
Moline, IL
 
BMX Racing Zone
(309) 796-4455
2905 19th Street Em
Silvis, IL
 
Moline Boat & Motor
(309) 796-2420
500 South 2nd Avenue
Carbon Cliff, IL
 
Croegaerts Great Outdoors
(309) 788-4868
4002 11th Street
Rock Island, IL
 
Jackson Performance Center
(309) 796-0850
15301 Coaltown Road
East Moline, IL
 
Mid America Recreation
(309) 764-5089
1330 5th Avenue
Moline, IL
 
Shooting Sports Unlimited
(309) 797-2222
512 12th Street
Moline, IL
 
Bike & Hike
(309) 788-2092
3913 14th Avenue
Rock Island, IL
 
Pinnacle Stanrick Corporation
(309) 787-4100
2916 78th Avenue West
Rock Island, IL
 

Solar Handbags and Back Packs

Solar handbags and back packs are advantageous over solar clothing, in that (of course) you don't have to wear them. Walking or hiking out in the sun, your fabric integrated solar panel can be used to soak up the sun's energy and provide free energy or backup power.

The solar bag from Solar Style, Inc. retails for about $200, but it will pay for itself in a year. It will charge a 600 mA (mega amp) battery in three hours, any sunny day. This is certainly big enough to charge your cell phone but not big enough to charge your laptop.

The solar backpack is another possibility for charging small electronic devices such as a PDA or an iPod. It's the perfect solution for those times when you're biking or hiking for several days and can't do without your e-mail or your tunes.

As with other solar technology, the development of progressively thinner solar cells will make nifty little gadgets like these more versatile and useful in the future. ...

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