Top 3 Solar Gadgets

by : Dan Ionescu



Curious how many gadgets not only will improve our life but will help nature in the same time? Read the top of the 3 most useful solar gadgets.

Art Haines' Solar DIY Car Kit The Art Haines' Solar DIY Car Kit will enable you to build your own Electric Vehicle (Low Speed Vehicle - usually 25 miles per hour in the U.S.A) without special tools. The solar powered car vehicle is recharged from the sun or can be plugged in. The Art Haines' Solar DIY Car was built using surplus and new parts, aluminum extrusions, styrofoam, wood and ABS plastic. Building your own solar car will help reduce pollution.

Solar-Powered Radio & Flashlight with Rechargeable Dynamo The Solar-Powered Radio offers you listening pleasure anywhere. You just need a little sun power. This radio is 4-Way Powered: solar, dynamo generator, AC adapter, or 2 AA batteries. Solar-Powered Radio & Flashlight is a great travel gadget. You will be able to listen your favorite radio shows and if you need to see better in the dark the flashlight is included. The features for this cool gadget are AM & FM reception -- AM range: 525-1650 KHz, FM range: 88-108 MHz; Built-in dynamo generator with manual winding lever, Built-in flashlight (with clear, amber and red lenses); Hi-fi speaker and 3.5mm earphone jack. The size is compact (6"L x 3.25"H x 1.65D) to be easy to carry it.

Solio Universal Hybrid Solar Charger Solio, the Universal "Hybrid" Charger is powerful enough to charge all of your handheld electronic products at home or on the move, anywhere under the sun. Solio is a Hybrid because it can accept power from either the wall socket or Sun storing this energy within Solio's internal rechargeable battery. When fully charged Solio can store enough power to charge a typical cell phone or an iPod Nano at least two times. With this solar gadget you can charge: Cell Phones, iPod / MP3 players, Smart Phones / PDA's, Game Players, GPS's and Digital Camera's. Solio will charge your device at the same rate as your conventional charger. Charging Solio's internal battery takes 8-10 hours of direct sunlight. When charging a cell phone directly from the sun, 60 minutes of sunlight will provide approximately 25 minutes of talk time and ten hours of standby time. If you run out of sun but have a conventional power source nearby you can use the included wall adapter, Solio will fully charge in approximately 4 hours.

In conclusion using solar gadgets will help reduce the pollution. The solar gadgets are not expensive and the best part is that solar energy is free. So we all should use as much as possible solar devices.