Friday, October 9, 2015

Portable Power-Keeps Electrical Going/Juice Flowing


Curiously-it's the friends/family who live in the 'burbs---who lost 2 weeks worth of electrical power courtesy of Hurricane Sandy-who are STILL-the least prepared for the next major storm, power wise.

HINTS: A few easy ways to keep the electricity firing up critical appliances and personal electronics...without a major investment...for those at home-in an emergency,  or on the go, outdoors... never miss a selfie moment.

From EnerPlex "Always in Charge™" lighter weight ( relatively speaking) large scale generators and portable power packs+ solar options that can fire up a slew of appliances...or a once and in a few hours, respectively. Pictured below EnerPlex Generatr 100 $349.99-USB outlets for phones/tablets, 94Whrs portable power, USB 12V, 19V laptop port and integrated AC inverter outputs

 this Generatr Y1200 on pre-order $1399.99 as of this posting, contains USB, 12V as well as standard wall outlets for charging....1231Whrs portable power-charges via AC adaptor or solar panels like the Commandr Solar Panels...
various sizes of portable-fold-up SOLAR PANELS for collecting-durable, flexible and lightweight-includes on pre-order now- Commandr XII -can be dropped and even get wet still functional. What else-solar and battery phone cases...

for USBs 

stackable EnerPlex Jumpr power packs---only need to plug in one to charge up both-magnetic stack+charge=nifty. Tethered micro USB+lightening connector outputs---can be chained up to charge a power hungry device too $39.99

THE BALTORO 75 from backpack specialists,  Gregory Mountain Products---teamed up with portable power company Goal Zero...launching this seriously trek worthy Baltoro 75 GZ hauler with NOMAD 7 Plus Solar Panels...all integrated -on top lid.

Goal Zero-Nomad 7-Solar 7W capacity

Response A3 Suspension Technology balances the load
stretch mesh water bottle side pocket, lotsa tool attachment loops +upper shock locks

all the bells and whistles of the award winning Baltoro 65...up top removable rain cover stows away in its own zipped pocket---external pocket-for sleeping bag or loading design, removable Sidekick-doubles as daypack/reservoir sleeve, double barrel lid design

vented, formed back panel...can see the ergonomic design...Lumbertune removable insert. QuickSwap 3D interchangeable pre-curved LifeSpan EVA foam harness & hipbelt in multiple sizes to precisely fit each body, and on the hip belt-WeatherShield PU-coated hipbelt accessory pocket with YKK AquaGuard® zipper

FYI-ETA APRIL 2016 $429

-the MASSIVE  TUNDRA 75 by Yeti=great back up fridge---stick in some dry ice...and keep food safely cold (PermaFrost™ Insulation)  for days---though with integrated BullDog straps guides- slots for secure ratch down possibilities- popular choice for  truck -boat owners..imo-remove the dry goods shelf basket-it can double as an ice bath (66lbs worth) post strenuous exercise or keep 50 cans chilling' for the team. Available soon $449.99-  rugged Rotomolded design and 2 inches of pressure injected insulation-indestructable practically speaking, double haul handles-military grade nylon rope to carry it to and fro', Vortex™ drain system-easy clean, BearsFoot™ non-slip feet, No Sweat™ design keeps it dry on the outside