Baby Steps To Sustainability? Find The Best Solar Powered Gadgets This 2022

Date Feb 15, 2022
Blog category Power
By Staff writer
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Of course, getting solar power is not just limited to fully installed solar panels. These days, you would be surprised at the number of solar-powered gadgets out there. From small chargers to appliances, it's time to take these small steps to save money on power, and use more reliable solar devices in your everyday life whenever possible.

Whether you like to spend most of your time indoors or enjoy some time outdoors, you can surely use solar energy in your own small way. Baby steps, as they say. Aside from keeping your devices charged and reducing your power bills, you're also promoting a more sustainable living. Check out some of the best solar-powered devices you'd want to get your hands on this year.

Solar chargers

Solar chargers are perfect if you like to spend your free time outside, whether it be camping, beach trips, or long drives. But apart from that, they can also come in handy even when you're home, especially when there's a power outage.

X-DRAGON SunPower Solar Panel Charger

This charger has eight panels that can produce up to 40W of power juice! You can plug in your mobile phone, tablet, or laptop with its barrel charger in five different sizes. It also has a connection for your car battery. It's a great charger to get as part of your emergency kit. To top it all off, it has an 18-month warranty.

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Hiluckey Solar Charger

If you’re not into bulky gadgets, this small but handy solar charger is for you. It has a built-in battery and 3-fold-out panels that capture enough power to provide juice for your phones and other gadgets. 

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SOARAISE Solar Power Bank

If you’re rarely home, you might want to consider a solar power bank! It’s a high-capacity battery with solar charging and 25,000 mAH. The panels are great for charging up the battery while you’re out. What’s even better is it’s IP65 water and dust-proof, and comes with a built-in flashlight and clean faux-leather style.

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Solar keyboards

If you spend a lot of time in front of a computer and you need a reliable keyboard wherever you go, a solar-powered keyboard would be a good investment. Compare devices and see how long they could last without a solar charge.

Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard

With an ultra-slim design and great features, this solar keyboard stands out from the rest. It's specifically designed to help boost your productivity. It has a dedicated number pad on the right side to make navigation and data entry easier and is wireless for a better work setup.

This works with Macbooks, too.

Macally Wireless Solar Keyboard

For Apple users, this solar keyboard has it all: solar and wired charging and great style, with more attention to detail such as adjustable kickstands to prevent wrist strain. Its multi-sync Bluetooth capabilities allow you to pair your keyboard to other apple devices and switch easily, whether its a wired or wireless connection.

Its 4 solar panels can recharge its 600mAH battery using any light source, including the LED lights in your room! What makes it a good purchase is you can do wired charging if you don’t have any light source. It lasts for up to 150 hours per charge in complete darkness.

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Arteck Wireless Solar Keyboard

Charge your solar Arteck wireless solar keyboard using any light source. It has a long battery life that can last up to 6 months. Even if you're not tech-savvy, you can easily set it up by inserting the nano USB receiver into your laptop or computer, and you're good to go.

Solar appliances

ABFOCE Solar Bluetooth Speaker

Whether you're outside or indoors, listening to music can easily put us in the right mood. With a wireless, solar-powered Bluetooth speaker, you won't have to worry about your speaker dying on you again — at least for as long as you have a light source.

This speaker's got you with its lithium-ion battery that has 60 hours of playtime after a full charge. Every ten minutes, the solar panels charge. It has a compact design and weighs only 1.06 pounds, so you can take it with you anywhere.

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Ring Solar Panel

Keep your household secure with a security camera, powered by the sun. Ring’s solar panel camera is powered by a battery so you only have to charge it every few months! You can also connect it to a Ring Solar Panel or a 3rd-party panel so you won’t have to worry about charging it.

GoSun Fusion Hybrid Solar Oven

This solar oven relies on the sun during the daytime and then switches to electricity at night! It can also cook even if it's rainy, cloudy, or snowing. If you're out of both power and sunlight, this oven can be powered using your car, boat, or any 12V power source that you have.

Ready to go solar? Join thousands of Kiwis already enjoying the great benefits of solar power! Get 20% OFF your fully installed solar panel with Harrisons Solar. Choose from their 8-panel, 10-panel, or 12-panel solar systems, and pay interest-free for 48 months. 

You can also check our FREE solar power comparison page to see the best renewable energy offers in your area. Switching providers is easy and free. glimp.co.nz

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