Solar Powered Purses

Noon Solar creates a unique type of bag that is biodegradable and built with flexible solar panels to charge your phone or mp3 player while you’re on the go! Check out the video.

6 Responses to “Solar Powered Purses”

  1. Really goes to show how innovative people can be with a few basic ideas. As solar panel tech is getting more and more easy to use, I think we’re going to see a lot more products like this, with solar providing relatively low-cost, efficient solutions to everyday problems. Looks sleek, too.

    Anyways, what a fantastic product! I’ll be sure to write about it today, thanks for the video.

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  6. [...] at Got2BeGreen, here’s a great post about solar-powered purses. Was the world anxiously anticipating their arrival? Probably not. But the bag charges your cell [...]

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