Solar-Powered Bluetooth Headset


Now available in solar, these Bluetooth headsets run about $90 to $100 and come with no external charger as solar panels are built into the unit.

The headset by Igua is the first solar-powered headset on the market. When fully charges it can provide up to 9 hours of talk time in darkness, 200 hours of standby time, 12 hours of talktime in indirect sunlight.


4 Responses to “Solar-Powered Bluetooth Headset”

  1. If I was stranded on a desert island….= )

  2. Hope you can come by my site sometime.

    I’m trying to blend Real Estate and intellegent design.

  3. Oh! This is something unseal but can be useful, I hope this will push through and can also be durable and dependable because we can get to save more money using it.

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