Specs: 5v 2.5 watt 500ma solar panel, at least 5000 mah battery, 13x15cm length and width, depth tbd, up to 2A charging output
First I'd like to say, we need your help in raising enough money to make sunpack the new gadget of the future. We will use the money we raise on kickstarter to buy a 3D printer and semi-mass produce plastic enclosed sunpacks to give to our backers.
The sunpack our backers will receive will have at least a 5000 Mah Li-Ion battery like the one used in our prototype. The sunpack also uses a 2.5 watt solar cell to combine compact size and solar efficiency. The sunpack, as mentioned in the video, has two ways of charging. The first being the solar cell, and the second being through a micro USB port.
Because the battery stores power from the sun or wall outlet, you can charge your devices at night or low light conditions.
Our solar charger is very competitive combining the best features that other chargers like it have but improved upon at a much lower price.
Any pledges will go a long way. Please help us get to $1500 so we can proceed to grow and mass produce this product. Thanks!
- Harrison and Jackson
Risks and challenges
All we have left to do is make a 3D model of the enclosure and find another battery supplier. We have plenty of time to complete our project before our kickstarter is over, but we wanted to get this up so we could complete orders and raise money for the 3D printer.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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