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Beautifully designed high capacity charger with built-in retractable cords that will power an iPad, iPhone, Android & more

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Hey Everyone,

For starters, thank you all so much for your support.  Because of you we have a legitimate shot at winning the Lexus Ignition competition!  That being said, the race is still extremely close and the competition ends tomorrow, so if we could ask you all to vote one last time it would mean the world to us.  So please take a second to go to www.lexusignition.com and vote for SolarPOP.  

p.s. Sorry for sending out multiple updates, but winning this competition means a lot to us, and the POP product.  You have all been awesome in your support and understanding.

Thanks! 

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    1. Creator Neil Dorset on October 1, 2012

      Would have loved to have voted but the insular nature of the competition meant that those of us that live in the rest of the world were excluded!

      Congratulations anyway, appears you didn't need my votes after all.

    2. Creator Brian T on October 1, 2012

      Congrats to James and the Edison Junior Design Laboratory team! So does this mean we will be seeing a solar top with this launch?

    3. Creator James Siminoff on October 1, 2012

      Just wanted to thank everyone that voted, we won!!!

    4. Creator Ferenc Molnar on September 30, 2012

      Unfortunately it is only for US citizens...

    5. Creator Hans Verhoeven on September 30, 2012

      That's through. I used a proxy server to cheat.

    6. Creator Sonja Boluijt on September 29, 2012

      It's not quite a fair competition, as I'm not allowed to vote for you guys, because I don't live in the US.... ;-)