Solardyne Launches Emergency Sun on Kickstarter Personal Utility for Emergency Power During Natural Disasters

Personal Power Supply uses Solar energy to charge Rechargeable AA batteries which are used directly through a 12 VDC Cigarette lighter Plug. USB converter power's Smart Phones and other vital electronics during a natural disaster, or other emergency. Personal utility to power electronics for campers, boaters, hikers, RVs, homes, and cars.

Natural disasters including Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Floods, Fires, and Tornados wreak havoc on vital infrastructures particularly electrical supply.  “Electricity and communications are vital after an emergency, and usually the first thing to go.” said Emergency Sun inventor Toby Kinkaid.

“When people are caught in a Natural disaster, and need to be on the move, powering Smart Phones, Tablets, and Computers can be problematic.” Kinkaid continues, “The Emergency Sun is designed to be rugged enough to survive physical trauma, and provide vital power for Smart Phones, GPS, and other electronics when you’re caught in a physical emergency - and traditional power just doesn’t exist.”

We live in a digital world, and should a natural disaster occur, Emergency Sun can power your vital electronics when the power goes out.

Toby Kinkaid, CEO

“In the Pacific Northwest the Cascadia Subduction zone has become the 800 pound Gorilla in the room, and without a portable power supply people will have only throw-away type batteries to use, and they won’t last long.” Says Kinkaid, “the Emergency Sun is different by charging Rechargeable AA batteries, available everywhere in the world at nearly every hardware store.”  Kinkaid continues, “many batteries are thrown away after use.  The Emergency Sun charges internal Rechargeable AA batteries which can be accessed directly, or through a 12 VDC cigarette style Output Plug, and a USB converter providing up to a year and a half of energy charging without replacing the batteries.  The Emergency Sun is ideal for Campers, Boaters, Emergencies, and use outdoors.”


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