Basic Solar-Powered Gadgets to Have in Case of Emergencies
Stock on the basics.
The country has been experiencing frequent power shortages. In these times, it may be a good idea to start investing in devices that don’t run solely on electricity generated by fossil fuels but also on solar power. To help you get started, we’ve compiled a list of solar-powered gadgets you may want to have in case of brownouts.
A solar bank can keep your phone fully charged in various situations. Whether for leisure activities like camping trips or emergencies such as being stranded during a typhoon, having a solar bank will definitely come in handy.
Promate solar bank
This solar bank claims to have highly efficient solar panels that allow it to quickly recharge and can charge up to two devices at the same time. Perfect for keeping your phones, radios, and other communication devices alive.
A rechargable lamp is a must in emergency situations, especially during typhoon season when long power outages are common.
Firefly Rechargeable Solar Emergency Lamp - FEL435
P1,092 (from P1,365), Shopee
This lamp has a built in solar charges, which means you don't need to lug panels around.
Having solar-powered floodlights installed in your home may become very useful, especially at night. It will give attention to the location of you and your family.
Eurorecar Heavy Duty Flood Light
P550, (from P790), Lazada
This device is water-proof, resistant to bad weather conditions, and is remote-controlled.
In may be a secondary need, but if you have seniors in your family, having a fan in times of emergency can help keep them comfortable.
Akari 12-inch Rechargeable Oscillating Fan
This rechargable fan is compatible with solar panels, and comes with them too. It can keep you cool and charge your phone simultaneously.
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