Gallery: Big Sale on Noon Solar Power Bags- $100 off!


Noon Solar’s chic energy generating bags have been a big hit with us ever since we first covered them in 2007. We’re so enamored with these beautifully crafted solar powered totes that they were some of the first items we featured in the Inhabitat Shop when it launched last November, and now we’re excited to announce that they’re on sale with a 25% discount!

Noon Solar bags are pretty expensive, and not without good reason (they are handcrafted and solar power ain’t cheap!) — but a 25% discount makes a big difference. Most of these bags are OVER $100 off right now, so if you’ve been thinking of getting one – there is no better time than now, because this sale will end soon!

Noon Solar built these bags using first rate materials with sustainability in mind – Founders Jane Palmer and Marianne Fairbanks wanted to make sure that the bags would be non-toxic to the environment so they are made from hand-dyed hemp and vegetable-tanned leathers. Even the solar panels and battery packs can be removed and recycled. We think it’s amazing that each bag not only provides ample space and pockets for holding just about anything, but also harness the power of the sun to keep your gadgets powered with plenty of juice. With such classic, tailored looks, these bags are sure to last until you are ready to retire them to the earth.


$313 – NoonSolar Cortland Tote

$309 – NoonSolar Augusta Tote

$282 – NoonSolar Sawyer Bag

$303 – NoonSolar Oakley Tote


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  1. YpoCaramel February 14, 2009 at 5:01 pm

    Leather’s not the worst thing they can use – I’d expect a of fabric bags have a lot of non-biodegradable plastics and PVC and the ilk… Though the other downside to leather is that it really drives up the price so its out of reach to a lot of people, especially non–fashion guy types.

  2. kaygee January 28, 2009 at 1:55 pm

    I love these bags, I just wish they were non-leather — so much more eco-friendly.
    And friendlier to cows, too.

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