Super-Portable Solar Briefcase Lets You Carry Solar Power Everywhere You Go

by , 09/04/14

Solar Briefcase Portable Generator

Grab the handle of this self-contained solar device and go! SolarBriefcase is an amazing portable generator designed and assembled by North Carolina-based company, LinorTek. One of the most portable solar generators on the market, it performs reliably in both everyday and emergency situations, and can be used at home, work, or outdoors. A built-in solar panel recharges a heavy-duty 18 amp/hour battery, and the product features power outputs for both 12 and 120 volts DC, as well as USB, allowing many different devices to be charged. An LCD screen displays the condition of the batteries, as well as the amount of power being utilized. Long battery life is ensured due to the master cut-off switch, allowing the device to be stored safely for long periods of time. SolarBriefcase can act as a convenient daily recharging device, and is now available at Alternative Energy, Inc.

+ Solar Briefcase by LinorTek

+ Alternative Energy, Inc.

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  1. PBErickson December 1, 2014 at 4:54 pm

    A car roof rack would be a great accessory.

  2. Eric Mitchell November 23, 2014 at 10:06 pm

    If you’re looking for a lighter weight unit with more power, check out You’ll find a 250 Watt portable unit weighing less than 16 lbs. with a built in 20 Watt solar panel.

  3. carealist September 7, 2014 at 4:20 pm

    This looks nice, but was hoping for more battery capacity.

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