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Top 6 Solar Powered Bags to Take You Back to School in Style

by , 09/01/11

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A VOLT OF ENERGY

With 4 Watts of juice, the Voltaic Converter is a powerhouse that will charge your phone, mp3 player or other electronics in a flash. It has a sophisticated, no-nonsense design that will turn heads on campus while also keeping all of your supplies organized with its padded laptop sleeve and easy to access front pockets.

Voltaic Converter Solar Bag – $199 from Voltaic

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AUGUST SUN

If you like to carry a tote or a purse to class in lieu of an actual backpack, the NoonSolar Augusta is right up your alley. Made of supple, naturally dyed, heavy metal and chemical free leather, the Augusta is lady-like sophistication on the front and pure power-collecting panel on the back.

Augusta Solar Bag – $442 at Evolve

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2 Comments

  1. syntonic August 22, 2011 at 11:18 pm

    This list is great, I didn’t even know there were all these other solar bags, I got mine at http://solarprostore.com I think its was the best investment I ever made considering I can charge my phone anywhere!

  2. rixturey August 11, 2011 at 3:15 pm

    Love the backpacks — hate the price. If it were less than $50 more people would buy them.

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