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Kokomo, IN – (StockNewsDesk) – 12/18/2014 — The Solarhug bracelet has created a huge buzz in the tech market being an effective charger powered by solar energy. It can be also used as a USB flash drive.  The draining out of power quickly or running out of energy is the most common problem we face with all our technical gadgets. You may not want to  get disconnected from people in an emergency or may not like to miss out an opportunity to capture a memorable picture. The Solarhug bracelet will appear as a savior in these kinds of situations.

The Solarhug bracelet is basically a bracelet shaped portable charger. However, it is different from  other portable chargers that are widely available in the market. It has a built-in solar panel on its body. This panel helps the device to produce the energy that can be used for charging with the help of the sun. It can also be called the smallest and most private power plant. You can own this power plant on your wrist and be able to charge the closest device. You can use the device easily while charging it with Solarhug bracelet.

It doesn’t only charge the device but also charges it quickly. You can gain 2% of battery usage with one minute of charging, so you can get your entire battery charged within 50 minutes or less. Doesn’t it sound awesome? The technical mechanism of Solarhug is great. When you wear it during the day, the solar panel keeps charging the internal battery, and it is being stored. Now, when you connect your device with this tool, the power is transferred, making this tool operational during the night, as well. You can hold the device in your hand and use it while it is being charged by Solarhug. Also, this mechanism is mobile, not static, which is a huge plus point for this product.

Solarhug bracelet: An ecological external charger

The Solarhug bracelet is made of aluminum and covered by a flexible solar panel. It will be available in three different colors. The natural one will be silver in color, the elegant will be black in color and the luxury one will be available in a golden color. This technology is highly compatible with a modern lifestyle where you can carry your emergency power support with you. It can be used as a piece of jewelry while it will serve an important purpose.

You can attach this device to a computer, as well. It will act like a USB storage drive with available space of 128GB. It has a colorful LED light that will indicate the battery status. The Solarhug bracelet will vibrate if it needs your attention for any reason. The bracelet is good enough to be called ecological. If the situation is too cloudy or you are inside your home, then you do not have to worry at all. The solar panel is wide enough to be functional even in these conditions. The device is thin and light weight. You do not have to put any extra effort into carrying it, as it’s only 80 grams in weight. The entire device is water resistant, so there is no problem if you get caught in the rain. This product is available through Kickstarter as they have taken this initiative.

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