Build a high tech emergency kit
September is the time to build a disaster supply kit, including staples such as clean water, food, first aid, lighting, and backup power sources to charge your phones/computers.
If you are looking to create a bundle for your apartment:
- AlpenGlow 500 lantern: A rechargeable lantern featuring high-efficiency ChromaReal LED technology to accurately render the colors in your environment with the glow of warm natural light. Great for ambient lighting when the power goes out. The lantern also doubles as a portable power bank, delivering portable power to the palm of your hand.
- Charge 80 PD: A power bank designed to charge laptops, tablets, phones, and more (fully charge a 13" laptop, 5 iPhones, or 16 HeadLamp 330s).
- HeadLamp 330: A rechargeable headlamp weighing only 69g, the headlamp sits flush on the forehead without the worry of slippage. Far better than a flashlight, the HeadLamp 300 keeps your hands free.
- Solar Panel 5+ : Power tablets, phones, and other gear with 5 watts of usable electricity. Use energy in real-time or store for later with the integrated 2,200 mAh battery.
If you are looking to create a bundle for your home:
- SolarHome 620: An easy-to-install solar panel captures daily sun to charge up a central control box which powers 3 hanging lights, USB charge-out, and an MP3/FM radio system. BioLite's first-crossover product, the SolarHome 620+ is currently in use in over 100,000 homes across western Kenya. The system comes packed in a kit the size of a shoebox.
- HeadLamp 200: BioLite's most compact headlamp weighing only 50g. Rechargeable so you don't have to worry about batteries
- Charge 20 PD: A compact power bank that can charge multiple devices at once (approximately 1.5 smartphone charges)
- Charge 80 PD: A power bank designed to charge laptops, tablets, phones, and more (fully charge a 13" laptop, 5 iPhones, o