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Eclipse Solar Ion camera bag
Mark Peters : November 25th 2005 - 14:56 CET
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EclipseCamera & Video bag from Eclipse Solar Gear : Eclipse has announced the Solar Ion Camera/Video Bag. Keeping the batteries charged and ready to go is an obsession for many consumers of personal electronics. What happens when you are outside in a remote area? The Eclipse Solar Gear product line is designed to trickle charge the batteries of many types and brands of electronics including cell phones, PDAs, hand-held GPS units, MP3 players, iPods, and AA batteries with a convenient solar charging solution. Ideal for the avid photographer, the Solar Camera Bag features an integrated solar panel providing power to trickle charge your rechargeable AA batteries or digital camera batteries while spending the day at your favorite outdoor event.
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Designed to be a durable product and a convenient source for an alternate charging solution, the Eclipse Solar Gear bags should be ideal for the outdoors-oriented or mobile professional. As with all of our products, the integrated solar charging module can be utilized by plugging in your existing 12V auto adapter (cigarette lighter adapter). There are no extra adapters needed. The solar panel is made to withstand the environment and provide a long-lasting source of solar energy. The bags carry a limited lifetime warranty for materials and workmanship. If a product fails due to a manufacturing defect and/or material defect, Eclipse Solar Gear will repair or replace the product. The Solar Camera Bag is set to ship in December.

About Eclipse Solar Gear
Eclipse Solar Gear is an Innovus Designs Inc company brand located in Round Rock, just north of Austin, Texas. The company was formed in 2003 with the mobile consumer electronics user and outdoorsman in mind. The Solar Gear design was an inspiration during a day on the beach while on vacation. Many people were basking in the sun, talking on their cell phones, and having a great time. The inspiration stemmed from noticing how many of the beach-goers were worried about their cell phones. The worry was not about the quality of service, or the amount of minutes they had, but about the life of their batteries. Why not use the sun to extend the battery life, and have a little piece of mind that your phone battery is not going to be drained? The Eclipse Solar Gear products are stylish and built to last. We need your support to succeed, so feel free to contact us with any questions or comments. We are interested in your personal views because we want to please our customers! Spread the word; a new line of quality innovative products are available on the web!

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