We went through photos that customers have turned in over the years from their bicycle touring trips and here are some of our favorites. For more on mounting systems on your bicycle, see our guide for solar and bicycle touring. …

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We’ve just heard from Matt Young, a Peace Corps volunteer that is 10 months into his placement in the central African nation of Zambia. With his Spark Solar Tablet Case¬†always by his side, Matt is working to promote fishing and …

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From December 15th to January 15th while we were complaining about the cold and snow up here in New York, the Climber Science team was making their way across Costa Rica by kayak, mountain bike and their own two feet. …

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The Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya contacted us about providing a way to power their laptop in the field, it was hard to say no. The conservancy is home to 4 of the last 7 remaining Northern White Rhinos in …

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We recently got a nice email from Matthew Perpick about their Nine Rivers Documentary. They took canoes on a thousand kilometer trip: “The journey begins in Pickle Lake, where Ontario’s paved roads end, and follows nine rivers that cross three …

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People in Boston have a new way to keep their phones charged. The seat-e doubles as a bench and a phone charging station. It also uses Voltaic’s 3.4 Watt solar panels and our V39 USB battery. The seat-e was recently …

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A group of Italian, Mozambican, English, and South African scientists and film-makers are heading to the mountains of Northern Mozambique this November to Jaunuary for a biological survey called the SkyIslands Project. According to the team, “These mountains are geographically …

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Two of the principals of STEPSOVER Adventure Factory in Italy spent four weeks touring through the rugged, remote region of Ladakh in India without electricity or outside support. They brought along our Array Solar Charger to power 2 DSLRs, GoPro, …

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Our August Gear Winner is paddling down the Mississippi to “create a video documentary about watershed communities and their relationship to the Mighty Mississippi River.” As Paddle Forward makes their way South, they shared some pictures of the Fuse 10W …

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Dutch Explorer Arita Baaijens recently completed a 1500 km journey on horseback around the Altai Mountain Range in the heart of Central Asia. This was the first known circumnavigation of the range. The journey took her through Russia, Kazakhstan, China …

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