May 1, 2007
They can be used to charge cell phones, ipods or PDAs on the spot, or they can be placed in the sun to gather energy and store for later use. There are five different versions. The larger units have more panels and collect the sun's energy faster, making them especially suitable for use with ipods or portable video devices.
The smallest is a flip open, compact unit with two solar panels. All the units are plastic, in a clam shell design that has a sleek, tech look, and protects the solar panels when not in use. They have an on/off button and an LED light that shows the status of the battery as it charges.
The minimum order is generally one case of 40 units per style. However, the company will work with new retailers in developing smaller orders, with increases over time. Prices vary, depending on style. Wholesale prices range from $17.30 a unit for the smallest version to $34.99 for the largest. The corresponding suggested retail prices range from $34.99 to $55.99 a unit.
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Baltimore, MD 21244
Toll free: 877-837-6527 or 866-358-0010
Topic: New Products
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