Capture Wind and Solar Power on Your Bike

My husband and I have taken quite a few bike rides in the fall and spring; cruising the many biking trails available in the area.  While riding we typically listen to our iPods, kind of a serenade along the trail.  Last time we were out, about 10 minutes into the ride, my iPod went dead. Don’t get me wrong it was still a great ride and the scenery was peaceful, but I missed the accompaniment of my music. When we got home I took a little time to search the Internet for an eco-friendly way to charge my iPod or iPhone while out enjoying nature.  I found what looks to be a great product;

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You can buy one of these Hymini systems directly from NerdSeven.com, they provided us with super fast shipping…

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It’s called a Hymini Deluxe pack, this includes a wind-powered charger plus a mini Solar Panel attachment, there is also a bicycle mount, so you can produce eco-friendly electricity while on the move.  This would be a great product when camping or anytime you need electricity for a quick charge, but there are no electrical outlets available.  The Hymini Deluxe pack features:

  • Eco-Friendly wind turbine generates electricity
  • miniSolar panel absorbs sun’s rays to charge Li-On battery
  • Stores power using built in 1200mAh Lithium-ion battery
  • LED charging indicator lights
  • lightweight, completely portable charging

The product with a bicycle mount can be purchased for about $80.00 plus shipping from a great site called NerdSeven.com;

http://www.nerdseven.com/green_gadgets/hymini/hymini_deluxe_wind_powered_charger_with_solar_panel/

What a great product,  I’ll never have a dead iPod again!

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7 Responses to “Capture Wind and Solar Power on Your Bike”

  1. Does this product use wind and solar power to charge?

  2. That is a fantastic device. I would love to collect something like that. Thanks for the product information.

  3. Green power energy such a great science to create huge alternative energy, I hope people will read it more, nice discussion

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