Save Energy With Solar-Powered Speakers


Share your music anywhere with this solar-powered speaker unit. Small and lightweight, the unit is ideal for travel, with an integrated solar panel providing power away from a mains supply. The stylish black speakers use wireless technology to connect to Bluetooth compatible phones (including the iPhone) or MP3 players. For gadgets without Bluetooth a 3.5mm connector is supplied. The 2 x 2W speakers also contain a built in microphone. When paired with a suitable phone they allow Hands-Free communication. A clear touch screen is user-friendly, with Fast Forward, Playback and Volume control.

Solar Speakers

A solar panel, running across the top of the speaker unit, charges an internal Lithium-ion battery. When fully charged the battery allows up to 12 hours continuous play from devices using Bluetooth, or 36 hours play via the 3.5mm cable connection. The speakers can play and charge simultaneously, with a complete charging time of between 12 and 24 hours from sunlight, or 4 hours from a mains AC/USB supply. With this many charging options, you’ll never have to face the day the music stopped! The unit comes with a protective case, AC/DC plug and charging cable. Share your music freely, or simply enjoy stereo sound without headphones.

The solar speaker is available to buy here.

This is a guest post by Rob from WasteCare.

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  1. This sounds like a very cool device. It’s just too bad that it doesn’t come with a built in fm radio or something. If you’re going to take this camping or somewhere outdoors, you wouldn’t want to drain all the batteries in your cell phone in the process.

  2. @Laptop: That’s a good point. Wouldn’t have been a big deal to put a FM radio in there atleast. I think the best solution would’ve been to have an in-built mobile phone charger too since it’s capable of producing it’s own power with solar energy.

    Till then,


  3. can this be used in well-lit room, or does the solar panel need to be under the sun?

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