The JOOS Orange allows you to get out and experience all that the world has to offer without worrying about the low battery warning on your phone. Utilize the power of the sun to stay connected to the people you love. Explore the world you live in without worrying about where you’ll find an outlet to charge your iPhone.
After it’s had a chance to soak up an hour’s worth of rays through it’s solar voltaic cell, the JOOS Orange’s 20-watt hour lithium-ion polymer battery has enough charge for you to talk on your iPhone for two hours. You can also charge the JOOS Orange by connecting it to the USB port on your laptop. A fully charged JOOS Orange stores enough power to completely charge an iPhone four times!
Not only can the JOOS Orange charge your mobile phone, but it can also charge an iPad, GPS system, video camera, Kindle, iPod and more. It’s convenient for traveling, camping, and emergency situations like power outages or natural disasters.
One of the main benefits of the JOOS Orangeis its virtually indestructible construction. Given that your new JOOS Orange will spend a significant amount of time under the open sky, it has to be prepared for any weather. The JOOS Orange’s dense exterior is entirely waterproof and resistant to heavy abuse. It’s powerful enough to charge even when the sky is cloudy and overcast. To prevent theft, the JOOS Orange is designed with a hole for a security cable to fit through. A pair of sturdy retractable legs can be adjusted to position the angle of the JOOS Orange for maximum exposure to the sun.
The JOOS Orange is easy to use. All you have to do is connect the item you want to charge and let it go to work. Two LED lights blink, showing you when your JOOS Orange is getting enough sun and how much power it’s currently holding.
JOOS users can also download myJOOS, a free application that allows you to monitor the power of your JOOS Orange in real time.
The JOOS Orange gives you incredible mobility for less than two hundred bucks. The JOOS Orange is getting the attention of traveling business people, campers, and technophiles everywhere.
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