September 29, 2012
iPhone/Smartphone/GPS Dynamo Charging System and Bicycle Light
Never again worry about your smartphone or GPS running out of juice — ECOXPOWER keeps your smartphone or GPS charged while you peddle.
Once speeds reach 3 mph, the charger will begin to charge your device.
Charging times vary based on your speed.
The state-of-the-art Dynamo charging system connects to your front fork and uses the force of your turning wheel to charge.
The ECOXPOWER will keep your USB device charged and also light your way via integrated front- and rear-facing lights.
The internal battery has 700mAh capacity.
At 3 mph, the charging system will begin to power any standard portable USB device — iPhone, Galaxy 2/3/Note, Blackberry, GPS, etc.
It takes approximately 1.5 hours at 12 mph to completely charge the internal battery.
The integrated front light is a 1w 80 LUX White LED and there are 2 rear S/B Red LED's.
The lights can be turned on/off either on the charger or via the wired handlebar-mounted on/off switch.
What's in the box: ECOXPOWER USB charging system with integrated lights, water-resistant touch screen case for your smartphone/GPS, handlebar and fork mounting hardware, USB converter cable, Allen key to adjust mount for various hub sizes, manual.
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I can remember generators that clamped to a fork and made contact with the sidewall of the bike's tire. They would keep your bike light lit, so long as you were riding!
This looks to be a boon to bicycle touring.
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Sep 29, 2012 10:41:46 AM
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