The lightweight backpack contains a unit which harvests radio waves in the surrounding environment and converts them to electricity. When radio signals are low, the solar charging unit kicks in. The bag is also capable of inductive charging when placed against an inductive charging power mat – increasingly found in airports and restaurants.
The energy generated is stored in a battery, similar to a power bank, and the user can charge their devices anywhere, anytime by plugging in to the unit using a USB cable. The battery pack charges in under 90 minutes when the radio wave, solar and inductive units are working at their optimum.
The AEON Power Bag is made from locally sourced renewable and reusable materials.