No one wants their phone battery to die while you’re in the middle of nowhere, or their camera to shut down while they’re about to take the best photo of the trip. Batteries can’t stay charged forever, but there’s hope. There are things you can do to keep your gadgets alive while you’re out in the great outdoors.
The Best Ways to Keep Your Gadgets Charged on Your Next Adventure
Part of the beauty of spending time outdoors is the ability to separate yourself from everyday life. Some gadgets make it on the trip, whether to stay connected, in case you need assistance, or to capture some of your favorite moments outdoors. Whatever the reason, keeping your devices alive while outdoors can be tricky but it’s nothing that a few tips can’t help with. Next time, you can keep your smartphone, tablet, GPS or whatever device you carry, up and running until you make it back home. Here are 3 things that can help:
If you need serious power, not anything will do, but a portable lithium battery generator might be exactly what you need. These generators store power in much larger capacities than other alternatives. They are a great option when you’re car camping and the best thing about them is that they provide quite, clean energy that produces zero fumes.
Anyone who owns a smartphone needs a battery pack in their life. They allow you to recharge your phone via USB ports, and you can even do it several times over. The capacity of these packs is measured in milliamp hours (mAh) and their capacity can go from 2.000 mAh to 15.000 or more.
Portable Solar Panels
Solar panels have gained a lot of popularity and they are capable to keep smaller gadgets charged, and under control. You can store energy from the sun and then use it when you need it the most. Some can be clipped to your backpack or the outside of your tent. The downside is that they normally don’t have more than one USB port.
Now you can head on your next adventure with some peace of mind, knowing how you can keep your devices well-charged throughout your trip. Book your next trip with Mile Hi Rafting and just make sure you bring what you need to keep your gadgets up and running.