If the idea of leaving your phone with Orange for a while doesn’t appeal (there may be queues to use the facility, or simply you don’t want to be parted from your phone, or you want to charge something else), then you’ll need to consider your own charging options.
Firstly, there’s the, currently on offer at , and shown above. This will recharge itself from the sun, and then you can use the device to charge your gadgets and phones (it comes with roughly 10 adaptors to fit the majority of devices you would have). It also can be recharged via USB before you go. The freeloader comes in Silver or pink. It will take some while to charge itself (5 hours is stated), which might be too long to wait.
In that case, you’ll need to add the available in the same green and pink (but not silver strangely)., which attaches to your bike or rucksack, and will charge your Freeloader much faster (it’s listed as 4 hours, but we would expect a greater difference between the two, so one of them must be stretching the truth). This comes in green or pink, and includes it’s own case. If you want a case for the Freeloader to protect it too, they are also
What else has Solar powered fan, a solar powered clock (designed for outdoor usage), a solar powered torch (which also functions as an alarm clock). Finally, if you are worried about losing children, you might want to look at the , which comes with 2 tags, and you can then use the control unit to locate the 2 tags (and hence whatever is attached to the tag).got for the good weather: a
Any special offers are valid until July, although if you want them in time for Glastonbury, you’ll need to buy them fast (some offers may be website exclusives).