Original web offer details & such: $49.99 + S&H. Notes: Prices & Taxes Vary.
The one innovation I want in a cell phone isn't a newer touch screen. I don't really want a 12MP camera - though that would be awesome - and I don't need apps. What I would like is a cell phone with a solar powered backing so I can just put it down and let it charge without having to worry about bringing my charger everywhere I go. Is that too much to ask for?
In the mean time, I'll have to check out cool products like the Juicebar. It won't put a solar powered backing on the back of my iPhone but it's the next best thing: a solar-powered charger. This way I can escape civilization on another extended roadtrip and not worry whether or not the next place I stop at has electricity or not - or indoor plumbing.
Yes, those places still exist.
But the question is: will you get squeezed if you order the Juicebar?
Let's find out!
The Juice Bar is a pretty killer solar powered phone charger that helps save on the electric bill, especially if you're like me and you leave the charge plugged in 24-7. This incarnation of the Juicebar is down to $49.99 and covers most all the smartphone products out there including Blackberry, iPhone, and cell phones as well as accessories including Nintendo 3Ds, Sony PSP, iPods and more. So long as you get good light, you have the capacity to use the Juicebar.
According to buyjuicebar.com, Juice Bar claims the following features and benefits:
- green-friendly solar technology
- engineered to charge apple products
- high-capacity battery
- wonderfully priced
- helps reduce carbon footprint
Order Process: We went looking for complaints on the order process and didn't find any. Our typical online indicators didn't have any issues flare up. There's no BOGO and you should expect sales tax if your state bills for sales tax. Also, be aware of a S&H price we're guessing. And there's also an upsell process but you'll be good to go.
Product Performance: Another fun tech review. This is the second review I've gotten to do today where most of our favorite websites did reviews on them. Here's what they had to say:
Think Geek - raves by the website and the readers. We like the fact they pointed out that Juicebar uses USB cables as well as Apple devices. And, it's good to see they like LED lights as much as we do!
BrightHub - This site gave glowing reviews for the Juicebar charger as well. It broke it down into a few elements and gave rave reviews for them all.
Tech Radar - The group tested out the JuiceBar before the current model - which now handles Apple products. The team there liked the incarnation of the product they had.
The Gadgeteer - we actually found out from this review that the product's originally a UK product.
GizMag - This 4 year old review gave some good product stats according to their review.
Gas just went up to $4.20 a gallon in Chicago. I'm gonna need some cost-cutting alternatives in order to fulfill my love of roadtrips. I could see myself using the Juicebar - especially since my fav websites loved them.
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