DIY Emergency Solar Power When You Need It. Inexpensive, And Easy Set Up

You never know when your power is going to go out, so it’s imperative that you are prepared. We think this DIY emergency solar power system is a great idea. It’s a simple build, and it’s inexpensive as well. This system may be stored in something such as a small cooler so it can be moved easily as you need it.

The emergency solar power system is not super powerful, but it may be used to power things such as lamps, radios, and phones so you can stay in contact with family, and friends.

The following video does a great job of showing you how to build the system. If you use it sparingly the system should last 2-3 days before recharging.  If you look around a bit for the parts you can probably build this set up for around $60.

As I mentioned this is not a real powerful kit but it will be reliable for its intended use. It’s a heck of a lot better than no power at all. This also would be a good addition if you are living in an apartment or mobile home.

"3 Good Reasons Why You Need

The EZ Battery Reconditioning Program is a "must have"
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Rather than ramble on we thought you'd get more 
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wrote in to say…

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I was actually just about to spend thousands of 
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Hey Frank and Tom, I was just about to buy a new battery for 
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