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October 09, 2012

The Monster Watts Hybrid Solar Battery Case Available for Half the Regular Price


Whether you are indoors or outdoors and away from electrical outlets, you can recharge your iPhone (News - Alert) 4 / 4S with the Monster Watts Hybrid Solar Battery Case anytime, anywhere. The most interesting part of the news is that now this Hybrid Solar Battery Case 4 Bumpers Package (earlier with a price of $128) is available for a price of $64. The steep drop in the price has been levied by Monster Watts due to the introduction of the iPhone 5 power connector.

Monster Watts is company of solar powered accessories for Apple products such as the iPhone and iPad, and external battery cases for Samsung (News - Alert) Galaxy phones. The company’s design team is based in New York and has factories in Asia.

Monster Watts, an innovator of external battery chargers for Apple (News - Alert) and Samsung phones, has offered iPhone 4S Hybrid Solar Battery Case to make room for the iPhone 5 model arriving in December.

The Hybrid Solar Battery Case 4 Bumpers Package is available total of 4 color bumpers with limited inventory in stock.

Using battery cases and even solar powered chargers to extend the battery life are not a new idea. The Monster Watts model is still the only one that keeps Apple's design integrity with high functionality.

The Monster Watts Hybrid Solar Battery Case has been praised because it combines the highest efficiency solar panel charger with the most powerful rechargeable battery in a thin protective case made of tough ABS (News - Alert) material. It comes in black or white, and can even be personalized with replaceable color bumpers. 

Users can relax knowing that with the extra 150 percent battery life and ambient sunlight; their iPhone 4S will not run out of power, all day and night. 

The hybrid charging design automatically charges the 2400 mAh rechargeable battery whenever it's under sunlight, but just in case, it can also be charged from any PC or standard phone charger via the built-in USB port. Of course, all buttons and ports are still fully accessible.




Edited by Rich Steeves
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