Tommy Hilfiger Men's Solar Panel Jacket

Body Location

Worn on the Body

Primary Application

Lifestyle

About Men's Solar Panel Jacket

Tommy Hilfiger's Solar Panel Jacket provides a solution to keeping mobile devices charged while on the go. Designed in part by Pvilion, a Brooklyn-based innovator of flexible PV solar products, the jacket uses solar energy to charge a battery unit, which then charges devices. In direct sunlight, the jacket can capture more energy that what is needed to charge most mobile devices. 50% of net proceeds from the sale of the jacket go to the Fresh Air Fund, a nonprofit agency that provides funds for disadvantaged children from New York City to attend summer camps.

Company

Tommy Hilfiger

Device Name

Men's Solar Panel Jacket

Product Release

December 2014

Price

$419.99 USD

Men's Solar Panel Jacket Network


Power Source

Solar Power

Connectivity

USB

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