Cell Phone Charger Energizes Batteries with Solar Power

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Roland Kleinfeld, a jeweler and entrepreneur, has designed and developed The Ultimate Solar Charger, a cell phone charger that uses solar power to recharge dying batteries.

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Roland Kleinfeld, a jeweler and entrepreneur, has designed a cell phone charger that uses solar energy.

Kleinfeld was inspired for the solar powered cell phone charger while at a local fair on vacation in Shenzen, China. "I saw lots of garden light products and camping lights running on solar energy. At the same time, I was on my cell phone talking to an associate, when my cell phone battery died during a very important moment--don’t they always? How ridiculous in this day and age to have a cell phone battery die on you with all the technology the world possesses!"

And so the Ultimate Solar Charger was born. Kleinfeld hired a staff of technical engineers in China to perfect the technology before they even designed the look of the solar powered cell phone charger.

The Ultimate Solar Charger fully recharges a cell phone battery, and can hold the charge for up to 14 days. Users can also talk on the cell phone while it is charging.

The solar cell phone charger is compatible with most cell phones, including:

  •          Over 30 Nokia models
  •          20 Ericsson models
  •          14 Motorola/Nextel models
  •          8 Seimens models

Specific cell phone charger compatibility is available at http://www.UltimateSolarCharger.com. To be liberated from old-fashioned electrical cell phone chargers and become more eco-friendly, visit http://www.UltimateSolarCharger.com to learn how to order a solar cell phone charger.

About Roland Kleinfeld

Roland Kleinfeld spent most of his 52 years traveling all over the world in the Jewelry business. Feeling he needed a new challenge in life, Kleinfeld took a trip to China for 14 days several years ago. He went with the mindset that he wanted to find something – a niche of his own – to make for a better world. It was while in China that he began to imagine the first solar powered cell phone charger.

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