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    Dahon Biologic ReeCharge Charges your iPhone as you Pedal

    Dahon Biologic ReeCharge Charges your iPhone as you Pedal

    Dahon’s Biologic ReeCharge lets you run portable USB powered devices while you ride.  Essentially, it’s a battery with a USB port that charges from the energy generated by your dynamo, and then tops-up your device when you plug it in. That means you can charge the battery and then charge your device when you arrive at your destination, or, if it’s practical, charge your device on the go, allowing you to use your smartphone’s GPS function while riding.

    Dahon Biologic ReeCharge Charges your iPhone as you Pedal

    Dahon Bilogic ReeCharge’s 1600 mAh Lithium polymer battery is stored in a waterproof silicon case, with sealed connectors so that you can still charge it when you’re riding in the rain. Plus the unit can be detached, so, once you finish your ride, the battery can also be easily removed and taken inside to be charged by USB or from the wall. It comes with connectors for different devices including, iPhones, newer Nokias and Sony, Samsung and BlackBerry devices.

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    It will take you about 3 hours to charge your iPhone, so you’ll need to spend a bit of time on your bike to charge larger batteries from scratch. The Biologic ReeCharge should be available any day now for around $100.

    Published on Jun 16, 2010

    David Novak
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