Ginkgo Solar Tree Charging Station

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Inspired by the gorgeous Japanese Gingko tree, the Ginkgo Solar Tree is a solar charging station designed for keeping your iPhone and iPad fully juiced.

Constructed from eco-friendly plastic and bamboo, the station houses an extra large, rechargeable 4.000 mAh lithium battery to store your clean energy. Simply plug your mobile devie into the tree, place your device atop the small black grip pad, and the aluminum base will display the status of your battery using 4 blue lights. There’s even a green LED light that will pop up when charging the actual Ginkgo itself. The tree stores enough energy to fully charge your phone within 2 hours, and can be scooped up from $120 online. [Purchase]

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