TYLT Energi+ Backpack $129

TYLT Energi+ Backpack

  • Design
  • Effeciency
  • Durability
  • Convenience
  • Value

While not the first backpack on the market to incorporate a charging cell, the TYLT Engeri+ Backup has quickly rose in the ranks to be one of the better quality packs around.  The Kickstarter born backpack set out to reach $50,000 and they beat that goal by about 25% with the help of over 550 backers.  This is not a pack for any casual person, this backpack is really targeted and best used by the gadget junkie or techie. It can surely be used by anyone, but the retail price of the backpack and its rather small main storage compartment may make it less than optimal for those that are not after its primary goal of storing and charging all your gadgets with its built in.

Please note the unit I am reviewing is one of the first units delivered from the Kickstarter Project. While I validated the specs are still valid from the website, I may not be aware of any updates sine the product was released in May of 2013

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