Retrofitted Solar Power And iPod Controlling WW2 Bags
World War 2 buffs and sustainable survivalists rejoice as there’s a new bag in town. Actually it’s rather old. Using a German backpack and a satchel from the last World War over 50 years ago, Vancouver BC company KILLA claims that the durable fabric will last you another 50 years and hopefully through the next World War.
Made in an absolute limited quality (only 20 units of both bags produced each year), these bags have been retrofitted with solar panels for storing the sun’s energy for use later. Each bag also contains iPod controls that KILLA partnered with QIO Systems to use their Paniq devices to control any iPod or Bluetooth enabled module. Sounds very cool indeed.
No info on pricing at this time.