The Ultimate Power Pack

Designed for everyone from the urban commuter to the adventurous camper, Prism is the most digital-friendly backpack out there. Like any good pack, it’s waterproof, shock resistant, comfortable, and quickly accessible. But what sets it apart is a built-in 4000mAh solarcharger that delivers power to your phone, tablet or other electronic devices. Solar panels located at the top are always exposed to the sun while you’re wearing it, so as long as it’s shining you’re getting juice!

How it’s made:
The polycarbonate frame was CNC cut out of a sheet of 1/4″ thick Lexan, and bent into shape on a cold-steel bender. It’s entirely removable, which was a manufacturing decision to simplify the sewing process. Basically, the fabric skin is made of dual layer polyurethane-coated nylon for water-proofing and durability. This skin is stretched taught over the frame, and then zipped up around it, which keeps the whole system in tension, providing a tesseract of sorts for your laptop or tablet on the inside.

Designer: Luke Mastrangelo


  • Radke says:

    I want one now!

  • chris says:

    where can i order one?

  • Arn says:

    What about durability? Was it tested?

  • Adas says:

    How r u?

    How much this wonderful pack? And i would like to know about delivery to Kazakhstan ( Aktau city)?

    Thanks in advans

    best regards, ms.Tamayeva Adas

  • |Slugsie says:

    So how long does that piddling little solar panel take to fully charge a 4000mah battery? My guess is that on an average day in anywhere that isn’t a desert you won’t manage to fully charge the battery. Probably even 2 days won’t be enough. Plus how much does that battery weigh?

  • Marcel says:

    Thank you for sharing your info. I really appreciate your efforts
    and I will be waiting for your next write ups thank you once again.

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