Travelers and beach-goers will love how the Solar Cool cooler uses the sun's energy to keep your food and drinks as cold as a conventional fridge. This way you'll have more room for your drinks and snacks instead of having to overflow your cooler with ice.
The Solar Cool is an innovative food cooler and solar panel fusion. While the Solar Cool is shaped like a conventional white-topped cooler, it actually functions much like a fridge. The solar panels located on the lid of the cooler harness the sun's energy to keep your drinks and food super cold for 18-hours without the need for ice. Not only can you keep your snacks cold, you can also use the solar panels as a charger for your phone, iPod or any other technology device. Did I mention this cooler is also environmentally friendly?
The Solar Cool Uses the Sun's Energy to Stay Icy Cold
1. Solar-powered Coolers - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop more efficient solar panels for coolers to provide longer cooling times without the need for ice.
2. Portable Solar Charging - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Create portable solar panels that can be easily integrated into various products, such as coolers, to provide renewable charging solutions on the go.
3. Eco-friendly Cooling Solutions - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Design coolers that utilize alternative cooling methods, reducing reliance on traditional refrigeration and minimizing environmental impact.
1. Outdoor Recreation - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Introduce solar-powered coolers and charging solutions to enhance the outdoor experience for campers, hikers, and beach-goers.
2. Renewable Energy - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Merge solar technology with cooling systems to create efficient and eco-friendly cooling solutions for a variety of industries, such as food and beverage or medical.
3. Consumer Electronics - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Collaborate with consumer electronics manufacturers to integrate solar charging functionality into everyday products like coolers, backpacks, or phone cases.