Powapacs range of innovative products aims to bring your bivvy into the 21st century. Its easy to feel disconnected during longer sessions out on the bank, but thanks to the meteoric rise of the Powapacs brand your next trip can include several home comforts. The range includes several USB lighting options, a portable TV complete with Freeview, a DAB+ radio and a range of power banks that pioneer renewable charging technology, just to name a few.
The Powapacs DVB T2 portable TV is the most advanced portable Freeview TV on the market and is the first TV aimed specifically at the fishing industry, subsequently it has become one of Powapacs most popular products. The TV enables you to watch live broadcasts and even schedule recordings, keeping you amused on the bank for hours, providing some light relief whilst waiting for a bite. The Powapacs TV usability is not limited to fishing, it would be equally adept at keeping the kids entertained during long car journeys or on your next camping trip, regardless of how you plan to use the DVB TV it's easy to see why its become so popular with anglers across Europe.
Powapacs have also made a name for themselves manufacturing a plethora of clever lighting options; the Luxx light can be remotely operated and is rechargeable via USB, the Powalite+ is fitted with a motion sensor and has a battery life of up to 250 hours, ideal for illuminating your bivvy or swim if you’re awoken by your screaming alarm in the night. The Powalite XL is a remote operated multi-functional, waterproof light which can also be used as a power bank via a USB connection.
As an alternative to the portable TV, you can stay up to date via the Powapacs DAB+ Radio, the luxury of radio, your favourite playlist or the latest podcast can be a welcome soundtrack to your session.
With all your new Powapacs products you’re going to need a power source to recharge them on longer sessions, the Powapacs Atom is a high-capacity power bank and is the brands flagship product. The Atom comes in two sizes, the Atom 60 with a 60,000 mAh capacity and the Atom 78 with, as the name suggests, a 78,000 mAh capacity, both of which will power multiple devices for days at a time and keep you and your bivvy charged and connected.
Aside from the substantial capacity of Powapacs power banks, what sets them apart from the competition is the renewable recharging accessories, two solar panels are available meaning you can now continuously power all your electronic devices regardless of how long a session you are embarking on.