New “Briefcase Backup”
Provides Instant Backup
Electrical Power In A
Convenient, Portable Briefcase
From: Thomson, Illinois
April 5, 2018
Would you like to be able to participate in one or more of these activities without completely roughing it:
- Trips to remote locations?
- Rock climbing?
- Beach activities?
If so, then what I have to tell you today may be one of the most exciting things you will hear all year.
Hi, my name is Bill Heid and I’m the president and owner of a small, private technology company in the Midwest called Powerful Living.
Remember back when (if you were lucky enough) you went camping with your family or you went fishing or hunting with your dad or grandfather and how you were glad to “rough it.” In fact, that was part of the experience… and… some would argue, the most memorable or pleasurable.
However, these days, “roughing it” is just not as practical as it once was. In our modern age of connectivity it’s very hard to completely “unplug”. A lot of it is habit (some say bad habit). But if you are a business owner like me, with multiple demands on your time…
Spending A Week
Completely Cut-Off From Society
Is Just Not Practical!
But recently, I came across a hot, new product that can give you the best of both worlds. That is, you can “rough it” but still stay connected and enjoy some of the “creature comforts” of our modern age.
Once I saw this product (and had my team thoroughly test it out) I just knew I had to add it to our product line.
It’s called the Briefcase Backup™. And it represents a breakthrough in portable, solar-powered backup electricity.
This thing is truly amazing. It’s made of tough, waterproof ABS plastic, has an attractive, breifcase-style design with carry handle, and weighs just 12 pounds.
When closed, the Briefcase Backup™ is virtually indestructible. I say “virtually,” because, of course, anything can be destroyed. But it’s tough. Ultra-tough! So much so, it comes with our “90-Day ‘Guaranteed Tough’ Guarantee”. But more about that later.
First, what’s most amazing about this product to me is…
How The Briefcase Backup Works
The Briefcase Backup uses simple plug-n-play technology and can be charged two different ways:
- It can be fully charged and ready to go in 5 hours by plugging it into a standard 110 volt AC wall socket….
- You can flip open the lid to expose the two, 10 watt, monocrystalline solar panels outdoors and have a full charge in 16 hours…
After that, you’re ready to go. The unit has a small, waterproof side panel that opens with a quick twist of two knobs to reveal:
- 2 USB Ports
- A 110 Volt Receptacle
- A 12 Volt DC Power Outlet (Cigarette Lighter Port)
- Two, 12 Volt DC Coaxial Plug Outlets
- A 110 Volt Power In Port With Power Cord For AC Charging
- An 18 Volt DC Power In Port For Charging From An External DC Power Source
- An AC-Out On/Off Power Switch
- A DC-Out On/Off Power Switch
The Briefcase Backup can be used to charge:
- Cell Phones
- GPS Units
- mp3 Players
- Digital Cameras
- Portable DVD Players
- Gaming Systems (PlayStation, XBOX, PSP, etc.)
- And all kinds of other small rechargeable battery devices
In addition, you can directly run many devices off of the Briefcase Backup™, such as:
- A laptop and printer (it powers a 20 watt laptop for 6.5 hours)
- An audio system or a small PA system
- Lamps (it powers two, 8-watt LED bulbs for 7.5 hours)
- A small fan
- Hand tools
- 12 volt automotive accessories (For example, a small, 12 volt air compressor to fill a tire)
- A low-power TV
- And much, much more
The Briefcase Backup has a clear, LCD display panel that shows how much charge is left in the battery (both in meter and percentage form). It also shows when your power is on or off in both AC and DC mode… and… any error messages if a problem occurs.
And then you have the built-in intelligent controls that offer…
- Automatic short circuit protection
- Automatic overload protection… and…
- Automatic DC reverse polarity protection
Lastly, but not least, the Briefcase Backup has a 3-watt LED flashlight with a flashing SOS mode and power switch.
Truly, the Briefcase Backup can be a great addition to any and all outdoor recreational activities.
However, it also provides additional protection in case of
Power Outages Due To Disasters…
Both Natural And Man-Made!
Every year, natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, snow storms and ice storms wreak havoc all across the country leaving millions of people without power.
For example: The U.S. Department of Energy reported that Hurricane (or Superstorm) Sandy knocked out power to more than 8.2 million homes and businesses.
And just the year before, Hurricane Irene topped that with just shy of 8.38 million homes and businesses losing power.
Those are major events for sure… but… there are many, many smaller ones every year that, although they may not dominate the news, are no less dangerous or distressing to the people experiencing them.
Truly, once you start researching power outage events, they seem nearly endless.
And there are also major issues with our highly-connected, highly-vulnerable, aging power grid, the coming smart grid/smart meter technology, potential EMP events and governmental interference that could easily double or triple electricity costs in the near future and almost surely cause power shortages.
I don’t have space here to discuss all these factors that could disrupt your power supply… and… there’s no need.
The bottom line is: Almost no matter where you live in the U.S., it’s not a matter of “if” you will be affected by some sort of natural disaster (or other factor) and lose power…
It’s Only A Matter Of “When!”
And, although the Briefcase Backup is not a powerful enough system to run major appliances in an outage situation… you can certainly use it to stay connected as needed should you lose power. Plus, it makes a great companion to stronger portable units such as our PowerSource 1800.
In fact, if you have a stronger unit like our PowerSource 1800, using one or more Briefcase Backup units to power your smaller devices will allow for even longer run times on survival-critical items such as, refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, electric fireplaces, furnace fans and more.
By now I’m sure you are wondering how much the Briefcase Backup costs.A business associate of mine passed along a source that was willing to offer a decent discount for larger lots. That being the case, I purchased several hundred units at a discount… and… I’m going to pass the savings on to you.
But, since I have a limited supply, I must set a strict limit of one Briefcase Backup™ unit per order.
Product color may vary depending on availability.
Here’s The Deal:
You can purchase your Briefcase Backup™ Unit for $1,000.
AND… just to ease your mind, I also want you to know that I am shouldering all the risk until you actually try out the Briefcase Backup and see for yourself just how good it really is… with our…
90-Day “Guaranteed Tough”
100% Money Back Guarantee!
Here’s How It Works: Try out the Briefcase Backup under any conditions. If it fails to perform as I’ve described here… or… it breaks or malfunctions in any way, just return it to my office and you’ll receive a prompt refund of your full purchase price (less shipping and handling of course). No hassles. No questions asked.
But that’s not all I am going to do! If you are one of the first 50 people to order today, I’m going to include…
“THE BIG BOOK OF OFF-THE-GRID SECRETS”
How To Protect Yourself And Your Family
In The Coming Hard Times!
This is one of our most popular books and inside you will discover more than 1122 tips, tricks and secrets for living a healthier, safer, lower cost, more self-reliant life!
From survival gardening, to alternative health, to effective homesteading, to self-defense and more… there’s something in this guide for everyone.
Whether you just want to live a better, more natural lifestyle… or… achieve total “off-the-grid” self-sufficiency this book can show you how.
And it yours to keep… even if… you decide the Briefcase Backup™ isn’t right for you and you return it for a full refund. It’s my way of saying thanks for giving it a try.
Fair enough? If so…