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In The Press

Sun 1, Oct 2006

Todays Pilot - Oct 06

Small and lightweight, the powermonkey takes up little space in a flight bag. In best case scenario it could enable you to keep listening to your iPod while you wait for the weather to clear, in a worse case scenario it could mean the difference between making that emergency call to Search and Rescue or not.

Sun 1, Oct 2006

Yachting World - Oct 06

Monkey Business.

This handy little portable powerpack is claimed to hold its charge without leakage for up to a year, providing an emergency backup supply to recharge your mobile, PDA, iPod or digital camera through a range of connectors that come bundled with the unit.

Designed to give around 96 hours standby on a mobile or 40 hours listening time on an iPod, the powermonkey can be recharged from either 110v or 220v, with interchangeable heads for the UK, US, Australia and Europe.

Sun 1, Oct 2006

Stuff - October 2006

Have you seen our SoundTraveller Micro speakers in the October edition of Stuff Magazine?

"SoundTravellers rock like speakers twice their size"

The guys at Stuff really know what they're talking about so grab yourself a "rocking" SoundTraveller now

Sun 1, Oct 2006

BBC Focus Magazine - Oct 2006

Another month, another great review for the powermonkey...

Catch it in BBC Focus magazine, issue 169 October 2006.

"a genuinely useful back-up power source for all your portable devices"


Sun 1, Oct 2006

Motor Boats Monthly - Oct 2006

Riding on the crest of a wave....

powermonkey's done it again with another superb review in the October 2006 issue of Motor Boats Monthly.

"powermonkey to the rescue!"

What are you waiting for? Get your Sea legs on and climb aboard the powermonkey party boat!