Could you imagine how worried his family must have been?
What's stuck most was the fact he wasn't able to let his family know that he was okay for days following the storm.

Could you imagine how worried his family must have been?

Could you imagine how you'd feel if you went days without hearing from a loved one who was in the path of a massive hurricane?

He told me that, despite his preparations, he didn't have a generator.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, he didn't think to turn off his phone which was in his pocket searching for a cell signal and draining his battery.

Before he knew it, his phone was dead, and the power was out.

It was days before the power was restored and he was able to charge up his phone and let his family know that he was alive and well.

I wonder how many people went through that in the early days after Hurricane Harvey, Katrina, Irma, Maria and Florence?

There's 2 easy ways to make sure that you can charge your phone (and other critical electrical devices) even when the power grid is down.

The first is one that EVERYONE should own. This small device is so portable that it can fit in your pocket and clips to your bag so you can harness the power of the sun.

The second is one that EVERYONE should at least consider owning (mission critical if you rely on a CPAP machine - or similar). 

If you're looking to power small medical devices or other critical electronic devices (for health or pure creature comfort) check out this incredible device.
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