By Daniel Coughlin, Aug 12, 2013 | Updated: July 15, 2016 2:59 AM
Why waste money on leccy or batteries to charge your devices? Harness those free summer rays with these eco and wallet-friendly gadgets.
Perfect for a picnic or a day at the beach, this DAB radio rocks an in-built solar panel that provide continuous play in sunny conditions.
Get the Roberts Solar Radio now for £79.95
The ultra-portable Logitech K760 for Mac, iPhone or iPad is powered by light, both natural and artificial, so it will work fine whether it's sunny outside or not.
Get the Logitech K760 Solar Keyboard now for £71.99
A great camping essential, this solar-powered Thermos-like kettle will provide hot water on tap when the sun is shining.
Get the Solar Kettle now for £38
Handy for hiking in the middle of nowhere, this backpack features a solar panel connected to a battery so you can charge your mobile devices on the go.
Get the Solarbak now for £99
Yes, it is a bit dorky, but we just couldn't resist including this bonkers baseball cap, complete with solar-powered fan.
Get the Solar Baseball Cap now for £12.79
The coolest device in our round-up, the solar-powered Soulra XL dock for iPod and iPhone boasts a 22W output, eight speaker drives and a bass boost function.
Get the Soulra XL Docking Station now for £139.95
Ditch the batteries, be kinder to the environment and opt for this solar panel mouse that you can charge in artificial light conditions.
Get the Elive Light Solar Mouse now for £34.15
This state of the art analyser scale also works in low or artificial light conditions and powers up within a few minutes.
Get the Salter Solar Eco Analyser Scale now for £35.36