Brunton Portable Power Introduces the Resync For 2012

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posted on May 18, 2012
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The Resync is Brunton's solution for demanding USB devices like tablet computers and e-readers, and is also compatible for smaller devices such as smart phones and GPS units. With a power gauge and auto shut-off, you never need to worry about overcharging. The all weather shell tough rubberized Adventure-Armor™ provides a positive grip and impact protection for extreme use. High efficiency ports and protective Adventure-armor™ makes this portable power pack the back-up of choice for hunters out in the field.

Weighing just 10 ounces, you can easily stow the Resync in your backpack when heading out for your big game hunts. It is waterproof and has a durable rubberized shell to help protect it from the elements.

Resync Portable Power Pack Features:Output: 5 volts 2,100 mA USBInput: 5 volt USB or 12 volt DC, compatible with USB-based or 12v Brunton solar panelsCapacity: 9000 mA rechargeable Lithium Polymer batteryCompatible with Brunton Sync Tech™ enabled headlamps and task lightsWater resistantDurable rubberized shellPower gauge and auto shut offDimensions: 2.7" x 5.7" x 0.9"Weight: 10 oz.

MSRP: $168.00

ABOUT BRUNTON: The leading manufacturer of equipment for the outdoor adventure, Brunton's passion for innovation and quality dates back to 1894. Brunton delivers performance, comfort and convenience to the outdoors with a full line of portable power, navigation, lighting, weather and optical products. See Brunton's full line at www.bruntonhunting.com.

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