This is part of an ongoing series of posts on the FLAP bag project, a collaborative effort by Timbuk2, Portable Light and Pop!Tech. We at AfriGadget are helping to field-test these bags that have solar power and lighting on them, and get interviews of the individuals using them.
Day 2: The buckets arrive
This is a continuation of yesterday’s starting video diary, where I received the flaps to the FLAP bag. Saturday morning the package from Timbuk2 was on our doorstep waiting to be opened. The bottom part of the bags had arrived, but there were a few surprises in store for me…
The FLAP bag buckets and assembly from WhiteAfrican on Vimeo.
Next stop Accra, Ghana. I hope that all the kits arrive in one piece, and will start to put them to use as soon as I can.
6 thoughts on “The FLAP buckets and assembly”
So Erik, have you chosen people to try these bags out for you yet? If not, how does one offer to give them a try?
Ok, the removable flap is a killer. I think I really want one (even if the panel isn’t that strong – it will do the job of recharging my mobile).
Jacquie, I will be finding the people who I think I can get a good idea of the usefulness and functionality of the bag from. I just landed in Ghana and scoped out a few people today, will be handing a couple out tomorrow. Stay tuned.
Hi Erick – Awesome idea , we travel to Lagos often & would be happy to demonstrate this concept there , 24 million people in Lagos alone – be interested in marketing it there for you , congrats ,
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My name is Jacob Abegglen and I am a representive of Hockinson Middle School near Vancouver, WA. I am doin a project at school to help my community use solar energy. I would like to know how much a Flap bag is, and if I could use a few for my green project. I would like any help I can get.