This is an instructable of mounting solar power bank on bike using a rubber band.
Every time I've a rough ride, my bike mount usually fall off or worst.... broken!
The worst of all, what ever I attached on it will received the same fate (whether my smart phone or my power bank).
I'm sure you all have had a similar experience has I do.
This is my solution to the problem that I want to sharewith you.
Step 1: What You'll Need.
- 5000mAh Solar Power Bank ($19.99 at Amazon.com https://www.amazon.com/Upow-5000mAh-Portable-Charg... )
- A rubber band
- A bike
Completion Time : 5 minutes
Step 2: The Band
Firstly, I located a part of the bike to place my solar power bank. I found it at the T joint handle bar.
I took a rubber band and make a knot under the T joint handle bar.
Carefully, I pull the rubber band around and up the front handle bar.
Step 3: The Ties
I insert the rubber band in the power bank's hole and stretch it (I broke a few rubber bands in this step, so ... do it extremely careful).
Then, I spread the band so that its loop under the power bank.
Step 4: The Secure
The band is nearly stretch to the maximum (I broke another one.... :-( must do the process again).
Then, finding a notch under the handle bar's joint, I finally secure the band.
What a relief!
Step 5: The Charging
Now, what I'm waiting for?
Let's go cycling!
If I leave it outside or if I'm cycling in the day, the solar power bank will be automatically charged (indicate by the green light).
Step 6: The Benefits
If I double click the ON button, the power bank will on the LED light.
Or, I can charge my smart phone.
You don't have to worry about your phone's power run dry whenever you're cycling.
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