Altoids kleenex napkins Tide-To-Go pen Tylenol and allergy medicine Hand sanitizer Floss/toothpicks Pepper spray Swiss Army Knife Beer and/or wine bottle opener Lighter $40 cash Stack of quarters Hand lotion Ball point pen Mini bottle of perfume / cologne Car freshener spray Wet wipes Gas-X / Tums Pancho Old ID/driver's license Small LED flash light Pony tails and bobby pins Car game Mini lint roller Car phone charger Pair of gloves (winter) Hand warmers (winter) Window breaker/seatbelt…
Altoids charger For less than twenty bucks, you can make a portable battery pack for your laptop. (Mine has to be charged every two hours because I run it unmercifully.) Great article for other Altoid tin uses from Mother Earth.
No matter in what situation you are in - camping trips, long road trips, conferences, all day long meetings, natural disaster, power outages or no access to an electrical outlet - a solar USB charger is a tool that can be very handy in charging your gadge
a simple do-it-yourself solar USB charger that fits cozily in an Altoid tin! The DIY project will charge most mobile devices via USB using 2 rechargeable AA batteries and flexible thin-film solar panels. Read to learn what you need to build your own! 8-)