Iqua Sun solar powered Bluetooth headset

Following on from the wind-powered mobile charger, Orange has announced what it says is the first solar powered Bluetooth headset. Available exclusive

Following on from the wind-powered mobile charger, Orange has announced what it says is the first solar powered Bluetooth headset. Available exclusively from the network’s online shop until February, you’ll need to find some winter sun to keep this gadget going.  The Iqua BHS-603 Sun is no bigger than other headsets, weighing in at 14g and displaying its solar panel discreetly down its back. With 200 hours of stand-by operation and nine hours of talktime, you’ll have an environmental excuse to display your headset Nathan Barley-style.  One button controls answer and end call functions as well as switching between headset and phone.  And, of course, it’s fully iPhone compatible, which isn’t solar powered by the way. Yet.Essentials Iqua BHS-603 Sun Price: £50 On sale: Now Contact: Orange