Is there anywhere you want to go without your phone these days? Probably not. Whether you’re hiking a trail, packing for the beach, commuting to work, or on the way to class you’re going to want to keep your phone charged. These nifty backpacks come with built-in batteries to charge your phone while offering the storage capacity and durability of regular backpacks.
You’ve Got The Glow
At 17.7 by 11.8 by 5.5 inches it will fit a device with up to a 15-inch monitor. Amazon
The Lmeison Luminous Backpack will get your child noticed. It absorbs sun during the day, which it will reflect at night for up to six hours. It comes with a USB charging port, but you’ll have to provide the actual battery pack. The backpack itself is made of breathable, waterproof material that will survive spilled drinks, mud, and being tossed around. It also comes with a pencil holder and a lock.
Probably Shouldn’t Take It To The Beach
Grab it and go. Amazon
This conservative but stylish backpack will fit your laptop, books, battery pack, pens, pencils, snacks, and phone. Multi-paneled, ventilated padding protects your back as you lug your world around with you. An attached USB cord and charging cable will allow you to charge your phone on the go, but again, you’ll need to buy the battery pack separately. Water-resistant polyester will keep yourself fairly safe.
Rugged At It’s Core
Built to last. Amazon
If you’re the adventurous type, this Kroser bag will do you good. Its water-repellent ballistic fabric keeps the weather out while RFID shielding will protect from unwanted intrusions into your important documents. A hardshell compartment will keep your sunglasses and cell phone snug and safe. Its 18.6 by 13.5 by 10.8-inch frame will hold up to a 17-inch laptop and an external USB port will keep your phone charged. The battery pack, however, is sold separately.
Best Color Options
Entertainment center on your back. Amazon
This Ranvoo bag is perfect for your high schooler, as it fits up to a 15-inch laptop, has a cord for phone charging, and provides a dedicated headphone jack that allows for listening on the go. The polyester fabric isn’t designed for safari, but how much trouble could a high schooler get up to anyway? (Don’t answer that.)