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1954. W.J. Buckhorn shows survival gear pack worn during aerial detection surveys. Hillsboro Airport, OR.

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1954. W.J. Buckhorn shows survival gear pack worn during aerial detection surveys. Hillsboro Airport, OR.

Walter J. Buckhorn showing survival gear pack worn during aerial detection surveys. Contents consist of: let-down rope, first aid kit, matches, and malted milk tablets. Hillsboro Airport, Oregon.

Photo by: Thomas C. Adams
Date: 1954

Credit: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection.
Collection: Portland Station Collection; La Grande, Oregon.
Image: PS-1007

Note: This higher-resolution copy of the image was scanned by Keith Sprengel from an original photo in La Grande in preparation for the 50 Years of Aerial Survey celebration.

To learn more about the photo collection see:
Wickman, B.E., Torgersen, T.R. and Furniss, M.M. 2002. Photographic images and history of forest insect investigations on the Pacific Slope, 1903-1953. Part 2. Oregon and Washington. American Entomologist, 48(3), p. 178-185.

This photo is one of a series taken to illustrate this manual:
archive.org/details/CAT10507178
Wear, John F. and Walter J. Buckhorn. 1955. Organization and conduct of forest insect aerial surveys in Oregon and Washington. Portland, OR: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 40 p.

For geospatial data collected during annual aerial forest insect and disease detection surveys 1947-present see: www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r6/forest-grasslandhealth/insects-...

For related historical program documentation see:
archive.org/details/AerialForestInsectAndDiseaseDetection...
Johnson, J. 2016. Aerial forest insect and disease detection surveys in Oregon and Washington 1947-2016: The survey. Gen. Tech. Rep. R6-FHP-GTR-0302. Portland, OR: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection. 280 p.

For additional historical forest entomology photos, stories, and resources see the Western Forest Insect Work Conference site: wfiwc.org/content/history-and-resources

Image provided by USDA Forest Service, Region 6, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection: www.fs.usda.gov/main/r6/forest-grasslandhealth


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1954. Pilot J.F. Wear with survival gear pack worn on leg during aerial surveys. Hillsboro Airport, OR.

USDA Forest Service posted a photo:

1954. Pilot J.F. Wear with survival gear pack worn on leg during aerial surveys. Hillsboro Airport, OR.

Pilot John F. Wear demonstrates survival gear pack worn on leg during aerial forest insect detection surveys. Hillsboro Airport, Oregon.

Photo by: Thomas C. Adams
Date: 1954

Credit: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection.
Collection: Portland Station Collection; La Grande, Oregon.
Image: PS-1006

To learn more about this photo collection see:
Wickman, B.E., Torgersen, T.R. and Furniss, M.M. 2002. Photographic images and history of forest insect investigations on the Pacific Slope, 1903-1953. Part 2. Oregon and Washington. American Entomologist, 48(3), p. 178-185.

This photo is one of a series taken to illustrate this manual:
archive.org/details/CAT10507178
Wear, John F. and Walter J. Buckhorn. 1955. Organization and conduct of forest insect aerial surveys in Oregon and Washington. Portland, OR: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 40 p.

For geospatial data collected during annual aerial forest insect and disease detection surveys 1947-present see: www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r6/forest-grasslandhealth/insects-...

For related historic program documentation see:
archive.org/details/AerialForestInsectAndDiseaseDetection...
Johnson, J. 2016. Aerial forest insect and disease detection surveys in Oregon and Washington 1947-2016: The survey. Gen. Tech. Rep. R6-FHP-GTR-0302. Portland, OR: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection. 280 p.

For additional historic forest entomology photos, stories, and resources see the Western Forest Insect Work Conference site: wfiwc.org/content/history-and-resources

Image provided by USDA Forest Service, Region 6, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection: www.fs.usda.gov/main/r6/forest-grasslandhealth


1954. Pilot John F. Wear demonstrates survival gear pack worn on leg during aerial forest insect detection surveys. Hillsboro Airport, OR.

USDA Forest Service posted a photo:

1954. Pilot John F. Wear demonstrates survival gear pack worn on leg during aerial forest insect detection surveys. Hillsboro Airport, OR.

Pilot John F. Wear demonstrates survival gear pack worn on leg during aerial forest insect detection surveys. Hillsboro Airport, Oregon.

Photo by: Thomas C. Adams
Date: 1954

Credit: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection.
Collection: Portland Station Collection; La Grande, Oregon.
Image: PS-1006

Note: This higher-resolution copy of the image was scanned by Keith Sprengel from an original photo in La Grande in preparation for the 50 Years of Aerial Survey celebration.

To learn more about this photo collection see:
Wickman, B.E., Torgersen, T.R. and Furniss, M.M. 2002. Photographic images and history of forest insect investigations on the Pacific Slope, 1903-1953. Part 2. Oregon and Washington. American Entomologist, 48(3), p. 178-185.

This photo is one of a series taken to illustrate this manual:
archive.org/details/CAT10507178
Wear, John F. and Walter J. Buckhorn. 1955. Organization and conduct of forest insect aerial surveys in Oregon and Washington. Portland, OR: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 40 p.

For geospatial data collected during annual aerial forest insect and disease detection surveys 1947-present see: www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r6/forest-grasslandhealth/insects-...

For related historic program documentation see:
archive.org/details/AerialForestInsectAndDiseaseDetection...
Johnson, J. 2016. Aerial forest insect and disease detection surveys in Oregon and Washington 1947-2016: The survey. Gen. Tech. Rep. R6-FHP-GTR-0302. Portland, OR: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection. 280 p.

For additional historic forest entomology photos, stories, and resources see the Western Forest Insect Work Conference site: wfiwc.org/content/history-and-resources

Image provided by USDA Forest Service, Region 6, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection: www.fs.usda.gov/main/r6/forest-grasslandhealth


1954. W.J. Buckhorn shows survival gear pack worn during aerial detection surveys. Hillsboro Airport, OR.

USDA Forest Service posted a photo:

1954. W.J. Buckhorn shows survival gear pack worn during aerial detection surveys. Hillsboro Airport, OR.

Walter J. Buckhorn showing survival gear pack worn during aerial detection surveys. Contents consist of: let-down rope, first aid kit, matches, and malted milk tablets. Hillsboro Airport, Oregon.

Photo by: Thomas C. Adams
Date: 1954

Credit: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection.
Collection: Portland Station Collection; La Grande, Oregon.
Image: PS-1007

To learn more about this photo collection see:
Wickman, B.E., Torgersen, T.R. and Furniss, M.M. 2002. Photographic images and history of forest insect investigations on the Pacific Slope, 1903-1953. Part 2. Oregon and Washington. American Entomologist, 48(3), p. 178-185.

This photo is one of a series taken to illustrate this manual:
archive.org/details/CAT10507178
Wear, John F. and Walter J. Buckhorn. 1955. Organization and conduct of forest insect aerial surveys in Oregon and Washington. Portland, OR: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 40 p.

For geospatial data collected during annual aerial forest insect and disease detection surveys 1947-present see: www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r6/forest-grasslandhealth/insects-...

For related historic program documentation see:
archive.org/details/AerialForestInsectAndDiseaseDetection...
Johnson, J. 2016. Aerial forest insect and disease detection surveys in Oregon and Washington 1947-2016: The survey. Gen. Tech. Rep. R6-FHP-GTR-0302. Portland, OR: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection. 280 p.

For additional historic forest entomology photos, stories, and resources see the Western Forest Insect Work Conference site: wfiwc.org/content/history-and-resources

Image provided by USDA Forest Service, Region 6, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection: www.fs.usda.gov/main/r6/forest-grasslandhealth


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1011 W. Foothill Blvd.
Azusa, California 91702
(626) 408-8457

www.GetUSBeast.com

Revolutionary New USB Charging Device Set To Launch via

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Mobile devices to charge 400% faster than standard USB chargers.


Los Angeles, CA – July 7, 2015. USBeast Electronics has developed an on-the-go USB charging device that will change the way consumers charge their mobile phones, tablets, cameras and even the latest Macbook and Google Chromebooks. With the ability to utilize 2.1 amps of charging power, USBeast can charge a dead iPhone at least 6 times to a full charge without the use of a wall outlet and do so 4 times as fast.

Increased use of technology in all areas of our lives has highlighted an already nagging problem: Too many electronic devices and not enough charging capability. On site workers, outdoor enthusiasts and people living under the constant threat of a natural disaster are increasingly faced with the problem of finding adequate ways to charge their USB powered devices.

The USBeast solves that problem like no other USB charger on the market today. With millions of cordless power tools and camping accessories already sold, there’s an established mass market of people who can use their cordless tool batteries to charge their mobile devices. The USBeast utilizes many different brands and voltages of cordless tool batteries to simultaneously charge 2 mobile devices. For example, an iPhone and iPad can both go from 0% to fully charged at the same time, without the use of a wall outlet. There is no other charger on the planet with that capability.

After several prototypes, the USBeast design team has worked feverishly to approve the version which is now ready for mass production. The final USBeast design has been field tested and sold online in small quantities, receiving positive feedback from both consumers and testers alike. USBeast Electronics has a live crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter.com and pre-orders of the USBeast are now being taken! The company is also selling USBeast Brand merchandise to assist in generating the financial resources necessary to mass produce and bring the USBeast to market. When the funding goal of $15,000 is reached, USBeast Electronics will begin full scale manufacturing with the finished product proudly being made in the USA.

"We are committed to revolutionizing the way consumers charge their USB powered devices and dedicated to making this product a huge success,” says Jonathan Williams, founder of USBeast Electronics and The Artisans Studio. “We will strive to provide the best quality product and update our backers every step of the way.” Williams continues, “And provide the assurance that all USBeast orders will be shipped on time.”

This Kickstarter.com campaign will end on August 21, 2015

USBeast Electronics is on a mission to create the next generation of mobile electronic charging products for the current and next generation of mobile devices. For more information contact: or email sales@getusbeast.com.

Jonathan Williams

sales@getusbeast.com

(626) 408-8457


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USBeast
1011 W. Foothill Blvd.
Azusa, California 91702
(626) 408-8457

www.GetUSBeast.com

Revolutionary New USB Charging Device Set To Launch via

Crowdfunding Campaign.

Mobile devices to charge 400% faster than standard USB chargers.


Los Angeles, CA – July 7, 2015. USBeast Electronics has developed an on-the-go USB charging device that will change the way consumers charge their mobile phones, tablets, cameras and even the latest Macbook and Google Chromebooks. With the ability to utilize 2.1 amps of charging power, USBeast can charge a dead iPhone at least 6 times to a full charge without the use of a wall outlet and do so 4 times as fast.

Increased use of technology in all areas of our lives has highlighted an already nagging problem: Too many electronic devices and not enough charging capability. On site workers, outdoor enthusiasts and people living under the constant threat of a natural disaster are increasingly faced with the problem of finding adequate ways to charge their USB powered devices.

The USBeast solves that problem like no other USB charger on the market today. With millions of cordless power tools and camping accessories already sold, there’s an established mass market of people who can use their cordless tool batteries to charge their mobile devices. The USBeast utilizes many different brands and voltages of cordless tool batteries to simultaneously charge 2 mobile devices. For example, an iPhone and iPad can both go from 0% to fully charged at the same time, without the use of a wall outlet. There is no other charger on the planet with that capability.

After several prototypes, the USBeast design team has worked feverishly to approve the version which is now ready for mass production. The final USBeast design has been field tested and sold online in small quantities, receiving positive feedback from both consumers and testers alike. USBeast Electronics has a live crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter.com and pre-orders of the USBeast are now being taken! The company is also selling USBeast Brand merchandise to assist in generating the financial resources necessary to mass produce and bring the USBeast to market. When the funding goal of $15,000 is reached, USBeast Electronics will begin full scale manufacturing with the finished product proudly being made in the USA.

"We are committed to revolutionizing the way consumers charge their USB powered devices and dedicated to making this product a huge success,” says Jonathan Williams, founder of USBeast Electronics and The Artisans Studio. “We will strive to provide the best quality product and update our backers every step of the way.” Williams continues, “And provide the assurance that all USBeast orders will be shipped on time.”

This Kickstarter.com campaign will end on August 21, 2015

USBeast Electronics is on a mission to create the next generation of mobile electronic charging products for the current and next generation of mobile devices. For more information contact: or email sales@getusbeast.com.

Jonathan Williams

sales@getusbeast.com

(626) 408-8457


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USBeast
1011 W. Foothill Blvd.
Azusa, California 91702
(626) 408-8457

www.GetUSBeast.com

Revolutionary New USB Charging Device Set To Launch via

Crowdfunding Campaign.

Mobile devices to charge 400% faster than standard USB chargers.


Los Angeles, CA – July 7, 2015. USBeast Electronics has developed an on-the-go USB charging device that will change the way consumers charge their mobile phones, tablets, cameras and even the latest Macbook and Google Chromebooks. With the ability to utilize 2.1 amps of charging power, USBeast can charge a dead iPhone at least 6 times to a full charge without the use of a wall outlet and do so 4 times as fast.

Increased use of technology in all areas of our lives has highlighted an already nagging problem: Too many electronic devices and not enough charging capability. On site workers, outdoor enthusiasts and people living under the constant threat of a natural disaster are increasingly faced with the problem of finding adequate ways to charge their USB powered devices.

The USBeast solves that problem like no other USB charger on the market today. With millions of cordless power tools and camping accessories already sold, there’s an established mass market of people who can use their cordless tool batteries to charge their mobile devices. The USBeast utilizes many different brands and voltages of cordless tool batteries to simultaneously charge 2 mobile devices. For example, an iPhone and iPad can both go from 0% to fully charged at the same time, without the use of a wall outlet. There is no other charger on the planet with that capability.

After several prototypes, the USBeast design team has worked feverishly to approve the version which is now ready for mass production. The final USBeast design has been field tested and sold online in small quantities, receiving positive feedback from both consumers and testers alike. USBeast Electronics has a live crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter.com and pre-orders of the USBeast are now being taken! The company is also selling USBeast Brand merchandise to assist in generating the financial resources necessary to mass produce and bring the USBeast to market. When the funding goal of $15,000 is reached, USBeast Electronics will begin full scale manufacturing with the finished product proudly being made in the USA.

"We are committed to revolutionizing the way consumers charge their USB powered devices and dedicated to making this product a huge success,” says Jonathan Williams, founder of USBeast Electronics and The Artisans Studio. “We will strive to provide the best quality product and update our backers every step of the way.” Williams continues, “And provide the assurance that all USBeast orders will be shipped on time.”

This Kickstarter.com campaign will end on August 21, 2015

USBeast Electronics is on a mission to create the next generation of mobile electronic charging products for the current and next generation of mobile devices. For more information contact: or email sales@getusbeast.com.

Jonathan Williams

sales@getusbeast.com

(626) 408-8457


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USBeast
1011 W. Foothill Blvd.
Azusa, California 91702
(626) 408-8457

www.GetUSBeast.com

Revolutionary New USB Charging Device Set To Launch via

Crowdfunding Campaign.

Mobile devices to charge 400% faster than standard USB chargers.


Los Angeles, CA – July 7, 2015. USBeast Electronics has developed an on-the-go USB charging device that will change the way consumers charge their mobile phones, tablets, cameras and even the latest Macbook and Google Chromebooks. With the ability to utilize 2.1 amps of charging power, USBeast can charge a dead iPhone at least 6 times to a full charge without the use of a wall outlet and do so 4 times as fast.

Increased use of technology in all areas of our lives has highlighted an already nagging problem: Too many electronic devices and not enough charging capability. On site workers, outdoor enthusiasts and people living under the constant threat of a natural disaster are increasingly faced with the problem of finding adequate ways to charge their USB powered devices.

The USBeast solves that problem like no other USB charger on the market today. With millions of cordless power tools and camping accessories already sold, there’s an established mass market of people who can use their cordless tool batteries to charge their mobile devices. The USBeast utilizes many different brands and voltages of cordless tool batteries to simultaneously charge 2 mobile devices. For example, an iPhone and iPad can both go from 0% to fully charged at the same time, without the use of a wall outlet. There is no other charger on the planet with that capability.

After several prototypes, the USBeast design team has worked feverishly to approve the version which is now ready for mass production. The final USBeast design has been field tested and sold online in small quantities, receiving positive feedback from both consumers and testers alike. USBeast Electronics has a live crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter.com and pre-orders of the USBeast are now being taken! The company is also selling USBeast Brand merchandise to assist in generating the financial resources necessary to mass produce and bring the USBeast to market. When the funding goal of $15,000 is reached, USBeast Electronics will begin full scale manufacturing with the finished product proudly being made in the USA.

"We are committed to revolutionizing the way consumers charge their USB powered devices and dedicated to making this product a huge success,” says Jonathan Williams, founder of USBeast Electronics and The Artisans Studio. “We will strive to provide the best quality product and update our backers every step of the way.” Williams continues, “And provide the assurance that all USBeast orders will be shipped on time.”

This Kickstarter.com campaign will end on August 21, 2015

USBeast Electronics is on a mission to create the next generation of mobile electronic charging products for the current and next generation of mobile devices. For more information contact: or email sales@getusbeast.com.

Jonathan Williams

sales@getusbeast.com

(626) 408-8457


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USBeast
1011 W. Foothill Blvd.
Azusa, California 91702
(626) 408-8457

www.GetUSBeast.com

Revolutionary New USB Charging Device Set To Launch via

Crowdfunding Campaign.

Mobile devices to charge 400% faster than standard USB chargers.


Los Angeles, CA – July 7, 2015. USBeast Electronics has developed an on-the-go USB charging device that will change the way consumers charge their mobile phones, tablets, cameras and even the latest Macbook and Google Chromebooks. With the ability to utilize 2.1 amps of charging power, USBeast can charge a dead iPhone at least 6 times to a full charge without the use of a wall outlet and do so 4 times as fast.

Increased use of technology in all areas of our lives has highlighted an already nagging problem: Too many electronic devices and not enough charging capability. On site workers, outdoor enthusiasts and people living under the constant threat of a natural disaster are increasingly faced with the problem of finding adequate ways to charge their USB powered devices.

The USBeast solves that problem like no other USB charger on the market today. With millions of cordless power tools and camping accessories already sold, there’s an established mass market of people who can use their cordless tool batteries to charge their mobile devices. The USBeast utilizes many different brands and voltages of cordless tool batteries to simultaneously charge 2 mobile devices. For example, an iPhone and iPad can both go from 0% to fully charged at the same time, without the use of a wall outlet. There is no other charger on the planet with that capability.

After several prototypes, the USBeast design team has worked feverishly to approve the version which is now ready for mass production. The final USBeast design has been field tested and sold online in small quantities, receiving positive feedback from both consumers and testers alike. USBeast Electronics has a live crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter.com and pre-orders of the USBeast are now being taken! The company is also selling USBeast Brand merchandise to assist in generating the financial resources necessary to mass produce and bring the USBeast to market. When the funding goal of $15,000 is reached, USBeast Electronics will begin full scale manufacturing with the finished product proudly being made in the USA.

"We are committed to revolutionizing the way consumers charge their USB powered devices and dedicated to making this product a huge success,” says Jonathan Williams, founder of USBeast Electronics and The Artisans Studio. “We will strive to provide the best quality product and update our backers every step of the way.” Williams continues, “And provide the assurance that all USBeast orders will be shipped on time.”

This Kickstarter.com campaign will end on August 21, 2015

USBeast Electronics is on a mission to create the next generation of mobile electronic charging products for the current and next generation of mobile devices. For more information contact: or email sales@getusbeast.com.

Jonathan Williams

sales@getusbeast.com

(626) 408-8457


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USBeast
1011 W. Foothill Blvd.
Azusa, California 91702
(626) 408-8457

www.GetUSBeast.com

Revolutionary New USB Charging Device Set To Launch via

Crowdfunding Campaign.

Mobile devices to charge 400% faster than standard USB chargers.


Los Angeles, CA – July 7, 2015. USBeast Electronics has developed an on-the-go USB charging device that will change the way consumers charge their mobile phones, tablets, cameras and even the latest Macbook and Google Chromebooks. With the ability to utilize 2.1 amps of charging power, USBeast can charge a dead iPhone at least 6 times to a full charge without the use of a wall outlet and do so 4 times as fast.

Increased use of technology in all areas of our lives has highlighted an already nagging problem: Too many electronic devices and not enough charging capability. On site workers, outdoor enthusiasts and people living under the constant threat of a natural disaster are increasingly faced with the problem of finding adequate ways to charge their USB powered devices.

The USBeast solves that problem like no other USB charger on the market today. With millions of cordless power tools and camping accessories already sold, there’s an established mass market of people who can use their cordless tool batteries to charge their mobile devices. The USBeast utilizes many different brands and voltages of cordless tool batteries to simultaneously charge 2 mobile devices. For example, an iPhone and iPad can both go from 0% to fully charged at the same time, without the use of a wall outlet. There is no other charger on the planet with that capability.

After several prototypes, the USBeast design team has worked feverishly to approve the version which is now ready for mass production. The final USBeast design has been field tested and sold online in small quantities, receiving positive feedback from both consumers and testers alike. USBeast Electronics has a live crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter.com and pre-orders of the USBeast are now being taken! The company is also selling USBeast Brand merchandise to assist in generating the financial resources necessary to mass produce and bring the USBeast to market. When the funding goal of $15,000 is reached, USBeast Electronics will begin full scale manufacturing with the finished product proudly being made in the USA.

"We are committed to revolutionizing the way consumers charge their USB powered devices and dedicated to making this product a huge success,” says Jonathan Williams, founder of USBeast Electronics and The Artisans Studio. “We will strive to provide the best quality product and update our backers every step of the way.” Williams continues, “And provide the assurance that all USBeast orders will be shipped on time.”

This Kickstarter.com campaign will end on August 21, 2015

USBeast Electronics is on a mission to create the next generation of mobile electronic charging products for the current and next generation of mobile devices. For more information contact: or email sales@getusbeast.com.

Jonathan Williams

sales@getusbeast.com

(626) 408-8457


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USBeast
1011 W. Foothill Blvd.
Azusa, California 91702
(626) 408-8457

www.GetUSBeast.com

Revolutionary New USB Charging Device Set To Launch via

Crowdfunding Campaign.

Mobile devices to charge 400% faster than standard USB chargers.


Los Angeles, CA – July 7, 2015. USBeast Electronics has developed an on-the-go USB charging device that will change the way consumers charge their mobile phones, tablets, cameras and even the latest Macbook and Google Chromebooks. With the ability to utilize 2.1 amps of charging power, USBeast can charge a dead iPhone at least 6 times to a full charge without the use of a wall outlet and do so 4 times as fast.

Increased use of technology in all areas of our lives has highlighted an already nagging problem: Too many electronic devices and not enough charging capability. On site workers, outdoor enthusiasts and people living under the constant threat of a natural disaster are increasingly faced with the problem of finding adequate ways to charge their USB powered devices.

The USBeast solves that problem like no other USB charger on the market today. With millions of cordless power tools and camping accessories already sold, there’s an established mass market of people who can use their cordless tool batteries to charge their mobile devices. The USBeast utilizes many different brands and voltages of cordless tool batteries to simultaneously charge 2 mobile devices. For example, an iPhone and iPad can both go from 0% to fully charged at the same time, without the use of a wall outlet. There is no other charger on the planet with that capability.

After several prototypes, the USBeast design team has worked feverishly to approve the version which is now ready for mass production. The final USBeast design has been field tested and sold online in small quantities, receiving positive feedback from both consumers and testers alike. USBeast Electronics has a live crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter.com and pre-orders of the USBeast are now being taken! The company is also selling USBeast Brand merchandise to assist in generating the financial resources necessary to mass produce and bring the USBeast to market. When the funding goal of $15,000 is reached, USBeast Electronics will begin full scale manufacturing with the finished product proudly being made in the USA.

"We are committed to revolutionizing the way consumers charge their USB powered devices and dedicated to making this product a huge success,” says Jonathan Williams, founder of USBeast Electronics and The Artisans Studio. “We will strive to provide the best quality product and update our backers every step of the way.” Williams continues, “And provide the assurance that all USBeast orders will be shipped on time.”

This Kickstarter.com campaign will end on August 21, 2015

USBeast Electronics is on a mission to create the next generation of mobile electronic charging products for the current and next generation of mobile devices. For more information contact: or email sales@getusbeast.com.

Jonathan Williams

sales@getusbeast.com

(626) 408-8457










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