Godlyke Power-All® Eco-dapter - Gear Spotlight

An environmentally friendly power box that offers a ton of juice—plus it’s carbon free.


POWER-ALL ECO-DAPTER® - Deluxe Kit

WORLD’S FIRST CARBONFREE® POWER SUPPLY FOR EFFECT PEDALS!

In partnership with CarbonFund.org, the ECO-Dapter®’s carbon footprint is neutralized through the purchase of carbon offsets. CarbonFund.org’s certified carbon reductions are third party audited to assure the highest standards and are retired rather than being re-used.


The ECO-Dapter® also meets the stringent Level VI energy efficiency standards set out by the U.S. Department of Energy. This means that the ECO-Dapter® consumes less power, conserving natural resources while also eliminating the waste and environmental hazards associated with disposable batteries.

In addition to environmentally friendly operation, the ECO-Dapter® provides ultra-quiet, reliable, high-current power to your effects so they can operate at their peak performance levels.


Connect the ECO-Dapter® directly to your favorite pedals using the included Cable-11/R daisy chain & jumper cables. Purchase optional Power-All® daisy chain & jumper cables to power even more pedals from a single ECO-Dapter® power supply!

Godlyke
$45

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