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Look, 2020 is not messing around anymore people. Where I live, it's hurricane season. Having a sustainable power source for my mobile electronics is a must, and quite frankly I should've bought this ages ago.It's a good deal THICKER than I imagined, this is a chonky boi to be sure, but not so much so that it's going to overwhelm your emergency kit or go bag.Quite frankly, I still think 2020 is going to hit us with either the super volcano explosion, or possible kaiju invasion. It's nice to know that I'll be able to recharge my phone to get good photos of the apocalypse even if the power goes out.
I love the portability of this. The ability to charge wirelessly is nice so you don’t have to carry around a cord. I did have to get a type C cord to charge it at home before I leave. The flashlight doesn’t work when charging via cord, but you also probably don’t need the light on if you have access to a power outlet. Would be a little better if it had another corner with a place to tie a cord, that way if you’re hiking you can tie it to your pack to solar charge and it won’t bounce around or turn the solar panel upside down. But for the 99w power and threat portability this is a great option.
Just received in past week. Wife and I have a week long canoe trip planned this fall so wanted something that was compact, solar chargeable, water resistant and time to test it.After a lot of research and reading people's comments, decided that this charger may be the answer.To test the solar charger, I've fully charged my phone a couple times from less than a half battery . First time was while outside teleworking in the sun. Second was overnight. Charged my phone faster than I would have thought. While charging my phone in the sun, the solar pack's energy (reaerve battery indicator level) never seemed to lower, as the sun recharged the pack (Imagine that!).Will continue to test and monitor the performance of the solar charger and provide an update after our trip.So far so good. Compact, lightweight and rechargeable.
We occasionally lose power around here, sometimes for a day or so. That can be a drag, but even more so nowadays because we all have iPhones. What do you do if your iPhone's battery is low? A friend had one of these and as soon as I saw it I had to have it. It's inexpensive and durable and you can recharge at least two phones at once and when it runs down, you can recharge it with solar power. So if charging your phones with it 6-8 times can't carry you through being without electricity, that means you have been without power for a long time -- and you can just put this charger outside in the sun to recharge it and then start recharging your phones again. I had a couple of questions when I got it and emailed the company. Their customer service is fast and friendly. Buying this was a no-brainer!
I have only had this 4 days but I love it already. Gave it a full charge and it's already given me 3 phone charges, 1 hour of flashlight use and hours of using my mini USB fan while working g from home. The best part ...it has only used up 1 bar of power (4 is fully charged). I bought this for taking camping for use with a tent fan, phone charging and tablet to watch movies at night (I have a hard time falling asleep in the forest lol). I haven't tried out the solar or wireless charging yet, but will post an update once I have put more time into it. As of now, I definitely recommend!