16W Dual USB Solar Panel

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Price: $57.99

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  • Compact, Travel-Friendly Size: Lightweight, foldable solar charger is easy carry with you when hiking, camping, or spending time outdoors

  • Efficient Energy Conversion: Benefit from an efficient solar conversion ratio that is up to 23.5% - that means more sunlight is used to quickly power your devices

  • Charge at Devices’ Optimal Speed: Our signature iSmart technology automatically adjusts to the charging needs of the connected devices and provides them the optimal charging current to minimize charging time

  • Even 3.2A Current: Smart IC frequency technology automatically detects connected devices' input and distributes a current output up to 3.2A; includes two 5V/2A USB charging cables

  • Long Lasting Weather-Resistant Build: A waterproof sewn rugged polyester canvas can survive most weather conditions for longtime use

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(4.3 Score)
  • Very Good Product
    (5 Score)
    By Chris
    on 2018-04-27
    I used this product for a 1 month trip into the Peruvian Amazon Jungle. This portable solar charger was very handy and worked well for my needs. During clouding days it does not charge as fast, but still provides some charging capabilities. Very durable product and good quality. I definitely recommend this product.
  • Five Stars
    (5 Score)
    By WinCO
    on 2018-04-27
    Works great in full sun.
  • which is another good reason to stick with Android
    (5 Score)
    By MarkE
    on 2018-04-23
    We bought this for emergencies in case the power goes out (it often does lately). We took it camping to test it out and worked perfectly. Even with clouds and fog it will charge, and in direct sunlight it is fast. Iphones may have to be unplugged and then plugged back in if the light is interrupted, which is another good reason to stick with Android. (Just kidding, y'all!)
  • Excellent
    (5 Score)
    By Drew
    on 2018-04-21
    Works great. I tried to replicate the problem some reviewers had, where they interrupted the light to the panel and it "drained their battery." I don't know what they're talking about. This thing works great, no complaints.
  • I love this solar panel
    (5 Score)
    By coyotesings
    on 2018-04-21
    I love this solar panel. I use two small suction cups on a window and hang this from it to charge my external battery. I charge my cell phone with the external battery so I don't need to plug it into an outlet. Originally purchased for backpacking I have been using it regularly in home since I bought it.
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1.Has anyone any experience of using it in the UK please? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: To the previous answer, it's so obvious you haven't lived in UK... I think it would be more reliable a regular charger, unless you want to use this on the two-week-summer you have there! ;p.
2.How effectively is it charging (say, smartphones) from behind a window (while indoor) facing sun? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Not as good. The sun moves therefore the rays won't hit all the panels.
3.does the RAVPower hold a charge or does it send power straight to the device? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Straight to the device (or external battery pack if you have one; not included)..
4.Are they bridgeable to increase amp /wattage? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: As is, no. I have read up on this topic and you need other hardware pieces to get it to work that way.
5.if I charge my phone everyday, how much $$ can i save? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: About 95 cents per year. Formula = ((HoursPerDay * DaysPerYear * WattsPerHour) / 1000) * ElectricRatePerKWHour I assume 2 hours per day of charging, every day of the year, pulling 2 amps at 5 volts is 10 watts, and an electric rate of 0.13 per KW Hour. In other terms, when the phone is charging it is probably pulling 2 amps at 5 volts which is 10 watts. So, you are pulling 10 watts per hour. The utility company charges you per 1000 watts per hour at probably 0.13. Meaning if you pull 1000 watts for 1 hour then you are charged 0.13. Your phone charger is pulling a tiny 10 watts per hour. It would take 100 hours to pull the equivalent of 1000 watts in one hour. Anyways, if you charge your phone for 2 hours per day for 365 days (every day) then your total hours is 2 * 365 = 730 hours. At 10 watts per hour, you are pulling 7,300 watt/hours per year. That is 7.3 KW/Hours. Your electric cost from a utility company would be 0.13 * 7.3 = 0.949. Almost a dollar. If you take into account the cost of the device, then it would take you about 56 years to make your money back. However, if you fully utilize the device and are always charging something then your payoff will be quicker. .
6.What do i get with the 15w that i can't get with the 9w? (sorry if this is a silly question: i don't know anything about electricity/currents/watts) Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: The only silly questiob is the one you dont ask.The 15w provides two ports of chargeing one with 2 ahmp and the other with only one amps.as the 9wph only supports one port.You will be impressed with the free amount of charge that youll get.Just remember, the more sun you have the more power you can unlease.
7.How long does it take to obtain 100% charge in full sun? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Depending on which device(s) is being charged, but typically 4-5 hours..
8.Is this charger compatable with a Nikon AW-110 Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: As long as you can charge your battery with a USB, it'll work.
9.Will this withstand a emp? What can be done to make it survive? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Yes if you store it in a lead box :).
10.How fast will it charge a Samsung Galaxy S8? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: I have an S7, recently tested it a second time in the sun through a window - phone turned off, 80% charge in about an hour. Hope this helps!.
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