- Size (LWH): 2.25 inches, 4.55 inches, 7.75 inches
- Weight: 5.6 ounces
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Portable Solar USB Charger Battery Pack with 2600 mAh Power Bank , 1.5A USB Output Charging Port & Compact Design by ReVIVE- Works with Apple , Samsung , HTC & More Smartphones & Rechargeable Devices!
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- - Portable solar battery charger works great with Apple , Samsung , HTC , LG , Motorola , Sony and More Smartphones & USB Rechargeable Devices
- - Fully charges by USB in 3-5 hours and by direct sunlight in 19 hours
- - Slim, compact profile makes this portable power source easy to carry around
- - Includes 0.7W solar charging efficiency with 140mA
- - Backed by a 3 Year Manufacturer's Warranty!
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Priced around $30, my Solar ReStore unit arrived swiftly in a white plastic bubble-pack mailer. The package is made of that rigid clear plastic that you need scissors to open and can give you a deep 'paper' cut if you are not careful. I cut off the top of the plastic with kitchen shears and carefully made a cut down the side to pull out the materials.
The charging unit itself is almost exactly the size of my iPhone, being a tiny bit larger and considerably lighter. The front consists of a solar panel. The sides offer a USB port, an AC charging port, an LED light on a long, flexible stem that wraps around the side of the unit, an LED light button and a charging indicator light. The back of the unit has a press button indicator showing how charged the unit's battery is - 20, 50, 80 and 100%.
My solar charger arrived 50% charged from the sun, which is apparently as much of a charge as the unit can get from solar power only. I hooked the unit to a wall outlet with the included AC adapter and waited around an hour to see the charge total listed as a full 100%.
From this point I connected my iPhone, which was down to a 20% charge, to the unit to see how long the stored energy in the charger would take to top up. It was a simple matter to plug my iPhone cord right into the USB port on the charger. At that point I clicked the sliding switch to "on" and waited. After two hours my phone was 100% charged. It only took an hour to bring me to a 50% charge, for reference.Read more ›
I do a lot of overnight and weekend hiking, and in August 2011 I will be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa. I'll be without power, water and other luxuries for 7 days. I plan on using my phone as my camera, for texting and updating Facebook while on the mountain. I have run this charger through several tests over the past two weeks. It charged to 100% with no problem using an A/C outlet. I then attached it to my phone when it had only 5% battery remaining. The ReVive recharged the phone to 100% within 2 hours using my own iPhone cable and if I can believe the LEDs on the back, which showed 50% remaining, I still had enough juice left to top off the phone later. So far so good.
The real test, and the reason for my purchase was it's solar capabilities. I followed the instructions and set the depleted ReVive outside in the bright sun for approximately 6 hours. As advertised, the LEDs showed a charge of 50%. I then plugged it into my phone when it was showing 60% battery life and wanted to see how long the ReVive would last. After about 35 minutes my phone was at 80% and that's when the ReVive shut off. So ultimately I got another 20% of battery life added to my phone from a 50% recharged solar unit. That's not what I would call great results, but in an emergency 20% is better than nothing. I'll just have to remember to conserve while on the mountain.
I love that it has a diagram that tells you how quickly it will charge as well as the percentages. It is a bonus it has a light...but a feature I wasn't particularly "looking" for. I also like that it has a switch so you get to choose whether it dissipates energy or not. I have had no issues charging my Droid 2 with this charger and would recommend it to friends. I will update if there are any issues that come up later.
Arrived when stated and with appropriate accessories. I haven't tried the suction cups yet.
Note: LED light and charger will not work at the same time. Not an issue for me...but it should be noted.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Gave it as a present and she loved it because it runs on solar power so she doesn't have to worry about charging itPublished 1 month ago by mpc1994
It's not bad, but it does not stay charged up for that long. But it dose enough to get some of your phone charged up but not much.Published 1 month ago by Jerry G
Versitile battery pack to keep in my field pack. It is a little disappointing that the battery only charges 50% from the solar panel and will not charge itself at the same time it... Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Curtis
I like to have this as a portable charger for school. I never really need it because I have a droid turbo. But when I need it, it is handy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jake Robeck
These are pointless.. I bought them for camping and festival usage, with-in days of having them they would NOT charge or keep a charge.. I had two of them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by tonya
Works great.. the only complaint I have is that the solar will only charge 50%, but charges quickly with solar.Published 3 months ago by John de Norde