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Voltaic 1010 OffGrid Solar Backpack


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  • 18.1" high
  • 15.7" wide
  • This product will recharge thousands of handheld electronic devices.
  • Connect any USB charger direct to the battery's USB port or select from 5 included adapters.
  • 4 Watts of Solar Power: 1 hour in sun = 3 hours talk time.
  • Battery: Up to 19 hours talk time or 48 hours music playback.
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Product Description

The Off-Grid Solar Backpack by Voltaic Systems is the largest of the Voltaic Solar Backpacks. This very powerful solar cell phone charger not only charges most popular cell phones like iPhones, Blackberrys, HTC, Motorola and many others but also charges devices such as digital cameras, portable gaming devices and Portable GPS units. This bag has lots of room - 1500 cubic inches (25 liters) storage inside for all of your things, the Off Grid Voltaic Solar Backpack gives you the ability to pack up, carry and charge your devices! Whether you are going camping, hiking or backpacking this solar bag is a great way to keep your electronics charged and safe.

  • ASIN: B0042AWB1A
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 15.7 x 18.1 inches; 3.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #260,364 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By AstroSeeker on January 30, 2012
    Color Name: Charcoal Verified Purchase
    UPDATE:
    I wanted to know what actually happen when I have only one or two charge lights on (not blinking); is it charging in this case? So today I rigged up some
    plug and I connected a power analyzer between the storage battery and the pannel. I placed the solar pannel against the window so I don't have direct sun light.
    in this set up, I got two non-blinking charge lights and the power analyzer reported a current of 0.0 to 0.03 Amp entering the storage battery (most of the time,
    there is no current at all). So this means that when the charging lights are not blinking even if they are on, there is not much charging going on.

    On the other in direct sun light, it is different. In this case, the lights are blinking and I can get something like 0.3 to 0.5 Amp.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------PREVIOUS UPDATE---------------------------------------------------------------------
    I always have the storage battery (one that came with the backpack) plugged into the pannel. I found that even when I am not using the battery to charge anything,
    it will drain quickly when it is not being charged in the sun light. For example after being out of the sunlight for 12 hours, I lost one charge light. It went
    from 4 charge lights to 3. I do not like the almost-to-nothing documentation that came with this product. It never explain any of this. Why is the battery
    drain too quickly when I am not using it?

    ------------------------------------------------------PREVIOUS UPDATE:----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    I finaly get enough summer sun light to test this backpack charging ability. This is what I found.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By antilifeproof on December 29, 2012
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    have to say lost faith in solar backpacks after getting this didnt even work once waste of money didnt even get to return it because couldnt get ahold of company
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    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Grant Muir on November 30, 2010
    Color Name: Silver Panels Verified Purchase
    Very happy with my purchase! Great quality pack, excellent construction and the solar panels and battery are top quality. my only complaint is it needs more internal space a 15" macbook in neoprene skin only just fits into the rear laptop compartment, and I regularly carry 2 plus other items.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan on December 15, 2012
    Color Name: Orange Verified Purchase
    Pro: It has adapters for almost everything! nice sturdy panels, plenty pockets and lots of space.
    Works awesomely under the scorching Panamanian sun, finally getting something back out of all that sweating.
    This backpack is light, carrying the battery and all of the extras it has.
    You can separate the panels from the bag and put the panels where they can get more sunlight.

    Cons: used the bag two times and it already ripped, i took it out just to walk around the city doing errands nothing too extreme and then I realized the second pocket from the panels back, just where the zipper starts, the stitches got loose and now I have like an Inch wide opening between the pocket and the zipper.
    My phone(Samsung Galaxy S2) doesn't fit in the phone pocket on the shoulder strap.

    TL;DR: Nice features, sturdy panels, lightweight, charges pretty fast under direct sunlight conditions, backpack could be better stitched. I will definitely go with a 2.0 version if it ever comes out.
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    4 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Evenflow05 on July 10, 2011
    Color Name: Orange
    An excellent backpack with attached solar panel. They really have thought of everything including being able to zip off the solar panel and just use separately.
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