- Size (LWH): 10.19 inches, 5.75 inches, 2.5 inches
- Weight: 12.64 ounces
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Solar Charger & 4000mAh Power Bank (Black) with 2.1A USB Charging Port , Carabiner Clip by ReVIVE - Works with Apple , Samsung , HTC & More Smartphones & Rechargeable Devices!
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- 4000mAh battery is ideal for giving mulitple charges to your Apple , Samsung , HTC , LG & other USB charging devices ; Charges at a MAX rate of 2.1 amps
- External battery pack recharges up to 1,000 times from solar or USB power - PLEASE NOTE: On 1st use, charge to 100% by USB, then drain fully so that the Li-polymer battery chemicals can be broken in
- SOLAR CHARGING TIME : 13 hours in direct sunlight - high-efficiency 300mA ; USB CHARGING TIME : 4 - 6 hours
- Includes USB charging cable, metal carabiner, solar panel extender (for future upgrade) ; Features 36-hour on-board LED flashlight , emergency settings & LED capacity indicator
- High Quality - 3 YEAR WARRANTY ; Dimensions - 6.7"(L) x 3.6"(W) x 0.8"(H) ; Weight - 8 ounces
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I get around 3 charges to my iPhone when this battery is at 100%. Usually I get it to 100% using the USB cable, but when I'm not next to power, or if I'm feeling environmental, I charge in the sun. It's practical to get a full iPhone charge after leaving in the sun for about 5 hours.
Solar Charging: I've used this on the dashboard, at the beach and at Coachella 2012!!!!! All instances had mixed results. I found that having this on my blanket at the beach for around 4 hours got two bars, which ended up giving me about 90% boost to my iPhone 4 and then some. On my dashboard it gets to 4 bars if I leave it there for 2 days, but I don't usually do that. It seems like the dashboard ALMOST fully charges it, but I can tell its probably actually at about 90% full at about 10+ hours of dahsboard time. At Coachella I had this thing on the carabiner on my backpack and was moving around all day. It gave me about 60% charge to my iPhone when I needed it(at nigth). I think I was in the sun for about 5-6 hours, but moving around a lot.
With Galaxy Tab 10.1: It give around 40% charge to the Galaxy Tab 10.1 which I've used on the airplane for back up power. I charge the tab with POWER OFF so it can give more juice. 40% to the tab is a few hours of extra video/games/etc, so its definitely cool for a boost.
Using USB charging: If you connect it to your computer, it seems like 6 hours is the right amount of time to get 4 bars full. I've used it with my iPhone charger too, and it seemed like 4-5 hours. Either way, just check the status using the big button.
Flashlight: I haven't needed this BUT ONCE.Read more ›
That's what I though after taking it out of the box. Its a light unit, it does not feel like there is a battery/electronics in there at all. But this thing works beautifully! Some of the reviews mention that it takes hours for the unit to solar charge, and that it might melt if you leave it on your dashboard in the sun. Not true. I live in Georgia. The summers here are HOT. Getting in your car after leaving it in the July sun is like climbing into your oven at home. On a recent day trip I left the charger on my car's dashboard in the July sun, and it had charged to full during the two hours I was gone from my car. And it did not melt into my dashboard.
On another day trip my Droid Razr was dying (poor battery life is the norm for that phone), and I simply pulled the charger from my pack, plugged in my Micro USB cable, and put the battery unit in the pocket of my shorts along with my phone. It didn't feel clunky or anything, and it charged my phone. What more can you ask for?
This is a great charger for the money, especially when you compare it to other solar batteries like the GoalZero ones. I'm sure they work just as well, but IMO they are way too expensive for what they do.
Some other little tidbits I'll offer:
-I've charged this unit by plugging the special (included) USB cable into a Kindle power Adapter and one of the mini Apple power adapters, and both charged it perfectly.
-Its small, so it fits in a backpack, purse, or pocket really easily.Read more ›
It is a bit difficult to actually fully charge this thing on solar alone, but it does well enough to charge up my phone and MotoACTV at the end of the day. The included locking biner is a nice touch. It isn't climbing spec, but it is a lot lighter than a climbing locker.
And a note on customer service- This comes with a protective film on the panel. I went to take it off, and the top was actually tucked under the case. I thought maybe it was supposed to be permanent and I screwed up trying to remove it, so I emailed support. I had a response in minutes. I wrote later asking about additional panels, and again, a response in minutes.
Final note- it comes with a part for hooking up additional panels, and the manual states you can buy additional panels, but they don't actually make the panels yet (as of 6/13/12).
Other than that, so far so good!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I ordered a replacement unit, so I'll update this if it works, but the first one is useless. Plugged in to the DC charger, it shows a full charge, but unplugged, no charge, even... Read morePublished 6 days ago by J. C. Overgaard
To be fair - i have used this solar charger intermittently. It has followed me to several places and has not failed but worked ok and let me survive to the minimum. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sohrab
Solar feature is not that useful. Bulky for the amount of battery power. I have a smaller one with 3x the battery mAh.Published 4 months ago by Gary Lowell Jr
My sister was always complaining that her phone battery had died. I and other people were unable to get a hold of her as a result. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rob
I use this often, it is easy to use and keep charged. It also charges my Samsung Galaxy s5 batrery from dead to full twice before needing to be recharged.Published 5 months ago by Froggie0115
It charged as promised, but the recharge was weak. I had it out for an entire week in sunny/cloudy conditions and it did not receive full charge - once it that time. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer