LightSaver USB Roll-up Solar Charger - Battery Bank
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- Can charge a cell phone 1.5 times from its 3,200 mAh internal battery
- Ultra-light weighing only 4.9 ounces
- Charges the internal battery in about 6 hours of full sun
- Optimized electronics delivering more solar power to your devices
- Made in the USA
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PowerFilm Solar designs and manufactures lightweight thin-film solar products in the USA.
USB Roll-up Solar Charger / Battery Pack
The PowerFilm LightSaver USB solar panel provides maximum portability in a solar powered cellphone charger. Charge your phone or other device with solar power even when the sun isn't shining. The LightSaver rollable solar charger features a built-in, lithium ion battery to provide power to your device anytime.
The battery can be recharged either from solar power (in about 6 hours of full sunlight) or by using the included USB micro cable (in about 3 hours). Simply unroll the thin-film solar panel to recharge the battery, wrap it up and take with you. You'll then be able to use solar power to charge your device on-the-go.
- Recharge internal battery via input cable or in 6 hours of full sunlight
- Can charge your phone 1.5 times from internal battery
- Use the stored energy to recharge your device even at night
- Made in the USA
LightSaver – The Extremely Lightweight & Flexible USB Solar Charger
Recharge from the Wall or the Sun
LightSaver can be fully recharged from the sun in a day (6 hours full sunlight). PowerFilm’s advanced solar material works well, even in low light situations. At home, you can recharge LightSaver from a USB charger or computer port with the included cable in about 3 hours.
Portable Power Anywhere
The LightSaver provides USB power wherever you go. It stores easily in your pack and weighs only 4.9 ounces (0.14 kilograms). The built-in lithium battery provides USB power even at night.
Reliable Solar Energy
PowerFilm designs and manufactures portable solar for the military. Extensive testing ensures that the LightSaver will be ready to power your device when you need it.
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The power film lightsaver usb solar panel provides maximum portability in a solar powered cellphone charger. Charge your phone or other device with solar power even when the sun isn't shining. The lightsaver rollable solar charger features a built-in, lithium ion battery to provide power to your device anytime. The battery can be recharged either from solar power (in about 6 hours of full sunlight) or by using the included usb micro cable (in about 3 hours). Simply unroll the thin-film solar panel to recharge the battery, wrap it up and take with you. You'll then be able to use solar power to charge your device on-the-go.
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The only real perk is that it's very lightweight. Other hikers have given up their heavy Goal Zero panels (that work way better) because of the weight where I have held onto the Lightsaver in case of emergency.
I've left this sit on my porch in direct sunlight for TWO DAYS and the light still blinks that it is <50% charged. According to the product description, it should FULLY charge in 6 HOURS. But after over 12 hours of direct sunlight, it still has NOT charged past 50%. So I tried plugging in to my computer using the micro USB cord that came with the charger and it won't charge that way, either. I don't know if the battery is bad or what but it's VERY FRUSTRATING to have paid $100 for this and it doesn't work. At ALL.
This is the second solar-charger I've bought from two different manufacturers that has been a bitter disappointment. Do ANY of these things work AT ALL? Seriously - do ANY of these solar chargers work at ALL?
I bought one of the early units and it didn't function. However, the company was very quick to completely replace the unit.
This one does the job, so I'm very happy!
What a well thought out product in design and function.
I purchased this product for its design, small size and lite weight. I am a back county lite weight backpacker and I have been looking for something to help with charging small devices and the LightSaver does it best.
It is a compact battery pack that can charge any small device at least once while at camp or during the night. It is a highly durable product that uses a solar film to charge the battery pack during the day, even under cloudy conditions and the stored energy can be used at any time later. You do not use sun to directly charge your phone like most competitors. Because as you know, no or little sun and standard panels will not charge your device. The Lightsaver uses sun to charge the battery pack and the pack charges yours devices concept is outside the box and that is what makes PowerFilm Solar a leader in this field for back packers. The only potential draw back is the ports on the ends of the device does not have a cover or plug in them to protect the ports from dirt and debris from inside a backpack or if dropped in the dirt. How big of a problem this is time will tell during the spring trail use coming up over the next few months. It also would have been nice to have the "system" in a water proof bag but I took care of that. One very nice surprise was the small flashlight, that is charged with the LightSaver, that I received in the mail with the product. It is now my go to flashlight due to it weights almost nothing and it is easily charged with the system after I charge my phone...thanks for a great product.
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