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OUTXE IP67 Waterproof Outdoor Power Bank 16000mAh with Flashlight Rugged Solar Charger
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- Perfect for Outdoors: IP67 Waterproof, Dust-proof and Shock-Resistant ,Non-slip. Easily hang it on your backpack with the hooks, hands-free on the go. Specifically designed for camping, hiking, backpacking and climbing, other outdoor activities.
- Solar Charger: Environmentally friendly, built with high conversion efficiency solar panel. It could recharge the battery itself under sunlight for emergency purpose while outdoor.
- 16000mAh Huge Capacity: Charge an iPhone 6s 5.5 times or a Galaxy S7 3.5 times. Keep your phones,camera and other devices charged and never worrying about running out of batteries.
- Bright LED Flashlight: 3 light Modes (Normal /SOS /Strobe). Perfectly in darkness, especially for emergency.
- Durable& Safety :Premium battery cells and sophisticated smart ICs . Multiple circuit protection prevents short circuits, over-heating, over-discharging and over-charging. CE, FCC, RoHS certified.
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Specifically Designed for Outdoors Trips
Tired of the low battery capacity and mess of a normal power bank while outdoors?
The OUTXE 16000mAh Rugged Solar Charger will perfectly fix these.
Rugged Backup Battery
Waterproof(IP67 certified: water resistant up to 3ft/1m for 30 minutes under water), dustproof, shockproof and skid resistant, dependable in all weather condition.
Built-in Solar Panel
High conversion efficiency solar panel, it could recharge the battery itself under sunlight for emergency purpose while outdoor. It's environmentally friendly and ideal for outdoor activities.
Powerful & Smart
16000mAh charges 5.5 time for iPhone 6s and 3.5 times for Galaxy S7. Smart output senses the demanding speed your devices require, and delivers its fastest speed all the time.
1.Please do not take solar as primary recharge source, as the charging speed will subject to sunlight intensity and panel conversion rate, which may take long time (about 100 hours)to recharge. We highly recommend charge the battery pack from electricity source.
2.Do not charge the power bank in a car, or put it on the dash of your car, as the high temperature may cause potential hazards.
3.The fourth LED indicator turns green indicating its charging via solar panel.
- Apple devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod )
- Most 5V USB devices (Samsung Galaxy, Huawei, LG, HTC, Sony and more)
- Other Devices ( Bluetooth speaker, Cameras, GoPro, Kindle and more)
Capacity: 16000 mAh(16Ah*3.7V=59.2Wh)
Conversion Rate: 80%-90%
Battery Type: Li-polymer Rechargeable Battery
Input: DC 5V 2A
Output 1: DC 5V 2.4A (Max)
Output 2: DC 5V 1A (Max)
Solar Recharging: 0.22A
Dimensions: 166 × 82 × 20.5 mm / 6.54 × 3.23 × 0.81 in
Weight: 356 g / 12.6 oz
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In my situation, I found that it was a struggle to keep the phone juiced for the entire day without an extra boost somewhere along the way. Maybe even more than once if you're "power using" the phone. I've even seen losses as much as 15-20% just sitting idle overnight (screen off) without charging. I knew this limitation of the phone battery going in when I bought it, which is why I knew I had to find a great battery pack to augment the onboard weak battery.
To remedy this problem, I bought the OUTXE 16000mAh. I wanted to be easily able to quickly recharge with the 2.1 amp port (output 1) while on the road or whenever in a situation of being more than even a short time away from the grid, plus I really appreciate the IP-67 ratings in case the charger got stranded outside during one of our frequent Florida summertime thunderstorms, which often come up quite suddenly.
I wanted to see how many recharges I could get from a fully charged OUTXE 16000mAh battery to my Alcatel Idol 4 with a 2610 mAh battery each time discharged to just to where it dropped to 9% before plugging in the power bank and recharging the phone back to 100% (A 90% charge of the 2610 battery or ~2350mAh of juice added for each recharge.) According to the math 16000/2350 I should get between 6 to 7 charges of this type before needing to replug the unit back into a USB charger, without using any supplemental solar energy. I found it easily recharged the phone fully a full 6 recharges (from 10%) with a little juice still left over to power the LED lights for 30 min or so once the battery level was too low to charge the phone any longer.
As part of my testing, I would leave the power bank out directly in the sun each day from around 9 AM -5 PM each day during late Feb to early March (I live on the central west coast area of Fla.) and optimized vertical and lateral positioning of the unit relative to the sun 3 or so times during the day as the sun moved across the sky. I found that the solar charging WILL make a slight improvement in the overall charge of the battery pack compared to being left in the dark, but realize the solar cells are really only designed for emergency use only, or maybe as a trickle charge to keep the unit fully charged when not in daily use - but NOT as a primary means of charging the unit. To give an example of my test results, I discharged the power pack from a full charge down to just the point the 4th blue led light began to blink out, meaning the unit still had about a 75% charge. I left it out in direct mid-day sun for 3 hours, after which the 4th blue led was solidly on again due to the solar charging. I then plugged it into my phone (2610mAh total capacity) and let it charge up until that 4th light on the battery pack again just started to go out. This enabled me to get a reasonable measure of how much of a charge 3 hours of full direct Florida sun (in March) to the unit was able to recharge my phone. I got about a 20% increase of charge to the phone from leaving the unit directly in the unclouded midday sun during this 3 hour period of time. That's about 522 mAh of juice added during those 3 hours, which equated to about 20% of my phone battery's capacity. According to the label on the back of the OUTXE 16000mAh unit, the max charge under optimum daylight conditions is 220mAh, so my results were only a little less than what the mfr claims as a maximum.
So even under the best of conditions, you should not try to rely exclusively on the sun, even under optimum conditions to be able to charge the unit at a rate even close to the rate of consumption of your phone if you are giving it even light to moderate use. The solar cells can best be thought of as prolonging the lifetime of an initial full charge from a powered source, or in the case of a true emergency, where both the power bank and your phone are totally tapped out, that it might give your phone somewhere between 10-30% of a full charge after sitting a full day under bright sunny conditions, depending on your latitude, time of year and your phone's specific battery specs. While that won't enable you to talk to your girlfriend at home for 3 hours every night if you're hiking the Appalachian Trail from one end to another and listen to tunes during the day while hiking, it will sure enable you to call 911 and give them your location if you slip off a rock face and bust a few bones, incapacitating you (assuming you have cell service at the location of your accident) or have some other emergency. If you think of this device more as an emergency resource for a long trip away from the grid, or as a great resource to keep you powered up for a long weekend camping trip away from other power sources, you will have a very powerful tool in your backpack that will be money well spent! Since I live in hurricane alley, I consider mine more as a resource in case of long-term power outages. Hope this helps. I can definitely highly recommend this device.
Even after I had discharged my OUTXE to the point where it would no longer input any additional charge to the phone battery, the LED lights would still burn brightly for at least 30 min or so before completely dying.
I haven't yet had the chance to really test out the IP67 rating of the unit (not sure I really want to if you know what I mean,) but light rain and a 5 ft. drop onto carpet had no effect on it.
Overall, I am very pleased with this unit as it has fully performed up to my expectations.
Update - 7/4/17. I've now had this battery pack for 4 months and am still happy with it with one exception. The battery level indicator (blue) lights no longer accurately display the remaining charge. I used a Drok USB tester to measure the mAh used so this review won't be based on a guess or estimation, but rather measurable results. Since the total capacity of the unit is 16,000 mAh, normally you would expect each of the lights to go out with roughly a quarter of the power consumed, or around 4,000 mAh for each indicator light.
The first few discharge/recharge cycles they did, but they no longer do. Now the 4th light will go out with only around 800-900 mAh consumed from a full charge instead of 4,000 mAh. The 3rd light will go out at around 1,800-2,000 mAh consumed and the 2nd light will go out, leaving only the first light lit with only around 3500-4000 mAh consumed. In other words, the one indicator light still lit at that point is supposed to be indicating about a 25% charge remaining when in reality the remaining charge is 75% or more.
The unit still holds the full rated charge though, as I have fully discharged it and used the Drok to measure the charge needed to fully recharge it, and it's still around 16,000 mAh. Also, the indicator lights begin lighting back up when recharging at roughly the same point as they went out when discharging. So the unit still works fine overall, it's just that the power level indicator lights are no where near accurate now and are completely unreliable to indicate the actual remaining charge in the unit. When the last indicator light starts blinking, then you know you're actually getting near empty, but not until then.
Note that the only meaningful unit of measuring a power bank's capacity is Wh, not mAh (which are typically given for the 3.7V internal cells voltage).
The stated capacity is 59.2Wh (16000mAh x 3.7V).
The measured input (re-charging) power consumption for a full re-charge from fully discharged state was 85.6Wh (the input re-charging circuit efficiency is about 69%).
The measured output (discharging) capacity from fully charged state to fully discharged state (unit turned itself off) via the USB load meter at 2.4A was 52.2Wh (the output circuit efficiency is about 88%). This is the number you really want to know.
This bank is well made, comes with a good thick charging cable (USB-microUSB), the flashlight is ok (nothing special, it works). It gets a little warm when re-charging and discharging at higher current (2.4A). I like the rubber covers much better than on the 20100mAh version -- they are much easier to open yet provide the same level of protection.
Don't expect miracles from the solar charger. The stated re-charging current (220mA) is likely to be for a direct sunlight at 90 degree (sunny day at 12pm near the equator :-)). And even under such conditions it'll take a very long time to fully re-charge the power bank. But it's better than nothing, so it definitely helps when there are no other options.
The power bank is bigger than the competing models of similar capacity, but it is expected due to the rugged casing and the solar charger.
The attached "black-and-white" photos show the voltage drop when the output (discharging) current is increased from 0 to 2.4A (5.05V...4.87V). The bigger one shows the measured output capacity of 52.118Wh (just about 10 seconds before the unit turned itself off).
The attached color photos show the re-charging progress.
UPDATE::: I have been contacted by there wonderful customer service and my issue has been resolved. If you have a problem don't hesitate contacting them.
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