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Solar Powered Battery Charger Charges 4 D, C, AA and AAA Batteries

3.7 out of 5 stars 121 customer reviews
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  • Charges 4 batteries at a time. Either AA, AAA, C or D cell rechargable batteries.
  • Comes with USB charging port to charge most cell phones, cameras and other USB devices. .
  • Also has various other charging plugs for charging a variety of electronics. .
  • Weather resistant housing alows for out door use.
  • This model has a blocking diode to prevent reverse power flow at night.
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Solar Whole Sales
  • Model Number: 907
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Description

This unit will charge four equivalent D C AA AAA sized batteries at any one time. It includes an adjustable stand to assist in positioning for the best angle toward the sun. Can also be used indoors when placed in direct sunlight through a south-facing window. Bright sunlight is not necessary for this unit to work properly, but it obviously works faster when available. Overcast days are fine but it increases the time necessary to recharge the batteries completely.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7 x 2.5 x 7 inches
Item Weight 14.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B000H36S0G
Item model number 907
Customer Reviews
3.7 out of 5 stars 121 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #8,289 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Date first available at Amazon.com July 20, 2006

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By Simon Mall Gift Customer on August 17, 2008
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I use this unit to charge C-cell batteries (4 at a time)
It does charge them but.... I never know when they are done charging.
the unit does not come with a charge indicator.
The unit does not give them a full charge. only about 90% charged.
close but could be better.
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Absolutely could not believe how easily this worked. Stuck it in the sunlight (even through the window) and it charged AAA, AA, C, and D cell rechargeables. Had to special order (through Amazon) the rechargeable Cs & Ds.
Only drawback is you can only charge four of one type at a time (no mixing of sizes). Includes a cord (see picture) for solar recharging certain equipment (like cell phones) but I don't have any way of testing that.
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The solar powered charger is exactly what I was looking for. I totally drained my Tenergy "D" cell rechargeable batteries, put them in the solar charger, put the unit in a exterior window on the sunny side of the house for 10 hours & had a 90% charge in all four batteries. The solar charger works with all common battery types, AAA, AA, C, & D. Most good quality rechargeable batteries can be recharged up to 1000 times.

I do not understand why anyone who may be without power for a couple of days or couple of weeks could survive without a solar charger. You could stock up on regular batteries & and when they are dead you throw them out, what a waste.
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A little pricey,but works really well.Using a multimeter,It puts out 8 volts on sunny days.I use it for aa and aaa.Takes around 4 hours to charge 4 800amh aaa batteries and around 6 or 7 hours to charge 4 aa 1200mah batteries.Really light weight.I would be careful not to drop it or bang it around,which isn't that hard to do.
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This was a gift for family living in a remote area in the Philippines. They don't have electricity in their home, but everybody there has a cell phone. This lets them charge the cell phones without paying to use somebody's generator. They've said it actually charges up the phones very quickly.
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By A HARGETT on March 22, 2012
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I love this thing. I takes about the same amount of time to recharge batteries as a regular charger does. I usually leave them on my porch for a day and a half and they are ready to go. I bought a bunch of rechargeables from Harbor Freight (they are super cheap) and keep them all charged and kept in my freezer. I only had one issue. I wanted to have a mulit purpose charger for batteries, mp3 players, phones, ect. This one says it will charge phones but it wont connect to any thing after yr 1999. lol im trying to find out if there is some kind of adapter. But all in all a great battery charger.
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The good:
Weather tight.
Appears to be well built. Update durable RIP 5/15/2015, rained on and snowed on without ill effects.
Decent price.

The bad:
No charge indicator.
Can't charge a single battery of any kind.
Wants the same brand batteries.
Light and portable.
Update Will work with different brands of batteries but must be of the same type.

The ugly:
Hokey hold down for AA, AAA batteries.
No information supplied.

Over all a very good charger for the money. 3 1/2 stars better than average and a good price.
I doubt I will ever use it for AA/AAA batteries as I have a bunch of different capacities and brands.
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I have owned this solar recharging box for about a month. While the quality of the box is acceptable and it is designed to be weather resistant, I find the recharging time slow. In ten hours of direct sun light it was only capable of charging my 4 AA Tenergy 2600 mAh batteries, 10 percent. I found this out by by running my lantern on these batteries. Normally the batteries power the lantern for 12 hours at full brightness when fully charged. After using this solar charger to charge the same batteries for ten hours in direct sunlight, I was only able to run the same lantern for slightly over an hour.

To charge 10.4 mAh (4 x 2600 mAh) ten percent in ten hours leaves a rate of charge slightly over mAh per day. That is the equivalent of charging one of my AAA batteries which are rated at 1mAh daily. If this rate of charge works for your needs, then this charger is for you. If not, then I would look into larger solar chargers. Goal Zero makes a higher performing solar charger Goal Zero 19006 Guide 10 Adventure Kit with 4 Goal Zero AA Batteries for about $90 which is considerably higher performing than this solar charging box.

For $35 this solar battery charger get's the job done, but very slowly. If you require faster charging times, I would pass on this charger, spend more money, and get the one that better fits your needs.
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Update 1/14/13

I found a good use for this solar battery charger. I now use it to store batteries and keep them ttrickled charged.
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