AA and 9 volt battery charger with 3, 6, 9, and 12 volt power supply
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- Uses solar power to charge two AA batteries internally
- Uses solar power to charge 9 volt batteries externally
- Has a multiplug adaptor to fit many electronic devices such as cell phones mp3 players ect.
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|Package Height||1.6 x 4.1 x 7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.55 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
You really should read all instructions. You have to set it to 12 volt to charge a 9 volt. It's all in the instructions. After I re-read " OK read the first time " it was easy to charger a 9v up.
DON'T BUY FORM AMAZON. Harbor freight has them for $7.00. I went back and got one more so I could charge up 4 AA at a time. I've tried recharging my cell phone. Using a 5 voltage regulator, one panels just doesn't seem to have enough mA to cut it. Using two seams to work kind of. It's easier to use a 9 volt on the voltage regulator. It could be something about not having enough sun light I live on the east cost of the US.
It would be hard to find something for seven bucks that work this grate.
With this guy you can put in two rechargable batteries, charge them up on solar and then use it as a power source to recharge small electronic. When the batteries wear out,just insert new recharageable batteries. Or you can power your device directly.
In other words It's not just a disposable toy.
Read the instructions ! It can do many things.
Good quality solar cell and solid construction.
p.s. Bought this four years ago at HF for $7-.
So paying $20 to $26 is difficult to accept, but still worth it.
By the way, Sears is selling this for $70 !!!
So you could get soaked even worse than this.
The AA battery compartment is underneath.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
sturdy, and good for gradually re-charging a number of items. I bought the rechargeable 9 volt batteries with this, for emergency colloidal silver manufacture- should it be needed.Published 9 months ago by Martin W. Divirgilio
I would NOT recommend this product to anyone. I used it to charge a few small items and it did not work, even on a sunny day. Read morePublished 12 months ago by One Renee'
Mine did not come with the 9 volt battery adapter as pictured.Published 16 months ago by J. K. Robbins
Looks like my second grader soldered them up. Poor quality.Published 17 months ago by David GreenSeeker
Not for outside use. Tried putting it in an airtight clear container but it got too hot and wouldn't work. Stopped working when it got wet (from rain). Read morePublished 21 months ago by Lisa J Woods
I returned this because the 9V charging method has no indicator (LED or otherwise) if it's done charging.Published 22 months ago by Nelson