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2600mAh Portable Solar Panel power bank external battery USB Charger for iPhone 4/4S/5/5S Samsung Galaxy Cellphones and Others/MP3 Black #00163549

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Product Details

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Key Features

Rated solar power: 0.4W
This charge can be charged either by it's built in solar pannel, an AC adapter or a PC's USB port
Weight: 0.1253kg.
Output:DC 5V 800mA
Input:DC 5V 500mA
Product:12 x 7.2 x 1cm
This charger can be charged either by the built-in solar panel or AC adapter/PC's USB port
Solar panel:0.4W
Input:DC 5V 500mA
Output:DC 5V 800mA
2600mAh bulit-in battery
Compatible with:
- Nokia
- Moto
- Blackberry
- Samsung
- Sonyericsson
- MP3/MP4
- Other cellphones& digital products
We include the charger tips for common cellphones and you need to use your own USB charger cable to charge your phones if the tips do not cover your charger type.


Compatible With Universal,
Cell type Li-polymer,
Capacity (mAh) 2600,
Capacity Range (mAh) 2000-4500,
Features Solar Charge,
Input Voltage (V) DC 5V 500mA,
Output Voltage (V) DC 5V 800mA,
Output Current (mA) 800,
Dimensions(cm) 12 x 7.2 x 1,
Weight (kg) 0.1253,

Learn More About This Product

If the cable that comes with this product does not have the port you need, please use your device's original cable, as it is also compatible with this product.
Power retention is dependent on the device's battery capability.
If your portable, solar-powered battery charger already contains enough electricity, you do not necessarily need to charge your product in direct sunlight.

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  • By nikkom
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  • Jun 27, 2014
Works great. Charges my iPhone in the Sun!

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  • By tadeo.rico
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  • Mar 17, 2014
I loved the product so much. It works perfectly in the sun and you can charge it too. As it works by USB, you can charge every smartphone, so it is perfect for everyone.

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  • By jscanniello1128
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  • Feb 18, 2014
Great product, good deal, also acts as a battery too you can charge it in a wall


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  • By ojasimha
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  • Jan 23, 2014
it is a gr8t item.. working gr8t.. nice one.. i love it..

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  • By JstnPfreely
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  • Jan 17, 2014
Great for all day at the beach when you want to hit the bar after you can just plug into it. Great for camping and road trips can charge on the dash.

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