Savage One | Nov 19, 2018 | 0
SunJack Solar Panels and Battery pack
Have you ever taken out your cell phone to grab that perfect photo and your screen reads, LOW BATTERY? Missed photos of your children playing outside or your favorite band as they stand right in front of you at a concert shouldn’t happen in 2017! Gadget life isn’t long enough, but the SunJack 14W+8000mAh Battery is an on the go solution guaranteed to help you out with the power of solar energy.
Residing in a case smaller than a notebook are 4 solar panels that will power up your drained cell phone in about 90 min. Anything that is rechargeable with a USB cord is compatible with the battery. One SunJack fast-charge cable is included but the cords from your own devices will work as well. The highlight for me is the pocket-sized, take-along pack.
Battery packs are a dime a dozen these days but the SunJack battery pack will charge your iPhone at least 4 times with enough power left over to help refresh your tablet as well! It’s small enough to fit in a pocket with your phone or along side it in a small purse.
Taking videos with your GoPro during weekend trips will drain the life out of your device too, but you can hook it up to the SunJack solar panels and be back to capturing memories in no time. My squad mates at shooting matches have taken advantage of it numerous times so that they can be certain their helmet cam will not miss a second of their run. The convenient mesh zipper pocket allows you to charge your devices and keep them secure while plugged in. Also included are 2 carabiners, giving you the option to hang the charging system in direct sunlight for proper usage. The dual 2 AMP USB ports allow you to charge more than one device at a time, or power back up your battery pack as well.
Retailing for $149.00, the SunJack 14W+8000mAh battery is an affordable way to make sure your essentials stay powered up in fun times or emergency situations. Visit www.sunjack.com for more details.
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