Anker® 14W Solar Panel Foldable Dual-port Solar Charger for 5V USB-charged Devices Including GPS Units, iPhone, iPad, Android Phones and Android Tablets

April 9, 2014 - Comment

Tap into the sun’s endless energy and keep your gadgets juiced up in the wild. Brilliant power supply. When you’re out enjoying the great outdoors, enjoy yet another perk: free limitless power. With a maximum output of 5V / 2A among two ports, power up any USB-charged gadget at speeds four times faster than a

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Tap into the sun’s endless energy and keep your gadgets juiced up in the wild.

Brilliant power supply.

When you’re out enjoying the great outdoors, enjoy yet another perk: free limitless power. With a maximum output of 5V / 2A among two ports, power up any USB-charged gadget at speeds four times faster than a computer USB port (depending on the weather’s cooperation).

Packin’ portability.

Folding down into an easily-stowable paper-sized package, the 1.7lb charger adds minimal weight and size to your pack. Well-placed eyeholes enable easy attachment to your pack, tent or trees.

Rugged quality.
With solar panels faced with hardened PET plastic and bound together with heavy polyester canvas, this solar array sports ultimate weather-resistant durability. High-grade solar panels and premium circuitry ensure lifetime reliability.

Note.
Not compatible with the Anker Pro/Pro2 series.

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Product Features

  • 14 watt mono-crystalline 15-18% efficient solar array provides up to 5V / 2A total output among two USB-charging ports.
  • Compatible with 5V USB-charged devices including, GPS units, iPhones, iPads, Android phones and Android tablets.
  • Hardened PET plastic faced solar panels sewn into high-wear polyester canvas for weather-resistant outdoor durability.
  • Folds down into a 8.5 x 11 paper-sized profile for superior portability; well-place eyeholes enable easy attachment to backpacks for use while hiking.
  • Package contents: Anker® 14W Foldable Dual-Port Solar Charger, instruction manual.

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Comments

Steven Hughes "ReturnZero" says:

Works for an iPhone even in a polar vortex -UPDATE 3/18/14- [Just because your iPhone/iPad/etc. says “Not Charging” when you plug this in doesn’t actually mean it’s not charging or not compatible. It just means it’s not charging as fast as usual, but it probably is still trickle charging, which is fine. If you plug into this solar panel and get no response whatsoever, that’s when I’d be concerned about not charging.]For the price and output, this solar charger is unmatched. A lot of solar chargers require direct sunlight to charge an iPhone any significant amount. Standard iPhone wall chargers use 5 Watts. This solar charger can give you that much even on a bad day, and much more than that on sunny summer afternoon.On the other hand, iPad Air wall chargers are 10 W, so you’ll certainly need some good sunlight to achieve that much with this panel. But I was able to trickle-charge an iPad Air with about 3 W lying on the floor next to a window that was letting in low winter sunlight. I estimate 3 W because…

DVD says:

The “gateway” Panel So you’re thinking about trying solar energy? Get a little thrill by charging off the grid? This 14 watt portable panel is an entry level device often referred to as a “gateway” panel. Sure you’ll get free solar energy, and yes, you will lower your carbon footprint. But be careful because the satisfaction of off grid charging can become a steady habit.You’ll start off with this little 14 watt panel and it will feel great. Then you decide you need a battery pack to store all the solar energy that’s wasting when your phone isn’t charging. That’ll be fun for a while. You might even make some crazy vow to charge your cell phone off solar energy only. But that won’t satisfy you forever.Next thing you know you’re getting the Instaspark 27 watt portable panel. Charging your cell phone and 12 volt devices off the grid and it’s one heck of a ride. Spending less time with family and friends as you surf the web learning everything you can about solar energy…

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