Poweradd™ Apollo 7200mAh Solar Panel Portable Charger Backup External Battery Pack for iPhone 5S 5C 5 4S 4, iPods, iPad Mini Retina(Apple Adapters not Included), Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Note 2, S5 S4, S3, S2, Most Android Smart Phones and Tablets, More Other USB-charged Devices

April 9, 2014 - Comment

Limited Time Deal – ONLY $29.99 for Apollo! Where there is light, there is power. In today’s constantly moving world, mobile devices are our windows to social media, but the problem is that they don’t have an unending battery supply. How many times you watched your phone’s battery die before you could charge it? How

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Limited Time Deal – ONLY $29.99 for Apollo!

Where there is light, there is power.

In today’s constantly moving world, mobile devices are our windows to social media, but the problem is that they don’t have an unending battery supply. How many times you watched your phone’s battery die before you could charge it? How many times you have to worry your phone runs out of juice when you’re enjoying camping, hiking or other great outdoor activities? The Poweradd™ Apollo is the perfect on-the-go solution for these annoyed moments.

Portable design

Compact size design for portability, with the free hook, you may just hang it on your bagpack when outdoors, easy to carry and charge.

Compatibility

Since the output port is USB, it can be used to charge smartphones, tablets, or any other 5V USB-charged devices.

Always be prepared to power

With the Poweradd™ Apollo, you could get almost get 4 empty-to-full charges for an iPhone, 2 charges for a large capacity smart phone like galaxy S4, or one charge for an iPad. Wherever and whenever, it always be prepared to power.

Worry-free Warranty

12 months worry-free product guarantee for every purchase from Poweradd™.

Proffessional technical support, Efficient and always satisfied customer service all the year round.

Product Features

  • Solar energy technology, enviromental friendly and could recharge itself under sunshine for emergency purpose when outside.
  • High capacity of 7200mAh, Charges all iPhones 3 to 4 times, a Galaxy S4 more than twice, or an iPad 1 to 2 times.
  • Build-in Lithium Polymer battery cells: anti-explosion, lightweight, compact and reliable. Long lifespan with more than 500 recharging times.
  • Compatible with 5V USB-charged devices, 4 LED indicators makes it easy to know how much juice you’ve got left.
  • Package contents: Poweradd™ Apollo solar external battery, micro USB cable, connecting tips, user manual.

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Comments

CKE says:

A Video Review of the PowerADD 7200mAh Powerbank and Solar Panel I have reviewed several different power banks over the year, but none of them had a built in solar panel. The solar chargin option is attractive for when I am camping, hiking or even on a boat. Having the option to use a conventional 5V mini USB or sunlight is an attractive feature… but remember even in direct sunlight it would take many hours to fully charge a 7200mAh power bank. Due to the time it would take to fully charge many people use the solar panel to help augment the output of the battery… meaning that when you are charging your smartphone/table/device you can use the sunlight to help assist the internal battery.Notes- The max input from the monocrystalline solar panel is 5V at 180mA … while I have not done the math it does mean that it will take over 24 hours (of sun light) for the powerbank to fully charge.- It can be charged even on a cloudy day, but it will not charge under a normal household…

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