EasyAcc® 7W Portable Solar Charger Panel for Cell Phone iPhone Android Smartphone Samsung Galaxy HTC Bluetooth Speakers
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- 7 watt mono-crystalline up to 18% efficient solar array provides up to 5V / 1.4A total through one charging port
- Power your devices from solar , Recharge external battery and other backup power anywhere, including home, lawn, garden, cycling, camping, hiking trip on the go etc.
- Folded design (size: 7.5 inch), lightweight (weight: 12 oz.), portable charger, easy to use.
- Safe Charging, Durable and Reliable, Environmental protection, never waste your extra money.
- Widely Compatible: compatible with almost any smart device with an input of DC 5V, eg. Smartphones, PSP, Bluetooth speakers & headphones, Google Glass, and MP3 / MP4 players
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- Colour: Black
- Solar Power Output: 7W
- Weight: 12 oz.
- Folded Size: 7.5" x 7.5" x 7.5"
Power your device:
This EasyAcc Solar Charger can directly charge your phone or whatever you'd like via a USB cable as long as there is sunlight, such as smartphones, readers and tablets.
Not compatible with: iPhone
Charge from Solar:
Charge your devices when there is no electrical outlet around, With 7 Watts of charging power, The mono-crystalline solar panel is the most efficient solar panel on the market. Built-in USB cable, could use the solar panel to charger your device directly.
Recharge External Battery:
in case using external battery emergency, which used as a backup power for mobile devises. this unite could recharge it anywhere, Never Waste your money for extra battery Charger, highly recommend Excellent EasyAcc External Battery:
please note: it can hardly charge for cell phone or external battery indoors or in rainy days, the output current of solar charger in cloudy day is about 600mA，while 1400mA in sunny days
1 * EasyAcc Solar Pack
Attention: External Battery not included
Top Customer Reviews
I bought this for two reasons. Firstly to recharge the battery bank I already own (different manufacturer). I live in the north of England so most integrated solar chargers simply aren't going to cut it due to the small size of their solar panels. Larger panels don't just generate more power, hopefully they will make more of the limited sun light available here. Secondly I wanted to be able to directly charge my devices as this is more efficient. When using the battery bank I'm only getting about 40% transfer efficiency. In other words the 5600mAh unit only charges my 1460mAh phone battery about one and a half times, equivalent to around 2200mAh. It's obviously therefore a lot better to directly charge your devices as it takes two and a half times as long to do so via an intermediate battery.
I have 5 devices which I tested on the 31st of May 2013, the hottest day of the year so far (17 degrees C!) with generally clear skies. Here are my findings:
Nook Simple Touch eReader. This works really well and will charge even with hazy sunlight. It charges at about mains charger speed.
Sony Xperia Miro. My main phone. This proved temperamental and would only start to charge with strong direct sunlight. It still managed to charge from 68% to 95% in around an hour so it will be viable if you are planning a trip to more sunny climbs. I was unable to get it to charge after about 5pm even though the sun was strong enough to make the panel quite warm to the touch. See edit 1 below for follow up comments.
Nokia N96.Read more ›
I did lots of different tests and my findings are as follows:
It appears to charge all external battery packs such as Mili, Technet, EasyAcc etc.
It appears to charge all portable Huawei Mifi devices.
It appears to charge all android smartphones(tried on two Sony Experia)
It does not charge Iphone handsets(any model)
Unfortunately I did not have the time to confirm charging speeds but it appears to be reasonable. From past experiences using other solar powered products(such as Solio, Freeloader)charging through Sun can be tricky because things such angle of the panel, time of day, geographical location, and time of the year, all these variables can affect charging times.
Another comment is that the product lucks any straps all velcros to secure it on a bag or give it an angle.
It does not reliably charge through glass unless in bright direct sunlight. It is of no use on a cloudy day or indoors attempting to charge from internal lighting.
I suspect that the output is not regulated and that the voltage probably varies depending on the light falling on it. A USB connector ought to deliver 5V, but if the panels are not regulated you may be getting double that on a bright day. I have connected my Samsung Galaxy S2 directly to it at 50% charge and found that the phone shut down, which may be a protective response to a higher than expected input. For this reason I would only recommend charging a battery pack rather than something more sensitive that you would regret frying.
For most occasions while travelling I'd recommend buying an external battery pack and charging it up off a wall socket or vehicle lighter socket to provide you with a bit of portable power; but if you are going to be away from sockets for long periods and you will have the necessary sunlight then this is a well priced and usable gadget.
When plugging the solar charger to the power bank, the power bank does detect a charge.
However, upon returning to the tent, after a full day of glorious sun, and the solar panel meticulously pointed towards the sun (or at least where it would be at midday to capture the best rays), the power bank barely registered a charge at all. Upon plugging my phone into the power bank, it only registered a charge for about 10 seconds before reporting that it was empty.
So, around 7 hours of charge from the sun, resulted in 10 seconds of charge from the power bank... basically it's absolutely worthless! I know it's a cheap item, but I expected it to at least give me 50% phone charge from all day out in bright sunshine!
Do not buy this product... spend a bit more and get something that actually works (and then tell me about it so I can buy one without wasting money on experiments like this)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This thing doesn't work and I don't know why. There is no instruction to read and I have tried all I could to get it worked but nilPublished 1 month ago by Micky Ronny
maybe I used it wrong but it didn't work for me, and I took it to the middle east with me so there was no lack of sunshine.Published 2 months ago by AWHill
Used it when I was camping in a field for 3 days - it's slow to charge (I don't have the battery) but it was really good for keeping my phone charged and in touch with the outside... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Anne Gadsden
The panel works...but might not work for your phone or battery pack. It is not regulated...I opened it up to check. The output is 6.5 volts in max sunlight. So... Read morePublished 4 months ago by W. Matheson
Attached it to my rucksack for coast to coast cycling expedition. With Strava running, photos, phone calls. After 12 hours use, phone still fully charged.Published 6 months ago by warwick bramley
Great product...in great sunlight. It doesn't need much but sadly failed on an overcast day.Published 7 months ago by G Corrie
really good piece of kit, charged my phone quickly even in overcast conditionsPublished 8 months ago by MR R E L HENDERSON