Video Review: Multi Device Solar Charger

As you know, solar chargers have been around for a while, but it's surprising that you don't see more of it in use. With each person connected to their smart phones, iPads & MP3 players, I'm sure it wont be long until these solar chargers are a "must have" accessory.

Here's a video of a portable multi-device solar charger we tried out.


Some features we like about it:

  • It takes a fast charge.  On this initial trial, the device was charged under the sun for a short 20 minutes and was immediately able to start a charge.
  • It comes with several connectors, making it compatible with a variety of gadgets.
  • You can charge the device ahead of time then pack it away to take with you for emergency power.
  • The design is sleek and sharp.


More info about this particular solar product here.

 


Learn more about solar device chargers at WorldSolar.co

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