Sunlabz offers 2 solar chargers, a 7 Watt and a 13 Watt solar charger, and I got to try their 13 Watt Solar Charger.
The Sunlabz 13 Watt Portable Solar Charger has the following specifications:
- Solar Panel Charger (13W) with Voltage Stability Controller
- High efficiency Solar Cells with 22% Transfer Rate
- Direct Device Charging (no battery) output to USB 5V
- Accessories include: 4pcs Carabiner / 4 pcs suction cups / Micro USB cable
- Perfect for charging your cell phone, digital camera, tablet, GPS, mp3 player
This is great to bring along specially when we go pier fishing because there are no wall sockets there. As long as its sunny, we wouldn't have to worry about our devices' batteries being drained.
I like how this is very efficient in charging our devices just by putting it under direct sunlight. It doesn't charge under home lighting though.
I like how this can be folded to a smaller, thin rectangle. It's very light so I can just bring it on the go.
To maximize the solar panel, I position it 45 degrees facing the sun. The Sunlabz Portable Solar Charger doesn't have a stand so I do have to anchor it to a wall or place something behind it to achieve the 45 degree angle.
There are 2 USB ports located at the back but it doesn't charge as fast if I put 2 devices at the same time.
Here is a video I did on how to use the Sunlabz' 13-watt solar charger:
I am impressed by Sunlabz' 13W Portable Solar Charger and I love how I can bring this on the go. Now, I don't have to worry about my device's batteries getting drained when we go pier fishing or go on a long trip.
WHAT DO YOU USE TO CHARGE YOUR DEVICES WHEN YOU'RE OUT ON A TRIP?
You can purchase the Sunlabz' 13 W Portable Solar Charger on Amazon.
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