Universal 10000 mAh Portable Dual USB External Solar Power Bank /Backup Battery Charger; External Battery Packs for Headlamp iPhone iPod iPad HTC Samsung Blackberry and Other Smartphone

February 22, 2015 - Comment

Specification: Capacity: 10000mAh Dimensions: 120*76*22mm Input: DC 5V 1A(Max) Output: DC 5V-1A(Max) Output: DC 5V-2A(Max) Solar Panel: 1.5W The battery indicator: 4-LED Indicate Weight: About 330g Package Includes : 1 x 10000mAh Power Bank 1 x USB Cable 4 x Adapter Note: 1. For the first three times of charging, please use wall charge and

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Specification:

Capacity: 10000mAh

Dimensions: 120*76*22mm

Input: DC 5V 1A(Max)

Output: DC 5V-1A(Max)

Output: DC 5V-2A(Max)

Solar Panel: 1.5W

The battery indicator: 4-LED Indicate

Weight: About 330g
Package Includes :

1 x 10000mAh Power Bank

1 x USB Cable

4 x Adapter
Note:

1. For the first three times of charging, please use wall charge and make sure to charge it for at least 6 Hours to achieve maximum performance!

2. We care about every customer. If you have any problem or suggestion, please feel free to let me know, your any opinion is important and a great encouragement to us!

Product Features

  • Built-in 10000mAh high capacity rechargeable Li-Ion battery,Powerful with long operation time.
  • With LED power indicator,Press to charge and press it again stop charging.practical and long cycle l
  • The Solar Charge is a compact and lightweight solar charger designed for people on the move.
  • Equipped with an over-charge protection which effectively extending the battery life,make you use s
  • For the first three times of charging, please use wall charge and make sure to charge it for at lea
Comments
  • Steve P February 22, 2015 at 11:52 pm

    Best light i have used yet I have never had a fugal light for night riding the compares to this.. it is bright enough (or i am slow enough :-)) so i am not able to outride the light at night. That is wonderful!.. bright and clear .. 

  • Brad February 23, 2015 at 12:09 am

    So far I’m very impressed So far everything is positive. I’m using this on my hard hat and the head band didn’t particularly work well for that. I removed the band (had to cut it) and then mounted the light to the front of my hard hat with a single small bolt at the top of the light and Velcro along the bottom. I cut and used a piece of the head band to hold the battery pack in place at the rear of the helmet. Again I used Velcro on each end of the battery pack strap to hold it securely while still being able to remove…

  • Daniel J. Staggers February 23, 2015 at 12:36 am

    Probably, one of the best out there. I was hesitant to buy this product because of the odd size batteries in it. Very glad I didn’t listen to myself. LOL 

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