Solar Charger 10000 mAh Power Bank - Amazon lightening deal at £31.99 - Sold by aoputek and Fulfilled by Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Solar Charger 10000 mAh Power Bank - Amazon lightening deal at £31.99 - Sold by aoputek and Fulfilled by Amazon

£31.99 @ Amazon
amazon lightening deal limited time and till stock runs out link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01G8MLY2G
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
amazon lightening deal

limited time and till stock runs out

link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01G8MLY2G
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Looks cool considering it comes with a powerbank
4 Likes #2
Yet again mainly "honest & unbiased reviews" but what they don't say is whether it's worth the cash. Useless for 6 months a year due to solar output, and probably only useful if you live south of Birmingham tbh, and will take about 15hrs to fully charge if the peak charging of 700mah per hour is to be believed.
Personally I love solar tech but the price and implementation of this (no way to charge via USB) means it's a no from me
1 Like #3
I got one off ali express 12000mah for about 12 quid
#4
darkening
1 Like #5
Too many reviewers paid to give a review for my liking. So don't know if charger any good or not for the price.
#6
Fine if you live somewhere sunny for long periods of time and you're outside away from power, otherwise it's a fairly pointless item for us in the UK
1 Like #7
It's only a 12w charger, not great. I have a 30w and a 50w, and half the time I find the 30w underpowered. We use a 100w on the caravan just for lighting, overkill in summer but makes it usable the rest of the year.
#8
Cozworth806
Yet again mainly "honest & unbiased reviews" but what they don't say is whether it's worth the cash. Useless for 6 months a year due to solar output, and probably only useful if you live south of Birmingham tbh, and will take about 15hrs to fully charge if the peak charging of 700mah per hour is to be believed.
Personally I love solar tech but the price and implementation of this (no way to charge via USB) means it's a no from me
I don't know about mainly "paid for revues" they all are!

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