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Solar Power Charger - 9.99 (not inc. delivery) @ iWOOT £14.94

£14.94 @ IWantOneOfThose
First attempt at a deal so here goes: Comes with lots of different adapters so i available for usage with a wide variety of mobile phones and all ipods. Can also be charged via usb if it is dull outs… Read More
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
First attempt at a deal so here goes:
Comes with lots of different adapters so i available for usage with a wide variety of mobile phones and all ipods. Can also be charged via usb if it is dull outside. I personally think that its a great idea to give you that extra boost on your phone or ipod. Styling is small and sleek. Bargain at 9.99.

Not sure when offer ends but r.r.p 24.99 so i'll be ordering mine after posting this.
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banned#1
Add £4.95 for delivery.
#2
yeah you do need to but still a good offer i suppose.
#3
Just ordered mine (3, 2 as gifts and 1 for me to try out!!!)

Thanks heat added
#4
From the sound of it, this thing contains a battery which is charged up from it's solar cell (or a USB connection). When it has charged itself, you can then use it to recharge you mobile - is that right?
At a miniscule 2 inches across and 4 inches tall, I wonder how long it takes to recharge itself from the sun?
Sounds like another christmas turkey to me
#5
Crikey, is this a gadget that purports to save energy but its energy gain is probably negated by the energy used in its manufacture, storage , distribution and final disposal...trying to leave it out for a day's sunshine is pretty tough pre-requisite.
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From the sound of it, this thing contains a battery which is charged up from it's solar cell (or a USB connection). When it has charged itself, you can then use it to recharge you mobile - is that right?
At a miniscule 2 inches across and 4 inches tall, I wonder how long it takes to recharge itself from the sun?
Sounds like another christmas turkey to me


10 hours or so.
#7
I have a solar charger similar to this, I never use it at home (tried but it had to stay out too long and you needed a very sunny day to get a decent charge). I normally use it on holiday when its great. would give my PSP a decent charge or fully charge my mobile phone. For what I use the devices on holiday it was more than ample.

Really handy if on the move and no plugs are forthcomming but I would still carry chargers for must use equipment.

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