10000MaH power bank with built in solar charger £9.99 Prime / £13.98 Non Prime @ Amazon (Sold by Wollhuuse-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon)
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10000MaH power bank with built in solar charger £9.99 Prime / £13.98 Non Prime @ Amazon (Sold by Wollhuuse-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon)

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Found 24th Oct
Cheapest solar charger I can find, probably not too useful in the UK with the amount of rain we get but for those who travel, £9.99 seems like a good deal.

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This product was issued for free in exchange for a positive 5* review. So be careful guys
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plus the size of the panel being small it will take forever* to charge

*not actually forever just too long to really use the feature ..

Ive looked years ago for solar charging but never found anything that was any good but this looks ok but my need for one has gone.

I had this for over 12 months still holding a good charge. I charge it up using the mains then use the solar to top up as I don't use it for weeks at a time but it's always fully charge when I need it. It isn't any good if you just want to charge off solar unless you want to wait months at a time.

Solar is more of a handy feature rather than a way to re-charge.

I paid £15 Well worth it in my opinion I get about 4-5 chargers of my samsung s7 and a lot more on my wireless headset.

yeah, the solar might not be so hot ( especially here in UK ) but its a powerbank too.. i got the deal, thanks for the heads up !

Bought one of these a while ago and sent it straight back as took nearly 36 hours to fully charge my phone.

This product was issued for free in exchange for a positive 5* review. So be careful guys

shutsy20036 m ago

Bought one of these a while ago and sent it straight back as took nearly …Bought one of these a while ago and sent it straight back as took nearly 36 hours to fully charge my phone.


no doubt you were trying to charge via solar, the solar is more of a "top up" thing,
ive even bought an 60 Watt solar charger in the recent past with MANY solar panels ( 5 ft long) still not great.. solar chargers are a bit crap in the UK... no sun = no charge.

rob.blackie2 h, 13 m ago

solar chargers are a bit crap in the UK... no sun = no charge.


Actually solar chargers are crap everywhere.

mic2mic29 m ago

Actually solar chargers are crap everywhere.

the ones powering my house seem to be doing a good job.

888eyeball6 m ago

the ones powering my house seem to be doing a good job.


Yeah, I should have said *portable* solar chargers

Bought similar from petrol station for £9.99. Has LED torch panel on reverse side and seems to work well.

Didn't contribute to the tax-avoiding Amazon empire either!
Edited by: "Besford" 24th Oct

At perfect charging conditions I'd estimate a minimum of 50 hours to solar recharge this from the built in panel based on its 200mA rating for solar............ Certainly wouldn't rely on it.

For info I have a couple of portable chargers that will charge a phone in OK sunlight in only a few hours and one of these posted power packs in about a full day of good sun, but they're much bigger...... But much better option for if you need to rely on some solar charging

I've got one. Very good at charging but the solar charging is useless. Even all day around a pool in Turkey made little difference to the charge

a666andy2 h, 28 m ago

At perfect charging conditions I'd estimate a minimum of 50 hours to solar …At perfect charging conditions I'd estimate a minimum of 50 hours to solar recharge this from the built in panel based on its 200mA rating for solar............ Certainly wouldn't rely on it.For info I have a couple of portable chargers that will charge a phone in OK sunlight in only a few hours and one of these posted power packs in about a full day of good sun, but they're much bigger...... But much better option for if you need to rely on some solar charging



yeah that sounds likely, and that's if you're in good sunlight all day long, so might take 4 days in sunnier countries, good if you're stranded in the desert but realistically not much use for regular use.

vassy113 h, 59 m ago

This product was issued for free in exchange for a positive 5* review. So …This product was issued for free in exchange for a positive 5* review. So be careful guys


How do you even get involved in that? Do you sign up on a website or what?

Besford19 h, 52 m ago

Bought similar from petrol station for £9.99. Has LED torch panel on …Bought similar from petrol station for £9.99. Has LED torch panel on reverse side and seems to work well.Didn't contribute to the tax-avoiding Amazon empire either!


Although you did contribute to the global-warming, polluting, petrochemical profiteers
Edited by: "steford" 25th Oct

mic2mic22 h, 42 m ago

Actually solar chargers are crap everywhere.



I'm currently sat in Alice Springs in the centre of Austrailia. Solar works fantastically well here 10% of the entire towns leccy comes from solar.

Uk which is probably what you mean and is another story...

herrbz18 h, 42 m ago

How do you even get involved in that? Do you sign up on a website or what?


I believe Amazon offer it to people who do lots of reviews of stuff and get good feedback for them, then you'll possibly be asked if you would like to review something.

Some vine info here - amazon.co.uk/gp/…elp
Edited by: "a666andy" 25th Oct
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