Lightning Deal - Power Bank 24000mAh Solar Charger £20.79 Sold by PLOCHY DIRECT and Fulfilled by Amazon - lightning deal
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Lightning Deal - Power Bank 24000mAh Solar Charger £20.79 Sold by PLOCHY DIRECT and Fulfilled by Amazon - lightning deal

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  • Lightning and Micro Dual Input: No matter whichever cable you are carrying, you can recharge the portable solar charger with either the attached micro-USB cable or your own lightning cable.
  • Amazing Monster Capacity: Can fully charges an iPhone 10 times, a Samsung Galaxy S7 6 times, a 9.7-inch iPad Pro 2.2 times and other smartphones multiple times.
  • Quik Charging Technology: Auto detects your device to deliver its fastest possible charge speed up to 2.1A. DC 5V/2.1A high-speed input is 2.1 times as fast as normal 1A input - a full recharge only takes 11 hours with 2.0-2.4A charger.
  • Smart Express Charge: 3 USB ports combined 5amp output, auto detect the charging requirements from your devices and provide max speed up to 2.4A per port, simultaneously charge 3 devices is available.
  • Charge Anytime Under the Sun: Light and solar power bank charges whenever it's sunny thanks to the wide solar panel. (Note: Please do not take solar as primary recharge source, as the charging speed will subject to sunlight intensity and panel conversion rate)
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Trying to make up my mind if this is better than the one I bought yesterday:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…3WA

It's 2800mah smaller, but it's also 100g lighter. 5.5amp vs 5amps. Nearly £5 cheaper. Not sure how useful the solar panel will really be and not heard of this brand before.
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MSK.13 m ago

Trying to make up my mind if this is better than the one I bought …Trying to make up my mind if this is better than the one I bought yesterday:https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B012V9H3WAIt's 2800mah smaller, but it's also 100g lighter. 5.5amp vs 5amps. Nearly £5 cheaper. Not sure how useful the solar panel will really be and not heard of this brand before.


Agreed, when you are looking at more power, size and weight are factors.Solar panel is probably useful abroad, think it would contribute a trickle to connected devices rather than charge the main unit.

It caught my eye as marked "Amazon's Choice" on my search.
johntugwell4 m ago

Agreed, when you are looking at more power, size and weight are …Agreed, when you are looking at more power, size and weight are factors.Solar panel is probably useful abroad, think it would contribute a trickle to connected devices rather than charge the main unit.It caught my eye as marked "Amazon's Choice" on my search.


It has an extra lightening port as well which is a bonus, though I don't think it would get used. I don't think the extra capacity would mean much in real terms, given about a third is lost from all power banks anyway.

I wouldn't pay too much attention to the 'Amazon's Choice' wording. The catergories are so specfic, it's on majority of products, depending on which keywords you search for.

For example this nearly identical looking power bank is also Amazon's choice:

amazon.co.uk/BER…CW/

As was the Rav Power one.
If you go to the beach or outdoor, where you have more difficulties to find a socket this is more useful.
In my experience, the solar panels on these do pretty much nothing as too small.
Not this brand, but the solar panel on the one I have (from Amazon, but not sold by them anymore) doesn't charge at all. If anything putting it under sunlight appears to drain the battery
Technology not there yet for portable solar powered batteries yet in my experience... Even on sunniest day in Spain it never charged... Not this one though
These are dreadful. I was given 3 variations to review last year and none of them lasted longer than a few weeks.
For the zombie apocalypse storage box.
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