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If the sun is shining, you've got power.
Winner of the 2009 Outdoor Industry Award, the Powertraveller Solargorilla Portable Charger allows you to charge your electronic devices literally anywhere the sun shines. The fold-up design and rubber casing protects the advanced PV solar panels during transport and the 16 included adapter tips provide compatibility with a wide range of devices.
- Two advanced PV solar panels provide portable power for your Powergorilla portable charger or laptops under 40 watts, mobile devices, hand-held game consoles and more
- Durable rubber casing and fold-up design protects the solar panels during transport
- Red LED indicates the strength of the charge
- 20V power socket out and a standard USB 5V socket out provide versatile charging options
- 10.3 X 7.8 X .7 inch dimensions and a low weight of under two pounds makes the Solargorilla easy to transport
- Includes a zippered case, DC extension cable, and a USB extension cable
- Includes 8 Gorilla Male straight adapter tips (L50D, L51D, L52D, L53D, L54D, L55D, L57D, L61D, L73D))
- Includes 8 mobile device adapter tips (DC2.0-mini Nokia, micro USB, mini USB, Samsung G600, LG Chocolate, Sony Ericsson wide connector, C4.0 for Sony PSP, Nintendo DS Lite)
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got it a while back , found it a good use during sandy, charges 2k+mah phone approx in under 3h time. a bit heavy but very solid and scratch and short drop proof.
anyone tried to charge ipad mini? wont charge it. very hard to calculate how many watts this unit is some say around 30 most shops say its 10watts no amps info no wattage info , not sure if you could even charge laptop with it or even use , ipad mini needs 10 watts and it wont charge with it , was using it flat at 12-1pm right under the direct sun cant figure out how to make it work, no extra adapters or anything else was used simply ipad mini to solar panel by usb. the good thing is it does charges cell phones pretty good in low light while other portable solars dont even work in low light so i was assuming it has some higer wattage then 10watts.