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A second, third, and fourth battery for smartphones.
Goal Zero's Flip 30 Recharger is smaller than your smartphone and can charge it three times, which really comes in handy when you're camping, travelling, or simply on your phone too long each day. Just plug it in with your USB cord and you're good to go; alternatively, you can charge the Flip 30 via your charger at home, computer, or any USB device.
- Small, portable battery recharges smartphones on adventures
- Battery indicator lets you know how much batter life is left
- USB-compatibility works with phones, cameras, and solar panels
- Enough power for three recharges
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- Q & A
Buy Two, His and hers
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
For people that have cell phone batteries that drain too fast and plan on spending extra time away from a power outlet, this is an amazing product. I originally bought one for myself, but ended up giving it to my wife and buying a second one.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I have the Flip 20 which was just a bit to small for longer trips or if I am wanting to have multiple things to charge. The 30 is as great as the 20; being a bit bigger, still able to fit in the palm of your hand, but has noticeably more power. You are able to charge a phone 3-4 times depending on how low it is, and it takes a few hours to get fully charged if depleted fully. Pairs perfectly with Goal Zero solar panels.
Goal Zero Flip 30 Recharger
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Anybody who owns a cellphone can find a use for one of these.
I gave my mom one as a gift, and she uses it to keep her phone charged on 3-4 day bike-packing trips. The battery is big enough to charge an Iphone just over 3 times.
I have one too and I end up using it way more than I ever plan to. I leave it plugged in all the time so when I am about to leave the house for something fun and my phone is at 10%, I can just grab this. It especially comes in handy when I am playing music via Bluetooth, since that will drain your phone battery really fast. Beyond that, I always have it with me when I travel.