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Poweradd™ 7W Foldable Solar Panel Portable Solar Charger for iPhones, Samsung Galaxy Phones, other Smartphones, GPS, Bluetooth Speakers, Gopro Cameras and More Reviews

Poweradd™ 7W Foldable Solar Panel Portable Solar Charger for iPhones, Samsung Galaxy Phones, other Smartphones, GPS, Bluetooth Speakers, Gopro Cameras and More Reviews


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Poweradd™ 7W Foldable Solar Panel Portable Solar Charger for iPhones, Samsung Galaxy Phones, other Smartphones, GPS, Bluetooth Speakers, Gopro Cameras and More

Poweradd™ 7W Foldable Solar Panel Portable Solar Charger for iPhones, Samsung Galaxy Phones, other Smartphones, GPS, Bluetooth Speakers, Gopro Cameras and More
  • 7 watt mono-crystalline 18% conversion rate solar array provides up to 5V/1A output.
  • Widely compatible with iPhones, iPods, samsung galaxy series phones, other smartphones, ebook readers, gopro cameras, GPS and more other 5V USB-powered devices.
  • PET plastic laminate and PVC water-proof material to ensure weather-resistant and durability.
  • Folding size only 9.05 x 6.29 inches, ultra-compact and superior portability. Eyeholes design makes it convenient to attach on backpack for use on the go.
  • Package contents: Poweradd™ solar panel charger, user manual.
Where there is sunlight, there is power.
Poweradd™ Portable Solar Panel is a great addition to camping, hiking, backpacking or other great outdoor activities, especially for emergencies in case you lose power or are somewhere there is no power. Easily save your dying phone by getting free juice from sunshine.

Easy to use & Wide compatibility
● Since the output port is USB, it can be used to charge smartphones, external battery packs, ebook readers, or any other 5V USB-charged devices.
● Unfold the Poweradd™ solar panel under DIRECT sun, connect your device to the USB output port, then free juice keep powering your gadgets.

Trouble shooting
● Why my Apple devices kept giving me a warn

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What customers say about Poweradd™ 7W Foldable Solar Panel Portable Solar Charger for iPhones, Samsung Galaxy Phones, other Smartphones, GPS, Bluetooth Speakers, Gopro Cameras and More Reviews?

  1. 77 of 83 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This is a good 7 watt solar panel sold at a very fair price!, April 17, 2014
    By 
    JJCEO (Greenwood, Indiana) –
    (TOP 10 REVIEWER)
      
    (#1 Hall OF FAME REVIEWER)
      

    This review is from: Poweradd™ 7W Foldable Solar Panel Portable Solar Charger for iPhones, Samsung Galaxy Phones, other Smartphones, GPS, Bluetooth Speakers, Gopro Cameras and More (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 7:03 Mins

    This device is rated to output 5 VDC at 1.272 amps max and it features a single USB port to charge one device at once. It is a 7 watt solar panel for charging your USB devices. I had success with the product as it would charge an iPad 2. This is on a cloudy and partially sunny day.

    Here are my test results:

    PowerAdd folding Solar Panel 1st test:

    iPad 2 starting at 3%

    * 1 hour iPad at 13%
    * 2 hours iPad at 18%
    * 3 hours iPad at 22%
    * 4 hours iPad at 25%
    * This was done on a partially cloudy day and the decreasing charging rate was due to the clouds occasionally blocking the sun. To the credit of the solar panel it began recharging whenever the sun did return to a higher brightness.

    PowerAdd Solar Panel 2nd test:

    iPad 2 at 3%

    * 60 min iPad 2 at 13%
    * 120 min iPad 2 at 24%
    * 180 min iPad 2 at 31%
    * Here you can see a steadier charging rate due to the sun begin brighter and not blocked by the clouds as often.

    * Be very careful of exposing your electronic devices to the hot sun. I covered mine with a white towel and then covered that with a white cardboard box. High temperatures are not good on batteries, electronics and LCD displays. Left in the sun unprotected they will be damaged severely.

    This solar panel would be ideal for outdoor use by campers and anyone who needed to charge a phone, iPad, or a USB rechargeable battery, GPS or flashlight. This product is great for emergencies when you lose power.

    The unit folds up nicely into a portable package that is small and lightweight and only weighs in at 12 ¼ ounces. It is easy to pack or put into a backpack. The USB port is contained in a Velcro closed pocket that is also large enough to hold your phone and the cable while it is charging. You can also carry extra USB cables in the pouch for your various electronic devices. The solar panel has multiple hanging loops to hang it on a wall, side of a tent, on your backpack while you are hiking or a line if you need to. The folding case is made of a water proof material but do not leave the solar panel out in the rain.

    I tested the unit over 2 days and both days had partly cloudy/sunny skies. Full intense sunlight provides the best results and any clouds or shadows can slow down your device from charging. Please watch my attached video and I hope it is informative for you.

    I was provided a free sample of the device for testing and to provide an impartial review.

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  2. 23 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect item for techies who are into lightweight backpacking, August 12, 2014
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    I am into lightweight backpacking and so far I have bought the following solar panels GoalZeo Nomad 7, Anker 14W and finally the Poweradd 19.5W. I recently had a chance to try them in Western NC mountains side by side, we were car camping and took everything. The Poweradd was bought to cut weight and still be able to charge my Note 3 with Two batteries (GPS, music, books and Videos, Note 3 Camera Setup with 4-12x Telephoto and macro/wide/fisheye) plus my AA batteries and sometimes 14,000 mAh battery pack. In approximately four hours, I was able to charge my Note 3 in airplane mode from 20% to 90%, we has intermittent sun shine and it was easily providing app 5.1 V, 1.65 A, same numbers what I get when I plug in the wall charger. I need to test more but if we got clouds and I saw the charging drop to app 3 watts, and then the sun came out back again, it did not started drawing the full power, unless disconnected and reconnected again. I will update my review as I gather more data (I am a EE and work in electrical utilities, so I may have more interest than an average user) but I highly recommend the product if weight is a consideration. If rough use is more of concern then Goalzero/Anker panels are thicker with what seems like higher quality components all around.

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  3. 13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Poweradd is a performer and packs a punch in the power department …, July 12, 2014
    By 
    D. Fowler
    (HALL OF FAME REVIEWER)
      
    (TOP 10 REVIEWER)
      
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    I really love the anything solar and the Poweradd is an excellent solar charger, but if you haven’t used a solar charger before, it will take a bit of experimentation before use. Obviously in order to take full advantage of the panels, you’ll need some full sun. You should try to place the panels at a 45° angle so they’ll catch some rays.

    There are several things you’ll need to keep in mind even before you think about putting the Poweradd in your cart, let alone hitch the included carbineer to one of its loops. Take for example if you’re going hiking. Are you planning on taking that tablet? Probably not, but you’ll most likely be taking along a couple of phones, a handheld GPS, and perhaps one or two other small devices that need recharging. You seriously can’t expect to charge a power hog with two panels.

    Recharging is the key here and you may wish to add an external battery pack to the list. If you know the battery capacity of your devices, you’ll be amazed at the actual capacity of the Poweradd. For example, the iPhone 5 has a battery capacity of 1440mAh while the iPad Air has a capacity of 8820mAh. Consider what you’ll be using and what you want to charge or take with you. If you spread out the Poweradd you can attach a larger reserve battery pack to store the extra power generated. This extra power generated can be used later if the weather turns or it’s cloudy.

    My recommend would be to take along a 17000mAh battery pack. They tend to be slimmer and pack a punch in the charging department. Oh, and don’t forget the cables because the Poweradd doesn’t have them, least ways the 14W one I have. There are not one, but two type A USB ports or jacks built in to the Poweradd. These are like the ones you have in your PC. Usually in a battery pack they are marked 2.1A and 1.0A, but both of these appear to be the same (I examined them carefully) and will push out as much power as they can.

    I’ve tested out solar panels before and have tried powering up several different small devices successfully. What you need to watch out for is overheating your device. I’d recommend keeping the Poweradd in full sun and your device in a shaded area if possible. For example, the iPhone will say «Temperature: iPhone needs to cool down.» The same holds true for other devices. Usually any small device will tolerate temps up to 95° before running into problems. Prevent them from overheating by protecting them and keeping them out of the sun.

    SPECS:

    ~► Solar power input: 14 watts
    ~► Output: 1.5V / 2A (Max)
    ~► Output 2: 5V / 2A (Max)
    ~► Dimensions Folded: 12″ (L) x 7-1/4″ (W)
    ~► Dimensions Unfolded: 16-3/8″ (L) x 12″ (W) (includes the fold)
    ~► Weight: 15.7 ounces

    WARRANTY:

    12 months limited.

    Obviously you aren’t going to get much in the box: the Poweradd and a carbineer. a multipurpose adjustable strap, and a rain cover. The warranty period is not as good as I’d like to see, but the price is good. I’ve seen warranties that hit the three-year mark. The Poweradd should conceivably last this long, but obviously I can’t know that at this point in time. The canvas is not waterproof nor water-resistant, so I’d add a small rain cover or keep the plastic bag that comes in the box.

    The canvas is definitely sturdy and heavy with a reinforced internal backing that will protect the panels when the Poweradd is closed. There’s a mesh zippered storage pocket in the back of the panels that has the USB ports. You can add your cell phone and cords in this pocket. It’s designed so as to not scratch or damage the cells. The directions are minimalist and when it lists the specs it is rather confusing because it lists specs for all models. For example, I have the 14W and no micro US cable is included, but I do have the carbineer.

    The solar panels are quite vulnerable so I’d recommend tucking a small microfiber cloth in the storage pocket. I’ve been wiping my solar cells down (they do smudge) trying to make sure I don’t get any dirt on them. As you fold the solar cells when you are done, lightly wipe the canvas before folding. I actually put a pit in one of my other solar panels because I didn’t wipe it down before closing. Be especially cautious if you are placing the Poweradd on the ground because dust particles can drift on to the panels. The entire set up is quite solid and very well-designed.

    There are six loops in the Poweradd that will give a lot of options for either hanging or looping to something like a backpack. One already pulled out so I’m not happy with that. I’m going to have to Gorilla glue it back in place. One last hint is that you will need to expose the panels to at least 30 seconds of direct sunlight before using, preferable at that 45° angle. This is essentially a plus-and-play («charge») device and not a lot can…

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