Introduction to Solar Portable Chargers for Electronics

Introduction to Solar Portable Chargers for Electronics

Why Solar Power Chargers ?

Imagine you’re camping or trekking up on the hills, and you get stranded. But you’ve forgotten to recharge your iPhone. Or even if you’ve fully recharged it, at the end of the day or the next your phone’s batteries will be drained if you’re continuously using it. You have your power bank too that will keep you going if you’re still outdoors for a day or two (or three days), but what if it’s running out of power too? Of course, finding an electric outlet in the thick of the forest is obviously out of the question.

1. Small portable chargers that are created and designed to recharge different ranges of mobile phones, smartphones, iPods or any other MP3 player or portable audio gadgets.

2. Solar chargers that feature fold-out models, designed to place on your car’s dashboard.

3. Solar torches, many of which come with a secondary means of gathering energy such as kinetic energy.

4. Public solar chargers that are installed at public places and venues such as parks, squares, and streets where people can re-charge their gadgets for absolutely no charge.

Why Use a Solar Phone Charger?

The top performers in our review are Voltaic Amp, the Gold Award winner; JOOS Orange, the Silver Award winner; and Voltaic Fuse 6W, the Bronze Award winner. Here’s more on choosing a charger to meet your needs, along with detail on how we arrived at our ranking of the top 10 solar cell phone chargers

– See more at: http://solar-phone-charger-review.toptenreviews.com/#sthash.brjQ2VWs.dpuf

Understanding a little bit about how a solar panel works is a good place to start when choosing which one will be the best solar phone charger for you. On the most basic level, a panel left in a well-lit area converts light energy into electricity that charges an internal Lithium Polymer (LiPo) battery. The battery then stores the energy from which you can charge your phone or other mobile device. You can check out our articles about solar phone chargers for more information. –

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Why Use a Solar Phone Charger?

The top performers in our review are Voltaic Amp, the Gold Award winner; JOOS Orange, the Silver Award winner; and Voltaic Fuse 6W, the Bronze Award winner. Here’s more on choosing a charger to meet your needs, along with detail on how we arrived at our ranking of the top 10 solar cell phone chargers

– See more at: http://solar-phone-charger-review.toptenreviews.com/#sthash.brjQ2VWs.dpuf

Solar Phone Chargers Review: Keep Your Cell Phone Charged Without an Outlet

Cell phones are our ubiquitous connection to the world but a dead battery will render them useless at the least opportune moment. Solar cell phone chargers give you have limitless power regardless of the circumstances.

– See more at: http://solar-phone-charger-review.toptenreviews.com/#sthash.brjQ2VWs.dpuf

Why Use a Solar Phone Charger?

The top performers in our review are Voltaic Amp, the Gold Award winner; JOOS Orange, the Silver Award winner; and Voltaic Fuse 6W, the Bronze Award winner. Here’s more on choosing a charger to meet your needs, along with detail on how we arrived at our ranking of the top 10 solar cell phone chargers

– See more at: http://solar-phone-charger-review.toptenreviews.com/#sthash.brjQ2VWs.dpuf

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