EZOPower Portable Solar External Backup Battery Charger 1500MAH with Flash Light for Smartphones / E-readers / MP3 Players and More USB Powered Devices

*EZOPower solar External Backup Battery Portable Charger 1500MAH with Flash Light.

*EZOPower solar External Backup Battery is the perfect solution for emergency power and power on the go. It includes a built-in battery that can be recharged either by cable or direct sunlight. This is the perfect unit for campers, travelers, gadget enthusiasts, hikers, and power hungry consumers.

*Brand new EZOPower backup battery.

*Battery Type: Lithium-Polymer.

*Battery Capacity: 1500mAh.

*USB Input: 5V 1000mA; USB Output: 5V 500mA.

*Dimension: 120 x 65 x 13 mm

*Built-in flexible ultra bright LED flash light.

*Charge battery either by USB cable or direct sunlight.

*Attach battery to windshield with 2 suction cups.

*Direct sunlight could charge battery up to 50% in 8 hours.

*USB cable could fully charge battery in 4 hours.

*On/Off button to start/end charging.

*Turn on LED flash light with ‘LED’ switch.

*Check battery capacity status with ‘Check’ switch.

*Integrated microchip prevents overcharging.

*Recharge this battery by connecting USB cable with PC/laptop.

*Compatible With : Cellphone / iPhone / iPod / MP3 / Kindle / Sony PSP / Nintendo DS / GPS

Product Features

  • EZOPower solar External Backup Battery is the perfect solution for emergency power and power on the go.
  • It includes a built-in battery that can be recharged either by cable or direct sunlight.
  • Convenient window suction mounts to optimize solar charging at home, in the car or at work
  • Provides a full charge to iPhone, iPod, MP3 Players, GPS, Mobile Phone, Android Phone, Cell Phone, Blackberry, HTC, Samsung, Nokia, LG, Sony Ericsson, Pantch, Hwawei, Motorola, Palm, Casio, Sony PSP, Nintendo, Kindle Fire and more
  • Amazon kindle 4 ; iPhone 4s, 4 ; Barnes & Noble Tablet ; Garmin / TomTom / Magellan GPS and and other USB powered devices (If you plan to use this devise with your iPhone, you must use your own USB cable. There is no provided attachment for iPhone, iPod or iPad.)

  • . "Brandon Rodriguez" says:

    love the idea of solar panel the idea of contributing to the world and being a little bit more green motivated me to buy this external backup battery with solar panel. although the solar panel only let you recharge the battery up to 50% i would say this is a really good emergency battery supply. Was planning on using it on Tayrona beach on Colombia, where i will go camping on island where there is no electricity, for my iphone and mp3 player, hope it works fine, and it continues on working, not like other reviews out there. overall bought the product about 3 weeks ago, it has worked pretty well, surprisingly it just charged my iphone, with 100% charge on the external supply up to 70% on airplane mode and with all the apps on the background closed. i really thought this could have charged my iphone up to 100%, hope this was just a mistake on my behalf since charged it 50% with solar energy and then the next day charged it up to 100% with my computer, thought this would come with a wall charger. it only taked about 2 hours and a half to charge, up to 70%. in comparison to the wall charger of the iphone it took the same amount of time that the wall charger, but it didnt charged the iphone up to 100% as the wall charger would do. but taking in count it is solar energy, it is a really good deal for the price and same quality as other portable energy supplies. for that i give this a 4stars, since it accomplishes what i was expecting, with some minor details that will have to verify and when done, will edit my review.

  • Neal Rosenblat says:

    Solar charging is flawed – this worked as well as it could I took this on a Pgh-dc bike trip and thought I could easily charge my iPhone along the way. Before I left I charged it using the USB connection to my computer. It charged my phone pretty quickly, but when I had to use actual solar power to charge it, I couldn’t get it past 50%. I thought the sun was going to melt it before I got an actual charge out of it. I wouldn’t recommend it, but I don’t know if there is a better alternative.

  • rich says:

    Just for small devices Will not charge tables. The solar power takes a while to charge and works best in direct sunlight. Normal room light does not work so sitting in the office is not an option. Unless you have a lamp and place the device about a few inches from the bulb. Outdoor camping or hiking is best. It holds the charge and you could charge any phone great. Larger devices like hte ipad or galaxy tabs won’t work.