AA and AAA Solar Battery Charger – Charge Your Batteries Via USB or Sun Power – Features Also Include a Battery Tester and USB Output for Charging Cell Phones, iPods/mp3s, and More

June 23, 2013 - Comment

The Solar AA/AAA Battery Charger and Tester by XTG Technology The ideal All-in-One Charger. Power up 2 pairs of AA or 1 pair of AAA batteries using the provided USB Cable or Sun Power via the solar panels. The XTG-SLRBC featuresAA/AAA battery tester that tells you if your primary or rechargeable AA/AAA battery is dead,

The Solar AA/AAA Battery Charger and Tester by XTG Technology
The ideal All-in-One Charger.

Power up 2 pairs of AA or 1 pair of AAA batteries using the provided USB Cable or Sun Power via the solar panels.

The XTG-SLRBC features
AA/AAA battery tester that tells you if your primary or rechargeable AA/AAA battery is dead, weak, or good.
Reverse Polarity Protection: Prevents damage to the charger if the battery is improperly inserted.
Built in LED indicator

Whether your camping, traveling, or just need that extra boost of power, the Compact Lightweight Design XTG Solar Battery Charger is the solution for renewable power

AA and AAA batteries can be used to provide emergency power boost to your mobile device.
The USB output port can charge cell phones, mp3 players, and other USB powered devices using the power from the AA or AAA batteries and your device’s existing USB charge cable.

NOTE: Charge fully via USB before use of solar. Solar is most useful for emergency power. Solar power will charge up to 50-60% of the internal battery providing an approximate 40%-50% charge to your device.

Product Features

  • AA/AAA Solar Battery Charger – Charge up to 2 pairs of AA or 1 pair of AAA batteries (not included) via USB or Sun Power
  • Compact Lightweight Design: Convenient for travel or emergency use
  • Features USB Output to charge cell phones and other USB devices using the AA or AAA batteries
  • Includes Battery Tester: Tests rechargeable or Primary AA or AAA batteries
  • Reverse Polarity Protection: Prevents damage to the charger if the battery is improperly inserted

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Blue Light Hawaii says:

XTG AA and AA Solar Battery Charger Review Been into Solar Chargers for the past 6 months. Interest in solar charges grew from wanting to be prepared for emergencies. The electronic devices that I have are powered through AA, AAA, and USB sources. Therefore, my focus was on finding a solar charger that can power one or any combination of the three. This is the review of the XTG AA and AAA Solar Battery Charger.I was hopeful as this solar charger is supposed to be able to charge both AA and AAA batteries. Many charges do not have the ability to charge AAA batteries. In addition, the solar charger has the ability to charge devices through a USB adapter. On the positive side, this charger did appear to have some ability to charge AA and AAA batteries, could use AA or AAA batteries to charge a device with a USB connection, there is a charge indicator for either the first AA or AAA battery position, and has a red LED light that turns on when you have a battery inserted and is in the process of charging…

CuriousJoe says:

BEST solar battery charger on market, for a “price”! The XTG-SLRBC solar battery charger is a BARGAIN at only $25!It gains a star simply in versatility to use any AA or AAA battery to charge a device (phone) in an emergency.HOWever, it is a *cheap* charger, so do not get any high expectations (the “price”)! If you have the money there are a number of expensive quality units, but the cost vs value of this unit put it at least on par with those those expensive ones.PROS:Can use any rechargeable AA or AAA battery, easy to replace wore out batteries…… Charging of batteries can be done solar or by plugging into an USB port.Can use regular alkaline batteries to charge cell phone, iPad, whatever.Built in tester.Reverse polarity protection (reversed installed batteries not charged).CONS:The solar cells needs over 26 hours to full charge a 4 set of AA batteries (2000mAh each, 8000 total) under full sun (small collecting area, not best solar cells)No indicator for…

Claudio F. Caballero says:

Works OK, but doesn’t show when charge completed. Caveat: I have not tested the solar charging features yet.The product works as advertised, and in fact has some features not shown on the product page. You can provide USB power to other devices using standard disposable batteries (Alkaline, etc.), and can do so with only one pair of AA (rather than the full complement of four AA).However, the battery tester is weak in that it only provides 3 different LEDs for indication (red, yellow and green) rather than some kind of meter or higher resolution indicator.The one big disappointment is that when charging the battery (the instruction sheet says its the same whether charging via solar or USB), the unit does not give ANY indication of progress or completion. You don’t know when the batteries are fully charged!

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