Nature Power 55020 18-Watt Folding Monocrystalline Solar Panel and Laptop Charger

August 12, 2013 - Comment

The Nature Power 18-Watt Folding Solar Panel is lightweight, portable and water resistant. This solar panel will charge laptops directly using the included adaptors or can charge 12 Volt rechargeable batteries. The included 10 Laptop Adapter plugs will work with most laptops and notebooks for direct charging while on the go. Will work with most

The Nature Power 18-Watt Folding Solar Panel is lightweight, portable and water resistant. This solar panel will charge laptops directly using the included adaptors or can charge 12 Volt rechargeable batteries. The included 10 Laptop Adapter plugs will work with most laptops and notebooks for direct charging while on the go. Will work with most models of HP, Dell, Samsung, Sony, IBM, Toshiba, Gateway, Acer. Battery clamps and an 8 Amp charge controller are included. 12-feet wire, 12-volt /8-amp charge controller, 10 laptop adapter plugs and one set of battery clamps. Open: 27-inch x 15-inchW. Folds to 6 �-inchL x 7-inchW for easy storage.

Product Features

  • 18-watt monocrystalline solar panel for charging laptops and 12v batteries
  • Opens to lie flat: 27-inch x 15-inchw. folds to 6 ?-inchl x 7-inchw for easy storage.
  • 1 amp output at 18vdc
  • Safe for outdoor use
  • Includes 12-feet wire, 8-amp charge controller, 10 laptop adapter plugs, battery clamps.
  • Opens to lie flat: 27-inch x 15-inchw. folds to 6 ¾-inchl x 7-inchw for easy storage.

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Harry A. Hamburger says:

Good portable solar panel Fair price, and nicely made. It is hard to find a folding panel like this, and I would buy two more if I could afford them.

Steve Ashmore says:

nice product. enjoying it I like the product a lot. It meets the advertized information and is easy to take with you any time and anywhere

Seth Goepel says:

Couldn’t Charge… I bought this because I live off the grid, and I need something charge my laptop. I was excited to use it and tried on a full-sun day to make sure I gave it the best chance possible. Nothing happened. My laptop was ‘plugged in, not charging’ the whole day. Off or on, I couldn’t get the charger to give it any power, or even to hold it’s charge from the energy coming off the charger. It was very disappointing!

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