Solar Portable Battery Pack with Flashlight and Lantern – Ideal for Charging iPhone, iPod, MP3, Droid, Smartphones, and Other USB Powered Devices – Unit Great for Camping, Hiking, and Other Outdoor Activites

June 23, 2013 - Comment

XTG Technology Solar Lantern Solar Portable Battery Pack with Flashlight and Lantern Great for Camping,Hiking, and Other Outdoor Activites.The perfect solution for emergency power and power on the go. The XTG-SOLLANT External battery and charger includes: Built-in Lithium Ion battery that can be charged using the provided USB cable or using sunlight via the solar

XTG Technology Solar Lantern

Solar Portable Battery Pack with Flashlight and Lantern

Great for Camping,Hiking, and Other Outdoor Activites.
The perfect solution for emergency power and power on the go.

The XTG-SOLLANT External battery and charger includes:
Built-in Lithium Ion battery that can be charged using the provided USB cable or using sunlight via the solar panel. (USB cable included)
Button for multifunctional lighting options: Flashlight, SOS strobe, bright lantern, dim lantern
Built-in battery capacity: 1800mAh.
USB output DC5V±5% 500mAh
Liftable hook great for hanging in tents, windshields, backpacks, and more

This is the Perfect Unit for Campers, Travelers, Gadget Enthusiasts, Hikers, and Power Hungry Consumers.
Ideal for Charging your Cell phone, Smart phone, Mp3, Ereader, Bluetooth Headset and Other USB Powered Devices:
Motorola, HTC, Samsung, Blackberry, T-Mobile, Nokia, LG, Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook, Apple iPod, iPhone and more
(Using your device’s existing USB 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.

Great for Emergency Power
Use USB charging to charge the internal battery fully.

Product Features

  • External battery and charger – Charge via solar power or USB port (USB cable included)
  • Button for multifunctional lighting options: Flashlight, SOS strobe, bright lantern, dim lantern
  • Built-in battery capacity: 1800mAh. USB output DC5V±5% 500mAh max
  • Liftable hook great for hanging in tents, windshields, backpacks, and more
  • 1 year warranty

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My2Cents says:

Recharging works in a pinch, flashlight works great Bought this for a 5 day backcountry ski trip. The XTG did get a recharge in the sun, and it did recharge my phone somewhat. I only give it 3 stars because it does not have enough power to recharge my phone to even 50%. So it works, and I will use it again, but it was not quite as successful as I hoped.More positively, the built in flashlight works great and can be used for a surprisingly long time. I would give that function 5 stars, but my main purpose was recharging my phone.

Jeremy R Jordan says:

Great product I bought this in order to charge my Droid Razer and it does great. I use my razer outdoors in conjuction with the Delorme Inreach so my phone dies fairly quickly. This helps out alot. The clasp on the top of the device is maybe more for hanging the charger in the sun but i wouldnt recommend clipping it to a pack and expect it to be there later. The lights on the device are very bright and basically take away the need to pack a flashlight. Great product for a very reasonable price. I hope this review helps you in you decision to buy or not.

Matthew Castle "AMG" says:

Depends on user! Been using this charger/flashlight for 6 months now.5 MINUTE REVIEW (10 second review is below)==================CHARGER:Has 1 USB port like on computers and 1 micro USB port like on your everyday android smartphone. The cable that it comes with plugs into both of these USB ports so you can use it as a parallel charger (charge the charger and your phone same time). Just plug your phone charger in the solar charger’s micro port, then plug the cable from the regular usb port on the solar charger and the other end of the cable to your phone. Now both are devices are being charged simultaneously!This device charges my android once and dies. Good, considering it’s only 2 AA batteries and a .25W solar panel. It takes 2 days (YES I SAID TWO) of FULL sunlight for this to get to 75% charged. Which is also only as much as the solar panel can charge it. So unless you charge it like you charge your phone (via USB or AC outlet) then the charge…

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