Powertraveller Extreme Solar Charger

Powertraveller Extreme Solar Charger
Powertraveller Extreme Solar Charger
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Extreme Solar Charger by Powertraveller
Small in size yet strong in stature, the PowerTraveller Extreme Solar Charger powers electronics strapped to the back of bicycles, atop rafts, or by the side of your tent. Its durable housing protects the solar charger from all the dings, drops, splashes, dirt and dust as it charges phones, cameras, and anything else via the USB port. MPPT technology helps the charger do its job in lower light, and a LED light lets you know how effective the charger is.

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SKU: PWRB015
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