Powertraveller Falcon 40 Solar Panel

Powertraveller Falcon 40 Solar Panel
Powertraveller Falcon 40 Solar Panel
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Falcon 40 Solar Panel by Powertraveller
Equip yourself with a lightweight solar panel that's designed to charge smaller devices--anything from smartphones to SAT phones and cameras and tablets in between. The Falcon 40 can charge up to 3 devices at once and resists light precipitation and splashes to ensure you can get charge after charge regardless of the conditions you move through.

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SKU: PWRB014
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