It’s always a good idea to have an external battery on hand, but what happens when you’re hiking in the middle of the woods, your phone’s dead, and you forgot to charge your power bank? If you’re the proud owner of a Ravpower 20000mAh Solar Power Bank, you’ve been popping it in the sun for a while and it’s nice to go. I’m not sure otherwise. Perhaps you’re asking Bigfoot to use one of his outlets.
Usually, the Ravpower 20000mAh Solar Power Bank costs $40, which for that capacity is a bit expensive. At Amazon today, though, through this link, you can add it to your cart, then click the coupon that appears in your cart. The total automatically drops to $25.99 during checkout. That’s almost 40 percent off the typical cost, and to get free shipping, you’ll be just over the threshold. You can choose between black and orange.
With rubberized edges and IPX4 water resistance, this durable and sturdy charger is designed to be rugged. It features two 2.4A USB ports and an integrated flashlight to help you see or get a clearer picture. In addition, there are built-in safeguards to protect your phone against overloading, short-circuiting and other non-ideal situations. Note that recharging this completely takes quite a long time using only the sun. In fact, about a week or so, a few hours in the sun should get you enough juice to help in an emergency, and when you’re at home, just plug it into a wall and it’s going to be charged in about eight hours. Some reviewers say the power bank is a bit heavy, so you’re probably going to want to put it in your daypack instead of in your pocket.