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    Portable solar

    FYI. Take your pick. This is not an advertisement, just some examples of what's available, they are not a bad investment, at all, and always a wise choice to own one that fits your budget, you choose.


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    Nice one.

    I have been looking at investing in such a device.

    Had a chortle mind when the presenter in the first video stated that the 4 panel Anker solar charger does not store power so only can be used in daylight.
    Then he later said that it was useful to have in the house during a power cut to charge a USB flashlight......

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    Quote Originally posted by Mark View Post
    Nice one.

    I have been looking at investing in such a device.

    Had a chortle mind when the presenter in the first video stated that the 4 panel Anker solar charger does not store power so only can be used in daylight.
    Then he later said that it was useful to have in the house during a power cut to charge a USB flashlight......

    They can all be used to charge an external battery pack, some kits include the battery, but you can always upgrade with one of your own liking.

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    Aaah of course, extra weight mind but still common sense.

    If I had my way, solar panels would be covering many things. I would rather see them in many places and know that the environment is clean not too mention cheap!

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