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ProjectaPersonal Folding Solar Panel With Solar Charger 10 Watt


$109.00
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Portable, monocrystalline folding solar panel armed with a versatile 3-in-1 charging cable to provide constant, on-the-go power solutions for phones, action cameras, drones and tablets.

Portable, monocrystalline folding solar panel armed with a versatile 3-in-1 charging cable to provide constant, on-the-go power solutions for phones, action cameras, drones and tablets.

The COMPAC Folding Solar Power Banks are ideal for the outdoor adventurer, with carabiners offering secure mounting that will allow the user to charge their panel throughout the day whilst still hiking, fishing, riding and off roading.

The Projecta COMPAC Solar Power Bank take between 6-8 hours to charge fully allowing you to store your power during the day whilst off the grid.

The PP10 is ideal for charging your phones, smart watches and action cameras on-the-go boasting Lightning™, micro USB and USB-C connectivity in the 3-in-1 charging cable. Output; 1.6A (5V) Input; 10W. Total weight; 300 grams

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  • Year: 2021
  • Name: ProjectaPersonal Folding Solar Panel With Solar Charger 10 Watt
  • Price:
    $109.00
  • Condition: New
  • Sku/Code: BRO-PP10
  • Warranty: Valid
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