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Anker 21W Dual USB Solar Charger PowerPort Solar for portable devices $40+tax AC at eBay

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AnkerDirect on eBay has the 21W USB Solar Charger [ebay.com] for sale at $49.99+tax (after automatic coupon in the cart), free shipping. Combine this with eBay's 20% back to school coupon "PBACK2SCHOOL20" to bring it down to $40+tax at checkout.

Sells for $59.99 at Amazon, reviews seem to be very good.
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Nice!!
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I don't need...but I want. Must resist...must r-e-s-i-s-t...
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returning the fake prime deal price and getting this for $20 cheaper!
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It's so easy to rational purchasing this: imagine the unlikeliest scenario, where, upon a roadtrip across the United States, you suddenly find yourself in a desert where your car inexplicably dies, and with a malfunctioning alternator, its battery with no charge. You suddenly realize you forgot to connect your phone to the USB port, and the battery suddenly dies as you reach for it. Unable to find any source to power your phone, you suddenly remember you had this baby stashed in your car -- lo and behold -- your savior is here to the rescue.
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It's so easy to rational purchasing this: imagine the unlikeliest scenario, where, upon a roadtrip across the United States, you suddenly find yourself in a desert where your car inexplicably dies, and with a malfunctioning alternator, its battery with no charge. You suddenly realize you forgot to connect your phone to the USB port, and the battery suddenly dies as you reach for it. Unable to find any source to power your phone, you suddenly remember you had this baby stashed in your car -- lo and behold -- your savior is here to the rescue.
And then, after few hour of waiting for your phone to charge, you realize you are in the desert and you don't have cell signal Big GrinBig GrinBig Grin
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And then, after few hour of waiting for your phone to charge, you realize you are in the desert and you don't have cell signal Big GrinBig GrinBig Grin
good point, cellphone companies only put towers in locations that have traffic, no traffic = no cell signal. and also what are the odds that you cell and car battery are both gone . . . lol.

this item is not going to be used as much. people will buy it, play with it for couple of days and it's out to garage sale.

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And then, after few hour of waiting for your phone to charge, you realize you are in the desert and you don't have cell signal Big GrinBig GrinBig Grin
drool
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Nice been looking for one of these!
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And then, after few hour of waiting for your phone to charge, you realize you are in the desert and you don't have cell signal Big GrinBig GrinBig Grin
Probably die before the phone charges shake head
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Thank you! Useful in Hawaii where there's lots of sun year round!
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Used one of these on a week long boy scout camp. Great investment since the few outlets in the camp store were always being used by the camp staff.
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Really 21 watt output?
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Good catch was looking at the 15W one which ends up being the same price.

$43 for me after tax, still on the fence since it looks like there are other manufacturers that make this identical product that sometimes hover around $37 on Amazon.
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I wonder when I might use this other than extended camping trip of 10 days or more. For most situations carrying a battery that would have about the same weight would charge my phone 3 times without worrying about the sun.
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