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This charger features a dual DC 5V/2A and solar power inputs w/ 15000mAh capacity. Ideal for use outdoors; waterproof, shockproof and dustproof. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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RAVPower.com [ravpower.com] has RAVPower 15000mAh Outdoor Portable Charger Solar Power Bank on sale for $16.99 when you apply this coupon code: AIR50 at the checkout. Shipping is free.

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It's best to purchase a separate foldable solar panel. Battery packs with solar panels are a neat idea but just don't mix well in thermodynamics. Solar requires sun and will generate heat, without a fan or something to cool it the lifespan and chance of battery exploding even, are high.
Definitely better than the stupid "LitMobile" power bank that has been spamming my youtube advertisements
Probably worse performance there, due to the heavy cloud cover pretty much 2802 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Definitely better than the stupid "LitMobile" power bank that has been spamming my youtube advertisements
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How many days would it take those solar panels to charge that battery?
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How many days would it take those solar panels to charge that battery?
From the description: "... it takes a week to obtain a full recharge when powering only with sunlight"
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A week..... LMAOLMAOLMAOlaugh out loudlaugh out loudlaugh out loudLMAOLMAOLMAO

"Fast Recharging from Outlet or Solar"
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Is it safe to leave it under direct sunlight for a week?
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Is it safe to leave it under direct sunlight for a week?
Are you moving to Venus or something?
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"extreme temperature will impact battery life"

that can't be good when it's primarily being marketed as a solar charger.
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Heat and batteries. They aren't friendly to each other.
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Are you moving to Venus or something?
Probably worse performance there, due to the heavy cloud cover pretty much 2802 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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It's best to purchase a separate foldable solar panel. Battery packs with solar panels are a neat idea but just don't mix well in thermodynamics. Solar requires sun and will generate heat, without a fan or something to cool it the lifespan and chance of battery exploding even, are high.
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Is it safe to leave it under direct sunlight for a week?
Not safe for you or the powerbank
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Not sure what a separate panel would do here... you would have to have a long extension cord between the two so you can have the panel outside and the battery indoors... If you are camping or outdoors in the summer, a separate panel wont do much because the battery will still heat up with nothing to cool it. If you are out in the cold winter, then this is all moot point anyways.

Seems like overall this is just a bad idea unless you wanna spend some real money.
If you could put the battery in the shade and the solar panel in the sun, that would work better for the battery pack. Usually the shade is right next to the sunlit spot. But the panel on this pack is anemic, so its better to have a larger panel anyways.
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