New review by me…
“I’ve got a quick review for you today of another solar light from a company called Unifun. I like solar lights as no wiring needed and it’s just easy to add light where you need it. This light though has some issues, it arrived with a broken LED, it’s not very bright really, the sensor it overly sensitive and now it just stays on all the time and never turns off. So not off to a good start, read on to learn more.. ”
Neat little speaker…
“Up for review today I’ve got a Bluetooth speaker from a company called Tauren and what sets this one apart from others is that it has a built-in solar panel for additional power while you’re on the go. It has a solar panel so obviously it’s a product that’s meant top be used more outdoors and it seems rugged and durable and they even include a carabineer so you can attach it to your pack while you’re out and about. The speaker can also be used as a speakerphone so you don’t even have to take your phone out of your pocket or pack while you’re hiking to take calls. Battery life isn’t the greatest at about four hours, but the solar panel will supposedly extend the playback time, but still four hours isn’t really much at all in my opinion. Read on to learn more.. ”
Review by me:
“I’ve reviewed a lot of portable power banks or portable batteries and most are the same, but some are different like the one I today which is solar powered, or it can be powered by the sun. There are many of these out there and this one works just like all the others. The Treqkr50 is a 5000mAh power bank with a secondary solar panel built-in so in an emergency you can power your phone by the sun. It works fine, read on to learn more… ”
New review by me over on Technogog…
"Today for review I have the Sunferno Flintstone 5000mAh Solar Charger which is basically what it sounds like, a battery powered by the sun to charge your devices. The Flintstone has two USB ports so you can charge two devices at the same time and the 5000mAh battery should provide several charges for one device or charge a couple devices once. How many charges you get will depend on your devices and the battery that is inside of them of course. The Flintstone is certified to be water and dust proof and it’s ruggedly made so you can take it with you camping or hiking and it will be just fine no matter the weather conditions. I’ve sent some time with it and I’ve found it to be a decent little charger that for the most part I can recommend if you’re in the market for something like this. Read on to learn more… "
"Solar power is everywhere around us, it’s the sun after all, and last I checked there’s few trillion or so years left of life in it so I figure why not take advantage of it? Today for review I’ve got the Apollo Solar USB Charger from Poweradd and it’s basically a large solar panel with a USB port on it to charge your devices while on the go, wherever you go. The Apollo can be charged by the sun obviously, but it can be also charged over a standard USB port if need be. So read on to learn more…"