This thing looks cool. In fact, I just bought one and am so excited for it to arrive! Riapow’s 26800mAh external battery that can wireless charge a compatible device and get re-juiced with solar power is on sale right now during an Amazon Lightning Deal.
It can be yours for $29.74 (before applicable taxes and shipping costs).
This Lightning Deal is effective until about 6:40 PM Eastern / 3:40 PM Pacific. I purchased this simply because the wireless charging capability will be very welcome. Fewer cords to get tied up!
You can charge four devices simultaneously: one wirelessly and three via the USB ports.
A solar-charged external battery is a must for anyone who loves spending time outdoors — camping, hiking, sitting at the pool or beach, etc.
The specs, as per Riapow:
- Advanced Wireless Portable Charger: Truly cable-free solar power bank with wireless output supports all QI-enabled phones for inductive charging. Such as iPhone 11 Pro Max / XS Max / 8 plus, Samsung Galaxy S20 / S10 / Note 10 Plus etc.
- 26800mAh Ultra High Capacity: Handy Phone-sized portable charger powerfully delivers 8 charges to iPhone 11, 6 charges to Galaxy S10 or 3 charges to iPad mini and it is up to 8 days of reliable power on a single recharge.
- Fast Charging: It can charge 4 devices simultaneously at full speed. Auto-detect your devices’ current to deliver the fastest possible charging speed (3A max) which can fully charge iPhone 11 in 1.3 hours.
- 2.5X Recharging: You can fully charge your power bank in 7 hours with a USB C charger (not Included), which is 2.5 times faster than 1A input. The USB C port also can work as output to charge your phone.
- Outdoor Essentials: Equipped with solar panel, just hang it on your backpack to get recharge via sunlight. Built in LED flashlight with “Steady-Flashing-SOS” 3 modes, highly sturdy and durable design, it’s perfect for outdoor activities.
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