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Bushnell Bear Grylls SolarWrap Mini USB Charger


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  • Compact, lightweight solar roll with integrated high capacity li-ion battery
  • Solar charging and power storage charging your devices when you re off the grid
  • 2200mAh Li-Ion battery on-board to charge your smartphone, MP3 player, e-reader or action camera
  • Battery charges from a USB power source in 4-hours or 10-hours from the sun
  • Single USB output compatible with nearly any USB powered rechargeable device, Micro-USB input for pre-charging with included USB/Micro-USB cord

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Product Description

Bear Grylls SolarWrap MiniMax portability meets reliable power, with solar charging and power storage charging your devices when you're off the grid.Features: Deployed Length: 18.25" 4 hour charge from wall 10 hour charge fro solar 1 USB outlet Li-Ion battery 1 USB outlet Li-Ion battery


Product Information

Technical Details
BrandBushnell
ModelPP1010BG
Item Weight204 g
Product Dimensions29.8 x 17.1 x 3.2 cm
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required.
Item model numberPP1010BG
Batteries IncludedNo
Batteries RequiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB00AMPJNT2
Best Sellers Rank #7,20,741 in Electronics (See top 100)
Date First Available27 February 2015
  
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Amazon.com: 3.7 out of 5 stars 147 reviews
59 of 62 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Decent power storage device, but stinks as a solar charger. 9 November 2013
By Jake - Published on Amazon.com
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This item works pretty well as a light-weight power storage device if you pre-charge it before you leave the house. On a full charge I was able to charge an iPhone 5 from 50% battery plus an Amazon Kindle Paperwhite from about 75% with a bit left over for other devices.

The solar charging, on the other hand, is lackluster at best. To even start to charge it needs full, direct exposure to the sun. Forget about hooking it to your backpack while hiking and getting much of a charge...it's not gonna happen. Even leaving it in direct sun for 4-5 hours only charged it enough to bump my iPhone 5 by 12-13%.

Overall, this item is cheap and works ok for power storage, but I wouldn't rely on the solar charging.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Revised Review: Died on my 2nd backpacking trip this year 21 March 2014
By Eli - Published on Amazon.com
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The solar charger died in the middle of a 5 day backpacking trip. It worked just fine for one trip a few months ago. It looks like the build quality is sub par. I would not recommend this charger to anyone.

****Former Review Below****
I bought this to use for backpacking. I only need to charge my phone every couple days when I keep it on airplane mode. I use it for gps and maybe some reading or music. I weighed it without the end caps, and it came out to 3.4 ounces. The end caps only add an ounce or so.

I measured the output to about 1400mAh by keeping track of how much percentage of the battery was actually charged on my tablet. That's not even close to the 2200mAh that is listed, but it's good enough for my use. It takes 2 days of near full sunlight to fully charge.
134 of 147 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Lightweight Solar Charger for Backpacking 2 August 2013
By debrabrownbear - Published on Amazon.com
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I was very excited about using this solar charger to charge my smartphone while backpacking. It arrived on time and the package was in perfect condition. The instructions were easy to follow. There are two ways to charge the unit: 1) pre-charge using a USB cable connected to a PC or laptop, or 2) charge in the sun for up to 10 hours. I first tried charging the unit in the sun, which is the primary reason for having a solar charger. The red/green light that indicates the unit is charged never turned green. This was disturbing. I tried charging the unit with the USB cable connected to a laptop. It charged just fine, and the green light came on. However, when I connected the unit to my smart phone (Motorola Razr) the phone did not show that it was being charged. There is no indicator on the unit to show that the unit is charging a device. At first I thought maybe it was just my phone. So I tried charging another device (a bluetooth headset). Same thing. No charge came from the device. I then called the manufacturer, Bushnell. The only advice the customer support tech gave was to return it to Amazon and try a replacement. He suspected it was a defective unit. I hope that's the case. I should have my replacement unit in two days. I'll report out again, once I try the new unit. I really hope it works. The solar charger only weighs 3.5 ounces, making it perfect for backpacking.

I received my replacement unit within a couple of days. I really appreciate Amazon's easy return and replacement process! I charged the new unit using the USB cable connected to my laptop. It was fully charged (green light indicator) within a couple of hours. I plugged it into my phone, and the charging indicator on my phone lit up. Success! My phone was at a 40% charge at the time I plugged it into the SolarWrap Mini Charger. It took approximately 90 minutes to get the phone's battery to 100%. The next step in testing the SolarWrap Mini Charger was to place it outside in the sun to recharge. It was already 2pm, and there was only about 5 hours of sunlight available. The instructions state that the unit requires up to 10 hours of sunlight to fully charge. At sunset, the charge indicator on the SolarWrap Mini still showed red. I decided to try it anyway. I plugged it into my phone, and the phone's charging indicator lit up. This was good news. I wasn't sure if it would charge the phone with only 5 hours of solar charging and the SolarWrap Mini's indicator light on red. But it worked! At this point, my phone was back down to a 40% battery life, but after 1 hour and 15 minutes connected to the SolarWrap Mini Charger it was up to 80%. At that point, I had to take a call, and stopped the test. I will test it again today, after a 10 hour sunlight charge, just to be sure. I am pleased with the results, and plan to take the SolarWrap Mini Charger on an extended backpacking trip this month.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars False advertising 8 August 2016
By Patty M. Carlson - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I bought this to use backpacking on the John Muir Trail. I had it strapped to my backpack or laying out in full sun for 15 days in a row. The weather was bright and sunny in the Sierra Nevada Mountains - no rain or clouds the entire trip. I had charged the SolarWrap prior to my trip and that was the only charge I got from it. Despite having at least 8-12 hours of sun daily I never got a charge above 10%. In fact, it was 10% the day after I had used the electric charge, but dropped below 3% every day after that. I kept trying to get a charge every day (because I was desperate to charge my camera/phone!), to no avail. Very disappointing and I do not recommend this device at all. I was extremely frustrated trying to get a solar charge from it. I was not expecting 100%, but I would have been happy with 30-50%. I got nothing. So much for "...just roll out the solar panel and the sun charge it back up during the day, so you can recharge your devices while you sleep at night." False advertising!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Works great for me 11 February 2015
By Inga's Adventures - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I've had my Mini for a couple of years and have used it a lot backpacking, last summer for three weeks on the John Muir Trail. It works as advertised. I charge it up at home before I leave and I get one full charge on my Android phone. That's usually all I need for up to 4-5 days. For longer stretches I leave it lashed to my pack and it takes about two days to fully charge up from the sun--that's a reasonable amount of time considering they say it should take 10 hours. It's not always facing the sun so 2 hiker-days is ok with me. I hear complaints from others--maybe I just got lucky with a reliable unit, but I've been more than satisfied and for 3 oz I can't complain about the weight.


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