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Arkon Universal Mini Grip 15-Inch Floor Mount for Mobile Phones and Smartphone-Black


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   2,003.64

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   695.20

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   530.99

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3

   2,003.64

13.0%

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   6,010.92

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   1,018.01

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   692.39

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   528.22

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   367.01

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   285.25

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   2,006.93

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   6,020.79

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   528.22

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   2,000.35

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   2,002.00

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   6,006.00

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   690.98

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   526.83

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   285.25

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3

   2,003.64

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   6,108.06

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   689.58

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   525.45

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   279.69

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Annual Interest

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3

   2,003.64

13.0%

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   6,010.92

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   1,018.01

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Annual Interest

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3

   2,000.35

12.0%

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   689.58

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   285.25

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Product information

Technical Details
Item Weight5 g
Product Dimensions25 x 0.5 x 57 cm
Item model number18W-2-port charger solar panels-black
Weight 4.5 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB01G9RY4L8
Date First Available16 September 2016
  
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Amazon.com: 3.0 out of 5 stars 1 review
3.0 out of 5 stars This sucks the sun's rays better than a dancing monkey! 15 June 2016
By Jennifer Mitchell - Published on Amazon.com
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So I bought this figuring my $9.99 was a donation to , but for the price of a cheap hat, why not see if this is worth $40? Note one of the previous reviewers name is Lyar, so I figured I'd get a watch sized version like this dancing monkey - Dancing Monkey: Solar Powered Novelty Toy - wiggles/dances in sunlight.

Today the solar charger was delivered. I figured if it wasn't in direct sun, no way would it even make that monkey dance. I have it sitting near a window inside my house around noon, plenty of overcast, non-direct light, sensors facing up and unblocked, and it's an overcast day so no direct sunlight anyway - and it is charging my LG phone. I fold one of the edge panels on top of the center panel so only one of the three panels is exposed to light, and it's still charging. I fold all the panels so it stops charging, unfold one panel again, and it starts charging right away. That is good design when a panel can be completely blocked, even 2 panels, and the charging still works.

I'm testing the charging times as I don't have a meter. This will take awhile indoors - don't try this at home:)

The product came as described, with English instructions, a charging cable, the solar panel, and two cheap carabiners for hanging the unit. The covering material seems as durable as a backpack, the stitching is well done, and the panels have a clear plastic covering the solar cells. I don't know if it's water resistant and am not going to try that - I want my $10 of sun out of this thing.

I'm happy and will see how this holds up to some use. I was not paid or recruited to do this review either!

UPDATE:
Testing this in San Diego from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm local, full sun, but not directly perpendicular to the sun as i just set this on a table. I had an LG G3, a battery size of 11.4 Watt hours (Whr).
1:30 pm 62%
1:34 pm 63%
1:42 pm 66%
2:02 pm 74%
2:30 pm 81%

For one hour, that's 19% of 11.4 Whr, which is 2.1 Watts of actual charging on one USB port. Not 18W. I'm not disappointed though. I then moved the panel indoors, pointed it out a west facing window WITH BLINDS open and left it from 3pm until 5pm as I went for a bike ride. It finished charging the device even with 10% to 20% of sun blocked by the blinds. That is fantastic!

In reading other 7W to 15W panels like the Solar Charger RAVPower 15W Solar Panels with Dual USB Port (Foldable, Portable, iSmart Technology), real measurements on real devices indicate charging at around 3 Watts. I believe that's more true for realistic uses as no one is going to keep this pointed directly at the sun all day.

I've now got a second phone and a bluetooth headset charging from this panel and the sky is now partly cloudy, like 75% sun. They both show charging just fine, the phone is in slow charging but no problems.

I call this acceptable and a great deal at $9.99. I will be back if anything comes apart or blows up.

Update 21 June:
In further testing, I'm now just ok with this. So much potential from the panels themselves, but the electronics has limited this device to 2W. I installed an app on my phone that measures current every 30 seconds. By turning off the screen for a minute and letting it charge, I was able to take more accurate readings than percentage charged over 1 hour. However, the new readings confirm the old percentage ones above.

The panel USB outputs are limited to just over 400 mA each. At 5V, that is exactly 2W. I measured in cloudy and full sun, and that was the maximum for each of USB 1 and USB 2. It was also the same in full sun whether I used 1 panel (folding one end over the middle to obscure 2 panels), or if I used all 3 panels. This means the panels are providing at least 400 mA each, but the electronics are limiting each USB output to 400 mA.

Had the electronics paralleled the panel output, it could have provided 6W output total. That makes sense since the 18V output is taken to 5V (about 1/3), which is about 6W. Yet now all outputs are limited to 1/3 of what should be available.

So the output here is about 80% of a regular USB output from a wall plug, 500mA at 5V, which is 2.5W. A wall plug will charge a 10Whr phone in 4 hours, and this unit will charge a 10Whr phone in 5 hrs if the panels are pointing at the sun during the middle of the daylight hours. For me, that's good enough for emergencies, but with just a bit more electrical design it could have been spectacular.