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Discussion in 'Android Accessories' started by tonbon, Aug 26, 2011.

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    does anyone have any experience with solar chargers?
    I spend alot of time outdoors an would like to find one that works good.
    i read one post about this, but i was wondering if anyone else had any recomendations.
    I would like to be able to spend a week out and use only a solar charger to keep me up and going.
    i'm currently using a commando and it would be kinda silly to have phone, gps, camera etc... when this one device could do it all.

    thanks for the help.
    Ton Bon.
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    You will typically need at least 1 amp output from the solar panel before a device will charge, which means you need a 14 watt panel minimum.
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    Are any chargers that offer that ?
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    Lots of them do. Search ebay or the Brunton website. Point is it doesn't matter what you get just know that lots of devices need an amp minimum.
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