BioLite SolarPanel 10+: A Folding Solar Panel to Maximize Your Charge

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BioLite SolarPanel 10+ has 10.12 x 8.19 x 0.94 inches for the dimensions. The weight is about 1.21 lbs or 550 g. It has an IPX4 water resistance with 3000 mAh battery. The power output is 10 watts at the peak sun and there is also the micro USB for a charge in and charge out.

BioLite SolarPanel 10+ comes with the best technology and design for your maximal charge. This solar panel has a folding design which makes it has an awesome portability to be used and easy to be brought anywhere. With the BioLite's Optimal Sun System, this solar panel can capture the ray of the sun perfectly. You can use the efficient energy in a real-time with this awesome solar panel.

Technical Specifications

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BioLite SolarPanel 10+ has 10.12 x 8.19 x 0.94 inches for the dimensions. The weight is about 1.21 lbs or 550 g. It has an IPX4 water resistance with 3000 mAh battery. The power output is 10 watts at the peak sun and there is also the micro USB for a charge in and charge out.

Optimal Sun System

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The Optimal Sun System is located at the right top of this solar panel. This system allows you to have a direct connect and misaligning the solar panel. The sundial will connect you directly to the sun with the 360 kickstands to keep it at the right spot.

Ultra Thin Panel

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BioLite SolarPanel 10+ is designed with the cool thin panels. BioLite makes the panel comes in thin style and minimal materials to prevent the loss of panel efficiency. This also makes the panel can dissipate the heat fast.

Charge Times

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Based on the peak sun, the charge times can be different. It is also according to the device that you use. For a smartphone, it takes 1 hour to charge, iPad Mini is about 2.3 hours and the BioLite BaseLantern is 3.1 hours. With 10 watts of usable electricity, you charge your device easily anywhere.

Features

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Number 1 is the kickstand. It is used to get the best position of the panel when you set it up. Number 2 is the battery and the charge strength indicator. You can see the strength of the sun for measuring the capacity of the panel. Number 3 is the button of battery status. You can check the 3000 mAh battery status.

Number 4 is the solar panel with its thin style and the monocrystalline material. Number 5 is the sundial for you to have an easy alignment for capturing the direct rays. Number 6 is the USB charge out and number 7 is the micro USB charge in. Number 8 is the cornet lathes to attach the external storage of a pack. The latches also can be used to capture the watts on a hike.

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