this solar panel rolls up like a scroll when it isn’t charging your gadgets

by:Tunto     2020-04-09
For those who want to keep their gadgets charged while traveling or backpacking, small portable solar panels are a popular option.
Most solar problems-
The charging solutions currently available are that they tend to be large in size, large in size, and difficult to carry in backpacks.
They are often less effective, providing theoretical charging times that are rarely implemented in the real world.
But a new solar charging solution promises better results by using clever designs that allow it to take up less space in your backpack while also providing a lot of juice
Soul solar reels, released on Kickstarter earlier this week, have received nearly half of the money needed to get into production
It\'s easy to understand why by looking at its technical specifications and design.
The solar reel is a light, simple functionto-
Carry with you a charging solution that keeps your mobile device powered.
It is equipped with a battery of 5,400 and a fast
USB port charging.
These features alone are enough to charge a smartphone once or twice, or to charge a wireless headset 10 times.
But there are a lot of mobile charging solutions on the market right now, some of which are even built inSolar panels.
The difference between the solar reel and its competitors is that its solar panels are made of very thin, flexible and lightweight photovoltaic materials that can be dispersed to collect energy from the sun.
When not in use, solar panels can roll up into the enclosure of the device like a reel, and it\'s easy to carry with you wherever you go.
The soul claims that the Sun reel can produce up to 5 watts of energy, which is enough to charge its internal battery pack within 5 to 6 hours of using the sun alone.
If plugged into a wall socket, it can also be charged within 2 to 3 hours.
In the most compact state, there are only 7 solar reels.
5 inch thick 1.
5 inch in diameter.
It also weighs only 10 lbs.
5 oz, ideal for frequent travelers, hikers or backpackers who need to keep their mobile devices charged on the go.
This battery is also reported to be good in more than a thousand cycles, meaning you don\'t have to replace it quickly.
The designers of solar reels want to raise $30,000 to turn their innovative ideas into actual products.
If successful, they hope to start shipping the charger for $150 in November.
However, early bird supporters can now book one for $99, although it is important to be aware of the risk of supporting any crowdfunding campaign.
Learn more on the soul solar Reel website or on the Kickstarter page.
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