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Foxelli Dual USB Solar Charger 10W – Portable Solar Panel Phone Charger for iPhone & Android Smartphones, iPads, Android Tablets, Power Banks & More, Foldable Solar Panel for Camping

(10 customer reviews)

$49.99 $29.97

FAST & EFFICIENT CHARGING: Polycrystalline cells provide this solar panel charger with enough power to charge 2 devices at the same time! Smart charging technology recognizes the input needed for a connected device and distributes current output accordingly, delivering up to 1.85A in total and cutting down on total charging time.
WIDE COMPATIBILITY: Use this solar phone battery charger with any USB powered device with 5V DC input voltage. Compatible with iPhone X, XR, XS, Max, 8 Plus, 7, 6s, iPad, Samsung Galaxy S10, S9, S8, S7, S6, S5, Edge, Note, mini, Nexus, LG, HTC, GoPro, Kindle and other electronic devices, including power banks of various capacity. It’s also the perfect backup in case of a power outage.
PORTABLE & LIGHTWEIGHT: You can easily take this foldable solar panel charger with you on any outdoor adventure! It weighs only 1.10 lbs. and is ultra-thin (1.2” folded). It’s ideal to use while backpacking, hiking, camping, kayaking & other outdoor activities. Features 11 built-in loops and 2 carabiners to easily attach to your backpack, tent or trees, and has a convenient pocket for the device being charged. No matter where you go, you can keep all your devices fully charged.
WEATHER-PROOF & DURABLE: Don’t worry if those clouds could turn into rain – our solar panels are shielded with industrial-strength PET polymer and sewn into rugged polyester canvas, making it highly resistant to water and dust. Its top-of-the-line construction provides maximum durability and is specially designed to supply you with free energy for years to come, and will never let you down.
RISK-FREE PURCHASE: Don’t worry about missing Amazon’s 30-day return window! We Offer a 120-day, no questions asked, money back guarantee with our One Year Warranty. If You Don’t Like it – FOR WHATEVER REASON – we’ll give you your money back. Buy with confidence!

Description

Love the Great Outdoors but Dislike the Lack of Power Outlets?

FOXELLI 10W Solar Charger Keeps All Your Electronic Devices Fully Charged while Camping, Hiking, Boating, and even during Power Outages!

This solar powered charger is a must-have for any outdoor adventure or emergency preparedness. Charge all your USB powered devices with this dependable, convenient and highly portable Solar Charger. It’ll keep you safe, secure and connected with loved ones – whenever and wherever power outlets are not available.

Additional information

Color

10W, 21W 3xUSB

10 reviews for Foxelli Dual USB Solar Charger 10W – Portable Solar Panel Phone Charger for iPhone & Android Smartphones, iPads, Android Tablets, Power Banks & More, Foldable Solar Panel for Camping

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    Ajax

    I watched Chris Tanner and Will Mantis’ review on YouTube and they are on the money , this is a great solar charger and it looks like it will out preform my Anker for a good bit less money AND ! , FOXELLI sent along a pocket flashlight to say thank you for choosing their product ! how cool is that ? . Quality is excellent, produced 3.28 Volts on my counter out of the box, producing 5.24 Volts in 30% cloud cover right now (Arizona) I will be ordering this again soon, (one for each back pack) even the packaging is very robust , unit has tie out points all over for any setup/orientation and comes wit two (2) caribiners for quick deployment . Thank You Foxelli.

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    Ramona S

    I bought this for an upcoming camping trip to Lake Tahoe. I received it, unboxed it, read the extremely easy to follow guidelines and within 3 minutes I had my phone plugged in and charging in my backyard. With half and hour my iPhone 7+ went from 74% to 100%. In that half hour I also plugged in my bluetooth speaker and that was quickly charged too. Very happy with this product and would recommend it to anyone who wants a product that is dead easy to use and does what it says it will. Knowing what I now know about this product, I’d be willing to pay more than I did for it if I ever needed to get another one as a gift for someone else.Review Update:We just returned from our camping trip and used the panel everyday to keep our music playing. However, while on the beach at the lake, on our second day there, I looked at the screen and it had become warped. After this happened, whenever I charged my phone my phone screen would continually switch on and off because it was continuously jumping between charging and not charging. I can’t know for sure, but there seemed to be a correlation between the two.I am still happy with how it performed, so I will keep my rating as a 5 but I am hoping to be contacted by customer service. I would still recommend this product.

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    D Young

    I have had the charger for only a few days. But so far it has been fantastic. I set it out in the morning sun at around 10 a.m. at the beach. No clouds in the sky. It took my Galaxy S8 from 60% to 100% in less than an hour. Later I plugged in a 23k mAh battery pack that was about half charged. The Foxwelli fully charged the pack in about 4 hours +/- … which I find remarkable. In both cases the charge time was about the same as a wall outlet. The Foxelli is only a little larger in size and weight than the much more expensive 7W solar charger from the more famous guys, but with much more power amd a much faster charging time. It seems well-designed and sturdy. Plus foxelli sent a free little flashlight as a gift. Can’t say enough good about it so far. I was not in any way compensated for this review. Great work, guys.

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    Eric Hirning

    We love the outdoors. We also like to take pictures & videos in the outdoors. What we don’t love is our phones or cameras going dead while we camp. We typically use external batteries to charge our devices while we sleep. If we are going to be out for an extended period of time, we have to being a lot of batteries. This can get heavy. Enter the 10w Solar Charger by Foxelli.We picked up this charger for the sole intention of charging our batteries during the day so we can charge our devices at night while we sleep. We put this charger through the paces and here’s what our tester reports.First, some quick stats:Converts up to 16% of solar energy into power for USB devicesHas 2 outputs to charge 2 devices at the same timePuts out 1.85A in total charging powerAutomatically detects input needed for connected devicesHas multiple loops (8) and 2 carabiners for hanging or attachingIt is weather resistant & durableWeighs only 1.23lbs so it is hardly noticed in (or on) your packOpen size: 24.6″ x 8.7″ x .6″Folded size: 8.7″ x 6.1″ x 1.2″What we liked:We were really surprised ho light this was. Since it doesn’t have it’s own battery, there isn’t much to weigh this charger down. We also like all the different areas for attaching. Attaching it to a number of backpacks and there were no issues. We found that it charged best when laid out on a log angle for the right sun exposure. Being able to charge 2 separate items is also a plus. That way, we didn’t have to prioritize which device to charge first. The outside of the unit is a canvas material that is fairly easy to clean.Charging our phoneHow we tested the solar charger:Like I mentioned earlier, we like to use external batteries to charge our devices while we sleep (aka not using them). We charged 2 different external batteries. On of the batteries has an output of 1000mA and the other, 10,000mA. Both batteries were completely dead when we hooked them to this solar charger. Obviously, how much of a charge there exists, will effect the recharge time, so we started with dead batteries. We hooked both backup batteries to the solar charger at approximately 8:00 AM. We left the charger on a log all day, not bothering to angle it for optimal sun exposure. Each of our batteries has an led indicator to show that is is charging and how full the battery is. The 1000ma battery was fully charged by 1:00 PM!Solar Charger2 USB outlets!Since we were charging 2 separate devices and the solar charger had to split the 1.85A, it probably would have charged even quicker had we only hooked up the 1 device. We unplugged this batter and stored it away for use in the evening. The 10,000mA battery was about 1/2 full by lunch time. At the end of the day, and the sun had gone down, the 10,000ma battery was indicating 75% charged. Keep in mind, that this larger battery will charge a phone about 4 times.Next we attached the solar charger to a back pack (vertically) and tested only the small battery. We didn’t hook it up until about 10:30 in the morning and since it wasn’t laying flat and getting full sun exposure to the whole unit, took the rest of the day to charge the battery. This smaller battery will charge a phone once per charge, so this was still pretty good.Solar ChargerCharging the batteriesFinally, we hooked our phone to the solar charger since there is a really good charge indication. We used a Samsung Galaxy S5 phone. We laid the charger on a log then plugged in the phone. It is important to note not to put the phone in the pocket of the charger. It will get hot in there & could damage the phone. We just tucked the phone underneath. Here are the time stats:Time Battery Notes11:05 5% Plugged phone in11:45 38%12:15 65%12:45 89%1:15 100% Charged in full!What we would change:There isn’t a whole lot we would change about this solar charger. It works and it works well! I’m sure there are people that would want different colors, but we’re good with the basic black. Some may even want a USB cable to be included but with all the different variations, that isn’t really possible. So I guess, we really wouldn’t change a thing.Conclusion:This solar charger is a great unit! While we didn’t experience testing it in any weather, it did sustain a fall off the log from high winds. We found by simply connecting our batteries and letting them go all day, we had plenty of power! If you need more power, Foxelli makes a 21w model that puts out 3.5A. So far, we have been impressed with the quality of products from Foxelli. We have their hammock, this solar charger, and their trail camera. We are not disappointed by their products.This is a must have for any camper, hiker, or outdoors person!

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    Matt Burns

    I’ve previously purchased a couple of other products from Foxelli and was extremely satisfied with the products and with my interactions with the company, so when I started looking for a way to keep my phone (and therefore GPS) charged on longer hiking and camping trips and saw that Foxelli produced a solar charger, it didn’t take me long to click the Buy Now button. I did, however, read a few reviews and watch a few videos about it first. And if you came to this product after seeing it reviewed on YouTube or elsewhere and then don’t pay close attention to the product listing, you might be a bit disappointed.Earlier versions of this solar charger — the ones featured in nearly all of the video reviews I saw — included a multi-meter with a digital display, showing the amps, volts, and watts produced by the charger. Those versions also had a pouch with a zipper to secure cables, batteries, and even small devices. The newer version of this product does NOT have those things. The 21W charger I purchased has three USB ports to plug in your devices (one port specifically for Apple devices, because Apple likes to be different), but no multimeter. The only indication that the panels are producing power is an LED near the USB ports. These ports are located inside the pouch, which has a partial velcro enclosure rather than a full zipper, which would allow small things like bundled cords and batteries to fall out pretty easily. Neither of these things is a dealbreaker for me, but the lack of a zipper on the pouch was a disappointment. I don’t need to know the exact amount of power the charger is producing as long as it’s charging my devices, but a pouch that doesn’t keep things from falling out isn’t much of a pouch.That said, I was aware of the differences in the current version from the earlier versions when I bought the product, so it wouldn’t be fair to the company to let that change my rating. Do I wish my charger had a multimeter? Eh, kinda, yeah. Do I wish the pouch on my charger had a zipper instead of one small bit of velcro? Absolutely, yes. But that’s not the product I knew I was purchasing. And compared to other similar products, the Foxelli charger still offered the charging ability I wanted with more tie-out points than those other products, and at a more competitive price.I received the charger today. To test it, I took out into the yard with my partially-charged phone. Even though it was late in the day and the sun was going down, the charger was able to increase the charge of my phone by a few percentage points in just the 10 minutes or so I had it plugged in. The product itself feels pretty rugged, all of the seams are neat, and all of the ties and grommets are secure. Really, my only significant complaint is the small bit of velcro holding the pouch closed rather than a zipper or at least a full length of velcro across the entire opening. But since I’m used to keeping my phone and any other electronics (like my Kindle or GoPro) in the head compartment of my backpack, and I’m not likely to use this solar charger in any situation where I wouldn’t also be carrying my backpack, the pouch is definitely not a dealbreaker. And I could pretty easily add some more velcro to the pouch to make it more secure (which I might do, just so I can keep a couple of spare cables with the charger without concern that they’ll fall out).Overall, I don’t see any reason to give this product less than five stars. It’s well constructed, does what it claims, and is competitively priced. Do I wish Foxelli hadn’t changed some aspects of the design from their previous versions? Absolutely, especially concerning the pouch closure. But this is ultimately a solar charger, not a storage pouch. I have plenty of other pouches to carry things in, but they won’t charge my phone while I’m out in the woods. I’m taking this charger on a multi-day camping trip in a couple of weeks, and if anything changes I’ll update the review, but as of right now I’m very happy with the purchase.

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    Kathleen

    Very happy with this purchase. I had a few questions and they emailed me immediately back. It’s exactly what I needed to go backpacking. Taking it on a remote camping trip. I’ve use solar before so I know it’s not as fast as electricity. But it does the job charged my phone which is what I wanted. The larger solar panels I believe are better than the smaller ones that you can find on the market. The more sun exposure obviously the faster the recharge. It may be a little heavier but it did not bother me. You can attach it to a backpack, lay it on a picnic table or chair. Plus for me it still fits in my purse if I needed it. I have smaller rechargeable that it also charged.I should add that one of the days I was testing it was overcast and it still picked up sun. My phone register that it was charging. It just took a little longer on a cloudy day. Forgot to add, the mini flashlight was a nice surprise. This device is about the same size and weight of a tablet or E-reader.

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    Amazon Customer

    This is the 3rd solar charger I’ve purchased. The first two were phone-sized. Neither one charged much at all. After reading specs in a different review, I learned it’s because at the rate they charge, it would take 2-4 WEEKS to fully recharge a device. Not the case with this product. As soon as I got it, I tested it out. It charged my phone from 50% to 100% in about 2 hours. Only about half that time was in direct sunlight. It’s not heavy, and folds up flat and compact. Comes with clips so you can drape it over a pack. And the price is very reasonable. I am very impressed. Can’t wait for the season’s first backpacking weekend!

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    Ryan K Ronning

    I can’t imagine why anyone would ever leave negative feedback on this setup. I had an aker, okay so it was 15w but that thing sucked compared to this panel. The 21w it provides was plenty to juice up my Pixel. It was even charging when I lost total sun and only had partial panel exposure. This thing is the real deal.Also there was a good amount of thought that went into this. Having the eyelets so I can hang it from my pack when I am hiking. I have to admit the design on it is pretty cool too… just a bonus though.As for the guy who said his was falling apart. He must have gotten a bad one or something because from what I can see this thing is built to last. But they are panels and I imagine some car should be taken with them?It’s not often I buy something and am blown away by not only how well it works but how functional it is. This did it.

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    jokennedy

    The quality of this product is outstanding. I tested this and I think this is going to meet my needs. I wanted something to hang on the planners of my bike while I ride to keep my iphone charged. The only issue I saw while testing is that my iPhone started beeping while the panels were in direct full sun. But this issue went away when I shaded one of the three panels. Which in reality is closer to what I will have while riding. This looks like it is going to be exactly what I need.

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    Suwon Kil

    Very impressive. On a mild sunny day, it puts out 5V/1A/5W on the 2 USB ports, so total 10W. On a cloudy day, it gives 4.5-5V/0.2A/1W on the right side USB port. These are just examples of the meter readings.It has two USB ports – one labeled as iOS and Android and the other one labeled as Android. The manual does not explain the difference clearly. My guess is that the iOS port resets its output when the voltage drops below certain level due to lack of sun light. This is what happens if I charge an android phone on the left side USB port. The panel collects enough charge (just a few seconds) to bring up the voltage above 5V. The USB port is activated and the electrical juice starts flow to my phone, and the phone makes sound to tell the charging started. As the electrons flow out of the panel without enough light to sustain the flow and voltage, the port shuts down causing my phone to make sound that the charging has stopped. With the USB port down, and no flow of juice out of the panel, the panel can collect light and accumulate charge to bring up the voltage. Then the port is activated and the charging starts, and my phone makes sound again. This 5 second cycle continues forever. My guess is that the iOS devices need this kind of port reset when the voltage fluctuate? Anyway, I switched to the right side USB port. It does not shutdown even when the voltage drops below 5V and maintain whatever small amount of juice it can produce. So, on a cloudy day, the right side USB port works better for my phone. When there is enough light, the two ports behaves the same way.This product seems to be well designed and well made. I like it very much. If they make bigger size panel I might buy it too.The manual could contain more technical information for us though…

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