Hiluckey Portable Power Bank Solar Charger 25000mAh with 4 Solar Panels

(10 customer reviews)

$36.99

25000mAh High Capacity: Built-in 25000mAh Li-polymer battery, it can charge your phones 8-10 times or tablets 3-4 times for an average of 9 days of usage per charge.
4 Solar Panels: With 4 foldable high-effeciency solar panels, up to 1A input current under the sunlight, which is 4 – 6 times faster than the other solar chargers. You can also use micro USB cable to charge it.
Dual USB 2.1A Output: Dual 2.1A USB ports allow you to charge 2 devices simultaneously with 2.1A high speed charging. Auto-detect your devices’ current to pair the optimal output.
Built for Outdoors: Rugged construction is dust, shock and waterproof; Built in LED flashlight with SOS mode, perfert for outdoor emergency.
What You Get: Hiluckey 25000mAh Portable Solar Charger, a micro USB cable, User Manual.

Description

Hiluckey Portable Power Bank

Solar Charger 25000mAh, Hiluckey Outdoor Portable Solar Power Bank with 4 Solar Panels. 18W PD USB C Fast Charge External Battery Pack, 3 USB Ports for Smartphones, Tablets.

High Capacity
Hiluckey Portable Power Bank solar charging

Additional information

Brand

Power Source

Current rating

2.4 Amps, 3 Amps, 2 Amps, 1.5 Amps

Batteries

2 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Item Weight

1.18 Pounds

Manufacturer

Dongguan Jili Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd.

Item model number

HI-S025P

Product Dimensions

Compatible Devices

IPhone 8 Plus, Galaxy S10, IPhone XR, IPhone XS, IPhone XS Max, IPad, IPhone 4, IPhone 5, IPhone 11, IPhone X, IPhone 11 Pro Max, IPhone 8, IPhone 11 Pro, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, Galaxy S8

Date First Available

July 11, 2020

10 reviews for Hiluckey Portable Power Bank Solar Charger 25000mAh with 4 Solar Panels

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    Brent D Race

    Visually appealing and seemingly well built. As per the instructions I fully charged the unit with the charging cable before using. After charging I drained the battery by charging my phone with it about 5 times. I then placed the unit in the Florida sun each day for about 4 or 5 hours per day. It took 6 days in the sun to fully charge the unit. Works how it is intended but be aware that solar charging should not be relied upon as the primary method of charging as it does take some time. Still, very useful for charging devices when out on a multi day backpacking trip. I have not left it in the rain yet to test how water proof it is.

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    Adam Z Zheng

    ’ve been looking for a wireless power bank for a long time since I bought a smart phone with wireless charge function. With recommendation from my friend I ordered this product. Gotta say it’s remarkable and awesome—you can charge your phone by putting on it. Let alone there is a flashlight and solar panel on its surface. It can charge itself with very limited light. This function saves me from the problem of forgetting to charge it after use.

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    Thomas H

    Nice piece of engineering work. Quality looks good. I brought this to office and put it on my window sill to get charged by the sunshine — see the photos. Everyone saw that and was saying: cool gadget!Battery capacity is indeed huge. It charged my big Samsung tablet multiple times as well as my relative big new phone.Solar charging is working — although don’t expect that it can be fully charged in a day under the sun. At least not for me. I think it’s a good emergency backup when I am outside without access to any electric outlet.Portability: I very much like the folder-able solar panels. It is a smart idea that makes this pack portable. Don’t expect this can be the same size of a regular, non-solar battery pack. It is bigger because of solar panels.Improvement: I hope in the future edition, it can support the Qualcomm QuickCharge standard. At this time, it is still regular charging at 5v.

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    Stephen

    Purchased this solar charger to use while camping and hiking. Although I have not been able to use it on any adventures yet I have tested the solar charger. After using the USB charger to get the battery pack to full power I was able to charge my phone several times while still using it. The charger worked fast enough to run the pasting and charge the battery. Looking forward to taking this charger on all of my outdoor adventures.

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    DTNJ

    Perfect for the boat. We frequently take a boat out and picnic at our local lake. We can easily be out there all day, and obviously don’t want to run the boat the whole time just to have music, etc. this charges quickly in the sun and then quickly transfers that charge to whatever device you have it hooked up to. The fact that it folds up so small and can just be tossed in any bag is a huge plus.

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    jsky

    I have been testing this product extensively for many weeks now and can say I am confident in its ability. On a full charge it keeps my phone charged for 3 days with no other power source. Solar panels work for emergency charging but will not fully top off the battery as they do not produce enough voltage. They WILL keep it around 60% however which is fine for being stuck in the woods. I have noticed the battery charges faster on direct DC current then AC with an adapter. It charges to full from empty in my car in about 4 hours. Some android phones have a setting to charge a device from the phone. You will want to disable this as the battery will suck the power back out of your phone when it gets below 25% (one light). Overall, I highly recommend this battery for the price. It is a great value.

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    Z. DENG

    We were planning a multi-night camp trip and were worried about the battery packs we had would not be enough to charge all the phones and tablets. A family friend of ours, who is an avid outdoor camper, recommended this solar charger to us. We purchased one and brought it with us. It did not disappoint. At day two, as our battery packs are running empty, this solar charger was humming happily and charging whatever we feed it. It holds up well against wetness (we were careful not to let it or our phones and tablets get near water). Throughout the trip, we charged all 4 phones, 3 tablets multiple times and we were happy with the result. Well worth the money and highly recommend it.

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    Kon

    So I’ve only had this for several days and here is what I think about it so far.The build quality seems to be very good. Feels solid and durable. The charge indicator start flashing (indicating it’s charging for) as soon as the panels are open up (even when morning direct sunlight). Now I don’t have a gauge to measure how much amperage is being received so not sure how long it will take to fully charge this 25,000 mAh powerbank on solar alone. I will give an update on that at a later time.There is a flashlight on the back that has three modes, normal, strobe, and sos. There is 2 usb type A port on top that produce 2.1 amp each and a micro USB port for charging the unit (big plus imo).It does charge my phone quite fast and automatically stop charging once the phone battery reaches 100%.Overall I really like this device base on first impression. I will give further updates on quality , battery life, charge time, and weather resistance in a few months after I have a chance to reallynput it to use outdoors.But in the meantime, if you’re looking for something portable with solar charging capability, I highly recommend trying this one out.

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    Me!YAY!

    So I bought this in 2018, a few weeks before my trip abroad. Because I can be quite lazy sometimes, I didn’t charge it all the way before I left (it was on the first light). I had charged my phone and camera on the planeso they were fully charged. I was in Nigeria for two weeks and used this powerbank to charge my phone and camera. I didn’t even open it to charge the bank via solar power (and there’s plenty of sun in Nigeria). My powerbank lasted the entire two weeks, finally running out on the plane ride back. It was totally worth the money. I used my phone and camera for leisure and the power bank was great on only one charge/light. If I had used my phone for work or needed to use my laptop, I would have probably needed it to be fully charged. But again it worked great. It was pretty durable too (surviving a few falls, no cracks).

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    Jon H.

    I used this on a week long backpacking trip, and hardly ever had to charge it with the sun because the battery lasted all week! Charged my iPhone from 0% to 100% 3-4 times! It ended up being cloudy most of the time, so I’m so grateful it has such a large battery! The last day I put it in the sun just to test it, and it charged right up from half to full in just a few hours! The large, soft, built-in light source was also very nice in the tent! Very happy!!

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