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Solarmonkey Adventurer Solar Panel and Battery

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

Never get caught out with a flat phone, camera, or iPad battery ever again. The Solarmonkey Adventurer provides the right amount of chargeability in a small, lightweight unit.

Water and shock resistant, the Adventurer is suited to being clipped to the back of your pack (carabiner included) so the 3W solar panels can soak up the rays while you trek, paddle, or peddle along. When the temperature gauge dips or skyrockets, battery insulation will keep it ticking along and your device charging. For quicker charging, go all flower-power and form a daisy chain – charge it with the sun while it charges your device.

Apple products are charged using your existing sync/charger cable (not included), and other smart phones are catered for with the included Micro USB tip. The Adventurer is the ideal back up for the GPS-carrying, smartphone-scrolling traveller that needs peace of mind that their device will last them.

  • Charges iPad to 25%, iPhone/smartphone 1-2 times, GSP 1-3 times
  • Rechargeable by international mains, USB, and solar panel
  • Features 3W solar panel and 3500mAh battery
  • Includes female DC to Micro USB tip and USB to DC connector cable
  • Comes in a protective storage case with a carabiner 
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External Dimensions:
17L x 9.6W x 2.275H cm
Packed Dimensions:
17L x 9.2W x 2.275H cm
Shock Resistant Plastic
Input Power:
Solar | USB | Mains
Output Power:
5V 700 mAh USB
3500 mAh Integrated Lithium Ion polymer
Battery Charge Time:
81-12 hrs via Solar
0.265 Kg
1 Year

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Comparison with the Powertraveller Solarmonkey expedition1 answer

Pro and cons of both products

- Western Australia(1 year ago)
I'm not exactly sure which products you are comparing here Dane, there is a product we do not carry called the Powermokey Expedition which retails for around $700 and is vastly different to the Solarmonkey Adventurer. If you are comparing the Solarmonkey Adventurer with the Solarmonkey Expedition Solar Panel on our website, then the key difference is that the latter of these products does not have a built in battery and will only deliver charge when exposed to the sun. The Adventurer on the other hand has a built in battery, allowing you to charge the Solarmonkey before your trip and then use this to charge your device en-route. Essentially with the Solarmonkey Adventurer you are carrying 2500mAh of power with you for a charge at any time of the day, a solar panel will only charge when the sun is shining.
- Snowys(1 year ago)
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