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Old December 5th, 2012, 03:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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You guys think this might work its supposed to be a 15000mah external battery that outputs power via USB..

http://www.led-solar-power.ledflashlight2012.com/ATC_High/ATC-High-Quality-15000mAh-External-Battery-Pack-Power-Bank-Battery-36lfa.html

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Old December 5th, 2012, 04:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That looks pretty cool...you know what I wanna make and I still don't understand why it's not talked about...a solar panel battery cover that charges your battery gradually in the sun...I was at Canadian tire(it's like big everything store in Canada) the other day and they had some surprising stuff.... of and yes looks like it will work but it's a little under powered... would charge slower...
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Lol...just chuck a car battery in a backpack and have done with it
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That looks pretty cool...you know what I wanna make and I still don't understand why it's not talked about...a solar panel battery cover that charges your battery gradually in the sun...I was at Canadian tire(it's like big everything store in Canada) the other day and they had some surprising stuff.... of and yes looks like it will work but it's a little under powered... would charge slower...
I like the idea of a solar panel battery back... But what about if it is in your pocket???
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I like the idea of a solar panel battery back... But what about if it is in your pocket???
It's more for those days on the beach or when you go camping and you want some tunes...
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I've been wanting to make a modified backing plate for the Warp which can hold half a dozen rechargable AA batteries, giving us 3.6 volts @ 4.8 Amps, which would be the best I've seen for an internal battery. The only catch is I'd need one of those rapid-prototyping machines, like RepRap or something to make it.
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I initially used a solar power charger, but the thing worked sporadically, it just wasn't reliable enough for me. Then i recently bought a ravpower, love the thing. The deal i found from slickdeals here.
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good idea to have both a reliable solar one and a battery operated one. I got a ravpower branded battery one and it works great.
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I wonder if it would be a good idea to use a solar charger to power my ravpower?
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