• Pocked Sized 12 Watt 2 Amp USB Solar charge is perfect for solar charging iPads, charge and surf at the same time in good sunlight!
  • This is a high quality solar panel with a regular USB output port that can supply up to 2 Amps of power in good sunlight which is perfect for power hungry devices like the iPad and iPhone.
  • It is small enough to fit into your pocket. Many of the solar USB chargers are much larger.
  • USB Charging Circuit Updated to Work with All Apple Products iPhone, iPad, iPod’s all work.
  • We priced the panel below market to serve more people not because this is a low quality product. Support us if you like our products!

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Product Description

12w Pocket Solar Charger for Ipad, Iphone, Ipod, Android, Droid, Samsung, HTC, and many other USB chargable electronic devices.

The “Pocket Panel” is a 12 Watt Portable Solar USB Charging Panel designed to Rapid Charge power hungry cell phones and other USB devices that can be charged via their USB port. This panel is rated to produce up to 2 Amps of power @ 5v via the standard USB charging output port and this allows rapid solar phone recharging in bright sunny conditions and this also allows quicker recharging in partly sunny conditions.

Today’s new smart phones, iPhone, Android, Droid smart cell phones demand larger batteries and much more power per day compared to phones from just a year ago and this means it takes a lot more power to rapidly recharge your new smart phone. If you want to solar charge your cell phone or iPhone then you need a portable solar charger that is capable of producing enough power to rapidly recharge your phone in good sunny conditions and this is where most solar cellphone chargers fail and fall short since they are under sized and simply do not produce enough power to quickly recharge your USB devices.

The panel we have made here is using the highest efficiency solar cells on the market, the same type Mono Crystalline solar cells that are used in the popular glass solar panels you see on the top of large buildings and homes all over the world. The solar cells are 17-18% efficient at turning sunlight into electricity vs. the other folding solar panels that use ThinFilm solar cells that are only 8-9% efficient at turning sunlight into electricity. The higher the efficiency of the solar cell the less surface area it takes to generate 1w of power. Since we are using 17-18% efficient solar cells our portable solar usb cell phone chargers are as small as you can currently make them without using super expensive NASA grade 22% efficient solar cells.

This is the most powerful pocket size solar USB charger on the market and its priced below all the other less powerful options currently available world wide. Forget the rest buy the best!


Nowadays people are moving around with cell phones, are not they? And sometimes the battery does not last all day … The best solution is to use a portable charger to ensure that your smartphone stays on even when there is no outlet nearby. But when it comes to choosing a charger, you have to do a lot of research so you do not risk ruining your phone, see!

You need to keep an eye on the charge capacity, which is measured in mAh. It shows whether or not the charger can fully charge the battery. It works like this: if the battery of the phone has a capacity of 3.000 mAh, the charger must have at least 3,000 mAh also to have a full charge. If the charger has 6,000 mAh, for example, then it can offer two full loads. Now, if the capacity is 1,500 mAh, then you can only charge 50% of the battery.

Another important detail is the power, which is measured in W [SPEAK WATTS]. Pro mobile if charged, it is necessary that the electric current coming out of the battery is greater or equal to the charging power of the smartphone, ok? If it is smaller, the cell phone will not charge! This mAh and W information is in the manual or in the box.

And to facilitate, look at this tip!

Portable batteries lose their useful life over time, meaning they lose performance and load capacity. To make the charger last longer, just recharge the device when the power is completely finished. Oh, and do not forget to turn off your cell phone when recharging so you do not waste battery power!

The Hard Bank has 2 models of chargers, the Power Bank AS 802 (pictured), which is designed to allow you to stay connected anywhere, with 6600 mHa, has a USB port 2.1A and 1A, which allows simultaneous charging of two devices and features an LED emergency flashlight.


Even with the evolution of battery capacity in new smartphones and increasingly efficient modes of economy, the autonomy of the energy is still a problem for most users. Everything contributes to the energy depletion before the end of the day: games, video streaming , application update, hardware heating and others. However, with a series of simple measures it is possible to significantly extend the battery life of your device.

  • Decrease screen brightness

This tip is pretty obvious, but it should not be underestimated: today’s smartphones typically have a 5-inch or larger screen. The display is the main battery devourer of the device, so it will last longer if you decrease its brightness.

Open Settings and click “Display” or “Display”. Select “Brightness” and turn off auto brightness. Finally, move the regulator to the left until the brightness limit is acceptable to you. This can also be done from the shortcut menu.

  • Turn off Wi-Fi

When you leave home, your smartphone enables data transfer from your plan, but Wi-Fi is still active and searching for networks. This consumes unnecessary energy. So it’s always good to turn off Wi-Fi when you do not need it. To do so, there are two ways:

Download the notification bar with two fingers and long click the Wi-Fi symbol. Or go to the Settings, choose “Wi-Fi” and turn it off.

  • Turn off the GPS

If you do not need the location system for your smartphone, turn it off. Many apps constantly send your location in the background, which consumes a lot of battery power.

You turn off the GPS as follows: pull the notification bar with two fingers and click the “Location” symbol for a long time, or go to the settings and turn off the “Local” option. In the location menu you can see which app had access to the information lately.

  • Identify the battery devourers

It is not always immediately clear why the battery runs out faster in some days than in others. Android gives you a good overview of each application’s battery consumption and each process. Just go to Settings and select “Battery”. There will be listed all the consumer champion apps.

Click on one of them to get more information. Among other things, you can see how long an application has occupied the processor or how much data it has received. If an app has an unusually high consumption, it may help if you clean your cache. If that does not help, the best thing to do is to delete this application and find another one that consumes less energy.

  • Delete Animated Wallpapers

Although cute, animated wallpapers can drain your device’s power. It is therefore best to use a static backdrop.

  • Limit the synchronization in the background

Many applications and widgets update data in the background. Weather applications, for example, search for updated information at regular intervals. If this interval is too short, the battery will have to supply more power. Therefore, most applications offer the option to configure data synchronization intervals.

  • Disable automatic application updates

By default, the Google Play Store is set to automatically download app updates. This affects not only the volume of the data transfer, but also the battery.

To disable automatic updates, open “Google Play Store Settings” and click “Automatically update apps” and enable the “Do not update apps automatically” option.

  • Disable 4G

Do you have a smartphone with 4G but only a 3G plan? Or do not you just plug into the 4G in no way in some places? Then deactivate the fast network in the settings, so that it is not constantly searched.

To do this, open the “Settings” and choose the “More” point under “Wireless networks”. Then click on “Mobile Networks” and select “3G”.