Daily Deal: ZeroLemon SolarJuice 20000mAh Battery
from the good-deals-on-cool-stuff dept
It’s back! We featured the ZeroLemon SolarJuice Battery before, but we now have the ZeroLemon SolarJuice 20000mAh Battery for 50% off of the original price — with twice the capacity of the former battery. For $49, that’s a lot more charging power for your iOS, Android, or USB-compatible devices. This dual output battery features 1000+ recharge cycles over the life of the battery, a built-in LED flashlight, and a clip-on hook for easy transport. The 1.2W monocrystalline solar panel would take a while to fully charge an energy-hungry device, but it can help keep the unit topped up throughout the day (and it comes with a microUSB cable). This deal ends very soon, so head on over to the store to grab yours.
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Comments on “Daily Deal: ZeroLemon SolarJuice 20000mAh Battery”
Why the US only? WHY?!?!??
Because you touch yourself at night?
This is problem with many US companies existing on the Internet with global demand but with very limited US only supply.
And yes this seems like a very tasty solar battery when 20,000 mAh is only 5 times the 4,000 mAh of the battery in my Android tablet.
Sorry, Ninja! I’ll pass on your disappointment.
Yep, can’t get it from Canada, eh.
One alternative, get an Anker 14W Portable Solar Charger and whatever external battery that can be charged from a USB Port.
Because shipping from the USA is usually by Global Priority Mail, and shipping one of these that way would cost $30-$80.
I got the 10000mAh version that was a daily deal a few weeks back, and I’ve been very happy with it.
Good to hear!
Like John I purchased two. I like them but the instructions are a bit weak, and I haven’t had a chance to test thesolar panel yet. My 4 day road trip through KC will give them a workout though. 4 of 5 stars at least.
Thanks for the feedback. Let me know how it goes on the road trip.
Yes, the printed instructions aren’t good. But their website has much better instructions. It was only on the website that I learned that of the two USB charging ports, port A is a 1A port and port B a 2A one.