SunSaver 10K, 10,000mAh Solar Power Bank
Lightweight and compact, yet powerful enough to charge a smartphone over 3 times* off one charge, the 10K is your perfect everyday charger or back-up in an emergency.
USB Fast Charging
The high-speed USB output will charge your phone in the same time as charging it from your wall socket, if not faster.
The USB Type-C input means you can fully re-charge the 10K in just over 5 hours of charging.
Not just a power bank, but also your solar torch that provides up to 50 hours of light off one full charge. And with its built-in hook, the 10K can be hung up anywhere to work as a downlight!
Unlike other power banks, the integrated 1.25-Watt solar panel means the SunSaver 10K can charge anywhere there's sun. Although solar charging is relatively slow, it's the perfect back-up in an emergency.
An IP66 waterproof rating makes the 10K safe against strong water jets, meaning you don’t have too worry about it if you get caught in the rain.
1 Year Warranty
Our standard 1-year product warranty is there to give you peace of mind and show that we trust our products!
*Based on a smartphone with an 1,800mAh battery
Battery Capacity: 3.7V, 10,000mAh / 37Wh
Battery Type: A-Grade Lithium-Polymer Rechargeable
Micro USB Input: 5V, 2.4A
USB Type-C Input: 5V, 3.0A
Solar Input: 250mA / 1.25W
USB Type-A Output: 5V, 3.0A
USB Type-C Output: 5V, 3.0A
Dimensions: 79.4 x 150.4 x 19.0mm
Net Weight: 255g
Operating Temperature: 0 – 45° C
In the Box
- 1 x 2.0 Amp Micro-USB Charging Cable
- 1 x 3.0 Amp USB Type-C Charging Cable
- User Manual
- SunSaver 10K Power Bank
Free Shipping: To all our New Zealand customers!
Due to shipping restrictions this product is only available to New Zealand customers.
Is it safe to take on a plane?
Yes, but as carry-on luggage only and please make sure to refer to your airlines specific rules before flying.
How long does it take to fully charge by solar?
Approx. 50 hours of direct sunlight, but this can be reduced to around 11 hours with the SunSaver Power-Flex.
But just a few hours of strong sunlight can provide enough power to make a phone call.
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