The EasyAcc 24000mAh rugged solar power bank and portable charger (opens in new tab) is down to $24.99 with code XOU4NRMN on Amazon. Without the code, the power bank is going for $51 and normally sells around $50. It has never dropped this low directly.
The solar power bank is extremely rugged and designed to survive your outdoor trips. It is water-resistant, shock-resistant and dust-resistant with an IP66 rating. The ports aren't waterproof, but the device has a waterproof lid to protect them. It's also built to last with industrial-grade plastic for a strong build quality. There are multiple built-in safeguards to prevent things like short circuits, over-charging, and more.
With a huge 24000mAh battery capacity, you'll be able to recharge most of your mobile devices multiple times over. The ports have a combined current of 6A and support Quick Charge 3.0 for any compatible devices. Re-charging is faster than you think, too, since it has dual inputs including USB-C. Go from empty to full battery in just six hours. The solar panel helps keep it topped off as well.
EasyAcc covers the power bank with an 18-month warranty, and users give it 4 stars out of 5 based on 229 reviews (opens in new tab).
Are you looking for rugged tech that can survive the outdoors? Maybe you want something that uses even more renewable energy? You can get 10% off BigBlue's solar panel charger (opens in new tab) right now by clipping its on-page coupon. It's another great device that has even larger solar panels for more of that sun power. Also grab a LifeStraw personal water filter (opens in new tab) so you can drink clean water from any source.
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These solar chargers are honestly a scam. Typically, these things would have to sit in direct sunlight for days, even weeks, to fully charge that way.
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