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Go Green Solar Sent Me The Sunjack Folding Solar Panel

Go Green Solar Sent Me The Sunjack Folding Solar Panel

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Has sent me the SunJack portable solar charger to try out at the off grid homestead. I actually received this package a while ago but wanted to show you the packaging and all the things that came with the kit before I show you the review itself.

The SunJack portable solar charger comes with a very nice folding solar panels with four panels. It is covered in a durable case with a zippered pocket. The pocket covers the two USB output ports. There is a 1 amp 5 volt output and a 2 amp 5 volt output.

The folding solar panel comes with two carabiner clips so that you can fasten it to your backpack, bike, truck or whatever you need. The case itself has lots of loops to fasten it with.

There was a USB cable included in the package as well so that you can charge devices with it. It is basically an all in one solar panel for charging your portable devices.

They also sent me an 8,000 mAh battery pack that can be charged up using the SunJack folding solar panel. This battery pack comes with two USB ports as well. It has a 1 amp 5 volt output and a 2 amp 5 volt output.

There were two 4 Watt USB LED lights with some very long cables and switches built in. These will be great when I work on the tiny house in those dark spaces. They are also going to be quite awesome out in the field when off roading or hiking.

There was also a waterproof USB LED light stick with its own built in battery pack and USB output ports. Even more possibilities for charging my devices on the go.

I will be reviewing the LED lights and battery pack separately from the folding solar panel.

Get your SunJack folding solar panel here: http://amzn.to/2G1QVDK

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