Brunton Freedom Portable Power

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Brunton Freedom Portable Power - Brunton Freedom Solar Portable Power - The Freedom Solar Portable Power by Brunton is a versatile hybrid charger / recharger which recharges many types of portable electronic devices. There has never been a device this portable and potent, delivering ample energy from a tiny size. The Freedom collects and stores power from a vehicle, boat, computer or the solar panel. You transfer the power to personal electronic devices as needed. Easy. Efficient. Effective. The Freedom Solar Portable Power by Brunton has a power storage capacity of 2,200 mAh and 1,000 mAh output.

Features:

  • 1,000 mA / 5V mini-USB output
  • Rechargeable 2,200 mAh Li-ion battery
  • Compatible with Brunton Sync Tech devices
  • Durable rubberized shell
  • Power gauge & auto shut-off
  • Water-resistant
  • (1) 100 mAh solar panels
  • 5.5 L x 3 W x .75 inches D
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The Brunton Freedom Portable Power Device gives you the juice you need to charge and recharge your favorite gadgets anywhere you roam: MP3 players, smartphones, digital cameras, GPS units and more.
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Weight:6.6 oz
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Before you use the Freedom you need to charge it up fully. I plugged it into the wall to charge, and charged my iPhone. Now the that battery was primed I guess, I tried the solar charger. I live on the coast and I am sad to say it is most often overcast here. I placed the Freedom on my deck during the day. It took a good 3+ days in cloudy /mostly cloudy conditions to get 100% charged. I did another experiment in good direct sunlight but I forgot about it. It was fully charged but I don't know how long it took. 6 hours? I like the security of having the Freedom. Having an extra battery or power pack is the way to go if you are in a hurry or need power all the time. But the added security of powering up or partially powering up my device is where the real value for this item is. I give this 3.5 stars because it is not miraculous. That said this is solar technology and for the size and price you get what you pay for. Solar devices today are like early airplanes in the early 20th century. Again for the size and price it does what it is supposed to do and for that I really like it.
Simon Perkey at OutdoorPlay.com on 03/14/2012