Cabela's Alaskan Guide Pluton Ii Black Charger By Powertraveller

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Cabela's Alaskan Guide Pluton Ii Black Charger By Powertraveller -
The Alaskan Guide Pluton II Black Charger by PowerTraveller allows you to charge phones and devices up to three times before recharging. Military-grade nylon pouch secures all pieces.
Color: Black.
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Cabela's Alaskan Guide Pluton Ii Black Charger By Powertraveller Review:


not what i hoped for

i bought this in preperation for a section hike on the appalachian trail hoping i could use it to keep my phone and an ipod charged. i talked to a cabelas rep about it since there were no reviews, it was kinda like buying a pig in a poke. first thing i did was charge it at the house via the power cord then let my phone (iphone5) run all the way down. it charged my phone to 100% in a reasonable amount of time, then i let my phone run down again and plugged it in to the charger, it charged it to 20% so from a full charge this charger will charge an iphone 5 to 100% once and then to 20%. next i laid the charger outside on my picnic table (shaded area) and left it all day (sunny day) it did not indicate full charge so i put it back out the next day and about 4 hrs later it indicated a full charge. i repeated the same test with my phone with the same results. in direct (unshaded) sunlite it will get fully charged in a days time. still i wanted to give it a fair shake so it was included on our hike from clingmans dome to fontana dam(smokies) starting out with a full charge, after the first day (i let my phone run all the way down) it charged to 100%. the next day i tied it off on the top of my pack and had a red lite(indicates it's charging) the whole day of walking. let the phone run down and it only charged to 30%. to be fair we were hiking in the woods so it was always in a shaded setting. i think if you had a base camp where the solar charger could be left in direct sunlight all day to charge it would be useful, but for backpacking in a wooded setting its not worth the extra weight and space. it is light weight, and seems to be durable and comes with a useful variety of connectors(none for iphone5) i haven'd decided if i'm going to keep it or not, it could come in handy during a power outage but for general backpacking...thumbs down
jasminethelab at Cabelas on 09/23/2013