REVEL GEAR Day Tripper Solar Pack

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Combining an 8,000mAh solar battery with a 1,000-lumen LED light, the rugged Day Tripper solar pack provides a power bank and ultrabright LED grid and emergency strobe for your all-terrain adventures.

  • Features

    • 8,000mAh capacity charges 2–3 smartphones, lights, GPS devices, speakers and other small USB devices
    • Water-resistant, dustproof, shockproof design with sealed electronics housings and connection ports
    • Two 5V1A USB outputs allow dual charging
    • Charge the power bank via included micro USB or top off on the trail with the built-in solar panel
    • Ultrabright, wide-angle, 20-LED floodlight illuminates a large area with 1,000 lumens
    • 3 light settings: Ultrabright, bright, and ultrabright emergency strobe
    • 4 LED capacity indicators display remaining power level
    • Lasts up to 6 hrs. on ultrabright, 18 hrs. on bright and 10.5 hrs. on ultrabright emergency strobe
    • Built-in LED backlight provides a long-lasting, low-light alternative for 99+ hrs.
    • 1,000-lumen light can run indefinitely as a work light when plugged into an external power source via micro USB
    • REVEL GEAR supports renewable energy and lighting projects for those in need

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Multisport

    Charge Time (hrs)

    Micro USB: 6 hrs.; solar: 36+ hrs.

    External Charge

    Car / USB / Wall

    Battery Included

    Yes

    Battery Type

    Lithium Polymer

    Solar-Powered

    Yes

    Solar Cell Output Capacity

    120mAh

    Battery Storage Capacity (mAh)

    8,000 milliamp hours

    Power Output to Device

    5V1A

    Material(s)

    Unavailable

    Dimensions

    5.5 x 3 x 0.75 inches

    Weight

    7.5 ounces

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