ReVIVE Series Solar ReStore External Battery Power Pack with Universal USB Charging Port for Portable E-readers , MP3 Players , Smartphones & More USB Powered Devices

A Great Portable Charging Solution for Your Device!

Smart, Compact Design
This easy to use, multi-functional battery pack lets you take your charging on-the-go. The ReStore is equipped with a universal USB charging port and a powerful internal battery that stores solar power when you're away from outlets. Charge it up via solar power or USB port to restore some juice to your device! The handy LED power capacity indicator on the back lets you know when the ReStore is at full capacity or how much charge is left.

Flex-Neck LED Light
The Solar ReStore is also designed with a side-loaded flexible LED flashlight to use when you're out in the dark. It's perfect for saving your phone or flashlight battery while camping or during nighttime activities!

Universal & Lightweight
This ultra-light battery pack can easily be stored and transported and will provide power to most devices that have a Micro or Mini USB charge port, making it an ideal travel companion!

TECH SPECS:
Input: AC 100 – 240v, USB Port DC 5V±5%
USB Output: DC 5V±5%, 600mA
Battery: 1500mAh Lithium rechargeable
AC/USB Recharging Time: 3-5 hrs
Solar Charging: 6 hrs (Maximum 50% charge) ; 120mA solar
LED Flashlight time: 20 hours
Dimensions: 4.7 x 2.6 x 0.5 inches
Weight: 3.6 oz

WORKS WITH:

Apple iPhone 5 , 4S , 4 , 3GS , 3G / iPod Classic , Touch , Shuffle , Nano (OEM Cable required)

HTC One , Droid DNA , First , One SV , X , X , EVO , Sensation , Thunderbolt , Inspire

LG Nexus 4 , Optimus G2 , G Pro , G

Motorola Moto X , Droid Ultra , Droid Mini , Droid MAXX , Droid RAZR M , RAZR HD , RAZR MAXX

Nokia Lumia 1020 , 928 , 925 , 920 , 900

Samsung S4 , S4 Active , S4 Zoom , S4 mini , S3 , S3 mini , S2 , S2 Plus , Note 2 & 1 , Fame , Core , Young , Rugby III , ATIV Odyssey , Skyrocket

Sony Xperia Z , ZL , ZR , TL

And Many More

2 Comments
  1. Jill Florio "Green RVer" June 21, 2014 at 8:23 am

    Great entry level solar portable unit As part of my long-term goal of living off the energy grid, I decided to get my feet wet with a small, inexpensive solar power charger for my iPhone and other small electronics. My Solar ReStore solar battery pack turned out to be a great way to get started using free energy from the sun.Priced around $30, my Solar ReStore unit arrived swiftly in a white plastic bubble-pack mailer. The package is made of that rigid clear plastic that you need scissors to open and can give you a deep ‘paper’ cut if you are not careful. I cut off the top of the plastic with kitchen shears and carefully made a cut down the side to pull out the materials.The charging unit itself is almost exactly the size of my iPhone, being a tiny bit larger and considerably lighter. The front consists of a solar panel. The sides offer a USB port, an AC charging port, an LED light on a long, flexible stem that wraps around the side of the unit, an LED light button and a charging indicator light…

  2. Kernman "Kernman" June 21, 2014 at 8:25 am

    Not bad for the price…works in a pinch. I bought this to help keep my iPhone charged while backpacking. While the reviews for this item are mostly good, I have to be middle of the road on this one. It’s only $30 so one can’t really expect 5-star results. Overall I would say it has met my expectations. My 3-star review simply means it is average. Not great, not bad.I do a lot of overnight and weekend hiking, and in August 2011 I will be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa. I’ll be without power, water and other luxuries for 7 days. I plan on using my phone as my camera, for texting and updating Facebook while on the mountain. I have run this charger through several tests over the past two weeks. It charged to 100% with no problem using an A/C outlet. I then attached it to my phone when it had only 5% battery remaining. The ReVive recharged the phone to 100% within 2 hours using my own iPhone cable and if I can believe the LEDs on the back, which showed 50% remaining, I still had enough juice left to top off the…

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