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Let the elements rage – Sandbergs Outdoor Solar Powerbank 16000

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The new Powerbank from Sandberg is in many ways different from other powerbanks on the market.

You can take it out in all kinds of weather. It does not matter if it gets wet. Not even if you drop it in your fish tank. It is also dustproof – the brilliant choice for the festival, formula 1 camp, hiking, camping trip or a ride in a sandstorm. When the sun comes out, the built-in solar cells will convert its light to free power.

When darkness falls, the Powerbank can light up the entire tent with its powerful quadruple LED lamp.

And even if you take this Powerbank with you out in the rain, sandstorm or on a cave trek, the 5-year warranty has you covered.

Erling Hoff Petersen, Sales Director at Sandberg, says: “We created this Powerbank to satisfy the most demanding users who literally need to sit on the ledge of a cliff and let their mobile devices charge. We believe in this segment of active people, from those who are at a festival or scout camp to people who go rafting or fishing. They don’t just want any cheap junk that breaks the first time they encounter the raging elements.”

The interior engineering is definitely also of high quality: 16,000 mAh and two outputs with a total output of 3.4A.

Sandberg Outdoor Solar Powerbank 16000 is included in the Sandberg Active series, which consists of products for sports and outdoor enthusiasts.

RRP incl. VAT:

  • IP67 dust, shock and waterproof case
  • Capacity: 16000 mAh
  • Battery type: Li-ion
  • Input voltage: 5 V
  • Output voltage: 5 V
  • Input current: 2 A
  • Output current: Total 3.4 A / Output 1: 2.4 A | Output 2: 1.0 A
  • Connectors: 1 x Micro USB female, 2 USB A female
  • Solar panel: 1.4 W / 280 mA
  • 4 LED lights battery indicator
  • 1 flashlight (4 x LED)
  • Charging time by AC adapter (1.0 A): 12-16 hours for full charge
  • Charging time by AC adapter (Min. 2.0 A): 6-8 hours for full charge
  • Charging time by direct sunlight: 6-8 hours for full charge of a typical Smartphone

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