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Guide 10 Plus Recharger

rated 4 of 5 stars I'm hiking the Pacific Crest Trail and do a lot of night hiking looking for a campsite or going for water. The Guide Ten make my life and hike easier and safer knowing I will always have fresh batteries for my headlamp. I don't have to carry a lot of extra batteries and the Guide Ten is easy to use. Full review

Boulder 30M Solar Panel

rated 5 of 5 stars Great for mounting on your vehicle or pup for basecamp. Very good solar panel. I mounted this on top of my pop-up camper. One of these panels in good sunlight will keep my camper battery charged for an entire week using the lights fairly conservatively and running the water pump when needed. They are also chainable. What I mean is you can plug up to four of these together for 120w of power. Also you can purchase a portable stand which will hold four panels and can be placed anywhere on the ground. Full review

Elite Sherpa 50 Adventure Kit

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Super kit, but a bit bulky. I love this thing. It's great and keeps all my goodies charged over a long weekend with plenty of energy to spare. I leave it in my bag and hang the solar panel on top when in transit. It charges more rapidly in direct sun, however I've not had the problem with it only charging in direct light like others stated. It can be charged by either the included solar panel, auto plug, or wall outlet. As before noted, it is a little bulky, but well worth the weight. Full review

Sherpa 50 Recharger

rated 4 of 5 stars All around handy charger. A little bulky. And don't even entertain one if you're a pound shaver. This thing is wonderful. I've completely charged my laptop twice with it on one charge. Mine also came with a power inverter that screws on the side securely. Very well built and constructed to last. Full review

Guide 10 Plus Solar Kit

rated 5 of 5 stars Great for hiking. And I use it all the time. This is a great piece of equipment to have if you use a lot of batteries and rechargeable toys. Will also work with any store bought rechargeable batteries. So you are only limited to the amount of energy you can store by how many batteries you choose to carry. The charger itself can also be used to charge devices and other rechargeables via USB. I am very pleased with this product and have also had no issues with it charging in low light conditions. Full review

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Outdoor Retailer: Portable Power
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August 9, 2010


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