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how do I choose the best solar charger

Shenzhen MIQI Electronic Co.,Ltd | Updated: Jun 29, 2017

    Solar chargers are growing in popularity among those trying to live in ways that are environmentally friendly. They can be used with a variety of devices, such as hand-held video games, laptops, and cell phones. If you are interested in buying a solar charger, consider things such as wattage, weight, and manufacturer before you make the purchase.

MIQ-S01 is a solar charger with battery and LED lamp.

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One of the primary factors to consider is how many watts the solar charger stores. If you choose one that has a low wattage, you may be dissatisfied because it will take much more time to charge your device. Instead of suffering the inconvenience of not having what you need in a timely fashion, you can consider two options. First, you can buy a higher wattage solar charger. Second, you can buy extra batteries for your devices, and charge one while you use the other one as a backup.

 

Light Weight 6.6W Solar Power Pack Solar Panel Phone Chargers For Hiking

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The more watts a charger can provide, the more expensive it is likely to be. Although this increased expense can be avoided, there are some instances when you may not want to prioritize expense. A good example is when you know the solar charger will be used to recharge multiple devices. It may not be practical, for example, to buy a backup cell phone battery for both you and your partner. In such cases, it is probably wiser to choose a charger with a higher capability.

 

Foldable 20W Sunpower Compact Solar Charger For Cell Phone

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If you are planning to have a solar charger that exceeds 6 watts, you may want to buy one that has built-in charge control. This is a good feature for people who will charge while they are not present. It can prevent you from overloading your devices.

Two things to consider if you will be on the go with your solar charger are portability and weight. First, you need to make sure you buy a solar charger that will fit where you plan to put it. Then, you need to consider whether its weight will discourage you from carrying it.