by Justin Stakes
A power source when you need it, wherever you need it
United States -(Ammoland.com)- Whether you're on the hunt or camping in the beauty of the great outdoors, having a sustainable & renewable energy source is vital to any enthusiast’s pack.
Designed for Olympia, the SB5500 features both an integrated USB cable and a micro-USB port for any and all charging necessities. With a rugged exterior guise created with outdoorsmen in mind, the SB5500 is perfect for the Outdoor Enthusiast or Hunter on the go.
The built-in dual solar charger panels allow for an efficient way to charge your small and mid-size electronic devices using the power absorbed from pure rays of sunshine. The device took a bit more than 3 days to fully charge in direct sunlight.
Not only can you charge the external battery using the power of the sun, but the integrated USB and micro-USB ports allow for a quick and easy charge using another electronic device such as a PC.
The 5V/1A USB Output is ideal for charging cellphones, while the 5V/2.1A USB Output is more ideal for the larger devices such as a tablet. While testing the SB5500, I've discovered that you can charge 3 electronic devices simultaneously, even whilst the product is currently charging itself.
The charge time for a mid-sized phone such as an iPhone 5S ran at around 2 & ½ hours and larger devices such as my very own Samsung Galaxy Note 4 ran at around 3 to 3 & ½ hours to fully charge the device.
- 5500mAh Lithium Polymer Battery
- Powered by the sun
- Integrated Micro-USB cable for a quick and easy charge
- Both an Integrated USB and cable micro-USB port for charging with the use of sunlight
- LED Battery Power Indicator
- 5V/1A USB Output and 5V/2.1A USB Output for charging cell-phones and tablets
- Can charge multiple devices simultaneously (Up to 3)
- Rugged Design for Outdoor and Recreational Activities
- 1 Olympia SB5500 External Battery with Dual Charger Panels
- 1 Micro-USB Cable
- 1 User Guide
For more information on Olympia's new SB5500 External Battery with Dual Solar Panels, please visit www.OlympiaOutdoors.com.
Article by Justin Stakes
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Justin Stakes is a Photographer and Journalist dealing with a variety of different subjects that interest and inspire his love for the great outdoors and more. Justin is an avid outdoor enthusiast and geek with a photographic style that is a mixture of photojournalism and fine art. He has won 3 Photo Show Competitions throughout his education and has even been exhibited in the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art.