Fully charges your smartphone in approx. 2 hours | USB connection delivers immediate power | Charge your phone and get 10 hours of bright reading light
Fully charges your smartphone in approx. 2 hours | USB connection delivers immediate power | Charge your phone and get 10 hours of bright reading lightLess
If the farthest you ever get from a power outlet is a table in the middle of the room at your local Starbucks, the Waka Waka is probably not for you. If, however, you’re looking for a device that allows you to charge your devices away from the grid when you need it and provides hours and hours of light via a very efficient LED setup, the Waka Waka is the niche charger you’re looking for. It’s well designed, it’s lightweight, and not only do you end up with a handy solar light/phone charger for your next hike, but somebody somewhere in the world ends up with one too.<... Full review
From a practical standpoint, I really like the Waka Waka power device and this follows a trend of bringing cleaner technology advances (rocket stoves, solar power) to remote regions to increase safety and improve health. I have other solar chargers, but they charge batteries separately and do not have a light. This could conceivably eliminate two things I needed to pack. I could take this on business trips for example instead of a headlamp, my charger and the spare batteries. I could make arguments on both sides, but this does give me options. The Waka Waka is pretty solid, but it isn&rsquo... Full review
This is a neat little device. The internal capacity (2200 mAH) is a little on the low side for just a mobile charger, but the Waka Waka is much more than that. It's light, has very rugged construction and an efficient, built-in light source. I would almost say this is mainly a lantern that can double as a charger.
The performance of the solar cell is a little disappointing, but it's a limitation common to all solar cells. I have a solar charger of a different brand that didn't fare any better in my tests. The bottom line is that this is an ideal device for use in the outdoors and du... Full review
What I like about this product is that it would be perfect to go in a survival pack or to take camping when you simply want to keep some cell phones charged. I like that it doubles as a flashlight and the LED lights are bright enough that you could use it at a camp site or remote location.
The lights have three level settings and can even be put in a emergency mode to flash SOS. This was a nice added feature. With the solar part of the unit being waterproof you do not have to worry about a lite rain shower but the unit itself is not a 100% waterproof which I feel is lacking.
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