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Instapark 10 Watt Solar Panel Portable Solar Charger with Dual USB Ports Initial Impression



This is my Initial Impression and overview of the Instapark 10 Watt {solar lights} Portable {solar lights} Charger with Dual USB Ports. Product page: http://goo.gl/Sj7Cv.

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8 Comments on "Instapark 10 Watt Solar Panel Portable Solar Charger with Dual USB Ports Initial Impression"

  1. David Mejia says:

    Did you ever make the compassion video between this model at the 12w sun tactics?

  2. Hey, I see you like the instapark 10 W There is a 27 W "Instapark® Mercury27 Portable & Foldable 27 Watts Solar Battery Charger" that sells on amazon for $110. It can charge a lot more like a laptop. The laptop should have a 12v. car adapter that will then plug into the solar panel. A cheap PWM charge controller is a good idea too. Don't forget to have fun Thai Sean…

  3. Brian says:

    I have only used mine twice, but it charged my cell phone in bright sunlight in about 2 hours and my Ipad 2 from 18% to 89% in about 3.5 hrs. I unplugged it or it would have gone to 100% IMHO. I live in sunny southern Cal. Your results may vary, but I believe it is worth 49.00 on Amazon.

  4. priye19 says:

    Great video. I was wondering if it can work inside the house under bright lighting conditions?

  5. Nairuulagch says:

    All these portable panels have one ugly drawback that the back cloth material will collect tons of dirt within 2-3 years of usage if someone wants to use it heavily for few months per year. And you cannot wash this "super portable user friendly" panel!!

  6. Overall is it a good device though?

  7. ureviews says:

    I did. But I didn't record it. The Suntactics did slightly better. (really marginal) I Will make a video it just takes a lot of prep and a good spot and not 20f outside 🙂

  8. Bernd Lauert says:

    Did you test the devices against each other already with an amp- and volt-reader?

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