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OUTXE Rugged Power Bank with Solar Charger: Wasn’t Expecting Much But Good Value For EDC, Bug Out

Like I say in the video, I was mildly interested in reviewing the OUTXE 16000 Rugged Power Bank, but now that I’ve used it and reviewed it, I’m glad I have it.


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20 Comments on "OUTXE Rugged Power Bank with Solar Charger: Wasn’t Expecting Much But Good Value For EDC, Bug Out"

  1. No way dude. It's made in China😁

  2. Josh B says:

    The tough tested one is identical 🤔 lol

  3. Davud Tatum says:

    Anker solar chargers are why better.

  4. Wezilla says:

    I have this similar copy about 95% same but I think copy made in China

  5. 199alexman says:

    so it would charge your device the moment you plug your device ?

  6. Jason Sommer says:

    is the solar supposed to charge the power bank itself? I put mine out for 2 days and it didn't charge the power bank itself

  7. Preston Muir says:

    OUTDOOR xtreme energy

  8. Fred B. says:

    Have had mine for 6 months and really enjoy it. I have numerous Anker products, and enjoy them, however, this one has features that set it apart from Anker. It's shock resistant, water proof, has a light and solar recharging capabilities. It's a great product to have, in my opinion.

  9. the other battery banks are heavy but we'll built

  10. Jade Star says:

    How long on a full sunny day does it take to charge with the solar panel? Thanks for the review.

  11. David Mm says:

    Looks like someone had a close encounter with the fender on the car.

  12. cyclops214 says:

    Anchor makes the best chargers I won't buy anything else.

  13. Ron Hicks says:

    I like to watch your reviews. Regarding the carabiner I would suggest taking 6 to 8 inches of paracord and making a Matthew Walker knot and attacking a carabiner from there😀

  14. Thanks Tim. Hang it off a pack and charge all day, then charge devices at night. Appears that it would keep up with that.

  15. That's cool! Mine is similar without the flashlight on it, but mine has 300,000mAh and will charge my phone 16.6 times. I use it for my camera equipment and other electronics. It came from Walmart.com for $19. I guess I should do a review on it. I do enjoy your reviews. Keep up the good work!

  16. kk tab3 says:

    thx 4 the review, but how effective is the solar charger? being small, most of the time the solar portion is more of an eco novelty (being so ineffective, some don't even mention the solar specs, taking days or wks of full sun to charge) vs practical, so personally i pref a model w/o it = lighter & cheaper

  17. Congratulations for the videos, Brazil accompanies your videos.

  18. How does this unit compare with let's say the "Anker 15W Dual USB Solar Charger"? Also charging 18650 batteries. Please advise.

  19. William J says:

    FYI- "mAh" = Milliamp-Hour, a unit for measuring electric power over time. mAh is commonly used to describe the total amount of energy a battery can store at one time. It's the easiest way to distinguish the strength or capacity of a battery. The higher the mAh, the longer the battery will last.

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