28Feb

Brunton Portable Power, Brunton Solarroll 14

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Brunton Portable Power, SolarRoll 14 ™ is Brunton next generation solar device is the ultimate means of powering electronic equipment in the field. Not only portable, but packable, it rolls down to nearly nothing. Brunton drive and desire to pioneer a line of rugged power sources led to the introduction of the first flexible solar panel, the SolarRoll 14. Since then, others have tried to copy this dependable virsitile solar charger but none come close to date. Backed by glowing reviews in every major magazine and newspaper in this country and others, the SolarRoll has officially taken its place as one of our most talked about products. The proof, though, is in the remarkable performance. The waterproof SolarRoll has given sea kayakers the power to photograph their voyages from the far reaches of the planet. Ideal for powering satellite phones, members of expeditions worldwide pack the SolarRoll in place of expensive extra batteries that don’t offer much relief in the form of weight. We realize however, that not everyone is defying the ordinary. Some of us simply need the SolarRoll for charging our car battery or running our video camera. This is one of Brunton’s most popular solar panels.

Brunton Solarroll 14 Will Charge:

Laptop Charge 5 – 10 Hours
Portable DVD Player Charge 2 – 4 Hours
Cell Phone Charge 1 Hour
Digital Camera Charge 1 – 3 Hours
GPS Charge 2 – 3 Hours
Satellite Phone Charge 3 – 5 Hours
Portable Game Console Charge 1 – 2 Hours
Digital Camcorder Charge 3 Hours
RV/Car / Marine / Snow mobile Battery 12v Trickle Charge to gain battery power (use a solar controller to prevent battery overcharge)

Amorphous solar cells for effective low-light performance.
Reverse flow protection.
Link multiple like-units together for even more output.
Includes vehicle outlet cable & multi-linking cable.
One-year warranty.
Unrolled – 12″x57″ open
Weight – 17 oz
Power output: 14 watts (15.4 Volts / 900 mA)

Costs about $348.00

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