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    See, I knew he was in trouble...

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    We should all be in that kind of trouble.
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    The wisdom of Elvis continues to inform us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DParker View Post
    I bought this one last year based on glowing reviews on multiple forums. I can't tell you how well it works though, as I have not yet needed to use it.

    https://www.amazon.com/Antigravity-B...-10+Microstart

    I have two of the exact Interstate ones, one in each veh, I have used both of them to jump start other peoples cars and to keep my electronics charged when hunting, don't know about any other brand but the Interstates work great.

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    billy the old mountain men never had electronics while hunting....

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    They had to, how else could they charge their cell phones and
    gps?

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    I probably don't pay enough attention to solar powered stuff, especially for backcountry use, but if you can get a full day's sun, this shows some promise. It turns out it's still in a pre-order posture, but the price is right.

    Weighing in at close to two pounds, I think you'd have to be pretty married to your gadgets to want to backpack this, but some people will.

    I assume the following on what it will charge means what it will charge on a full day's sun, and I infer "or" between each entry. Still, I think it's pretty impressive. You won't get a full day's sun humping through Eastern woods, but you will out west. I think for me it would be more of a base camp gadget, but I'd like to see if it would be of any use on a long weekend under the trees.

    Post up any similar aids you know about or are using.


    What it powers

    Smartphone
    2 full charges

    Tablet
    1 full charge

    Basecamp LED
    6 hours

    POV Camera
    4-5 full charges

    DSLR Battery
    2 full charges w/ USB adapter

    Handheld GPS
    6-8 full charges

    Digital Camera
    4-6 full charges

    Headlamp
    5-8 full charges

    2 Way Radios
    8 full charges

    https://www.inergysolar.com/product/raptor-pro/

    https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/r...uick-charger#/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swamp Fox View Post
    Thanks for that.

    In case the third link in my original post doesn't work, here's a second attempt.

    I can't edit the OP (blank box). Wish I knew why, LOL.


    https://www.lowes.com/pd/Schumacher-...arter/50223897



    1200 peak amps for jump starting vehicles in emergencies
    2A USB port: 2x faster charging on all USB devices, including smartphones, tablets, etc
    150 PSI air compressor with pressure gauge, nozzles and storage area
    400-watt peak inverter that converts 120 VAC power (no idea what that means...)
    2 AC outlets to charge small appliances and electronic devices
    Digital display that monitors charge level of internal battery and voltage of vehicle's battery
    High-flow air inflator/deflator for blow-up dolls, pool rafts, beach balls, etc


    $129


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