Kogalla SSB2210 Portable Solar Charger with Integrated Power Bank

With its powerful solar array, the Kogalla potable solar charger harvests energy from the sun, and built-in power bank allows you to charge your mobile devices wherever you go. Like the features? Let’s keep checking.

Kogalla SSB2210 Solar Charger with Integrtated Power Bank

Appearance design

The SSB2210 is a flexible, eco-friendly, and practical solar powered USB portable charger that measures 0.4 x 9.6 x 33.9 inches and weighs 1 lb 12 oz. When folded, it measures 1.1 x 9.6 x 6.3 inches. As we can see from the images, the solar charger shows off a foldable and portable design, and using an included carrying pouch, you can conveniently take the solar charger with solar panels, charging cables and included LED light anywhere you go.

Function features

The solar charger comes with an integrated powerful 22W solar panel array. All you need to do is just unfold the array and place it in sunlight, then the SSB2210 will automatically begin harvesting solar energy.

Kogalla SSB2210 Solar Charger with Integrtated Power Bank

In full sun with reasonable orientation, the solar panels will charge the internal 10,000 mAh battery pack in three to four hours. Of course, it can also be recharged by its integrated microUSB port.

Its built-in 10000mAh backup battery is capable of charging an average smartphone three to five times in a single charge, and dual USB ports allow it to charge two mobile devices at a time like smartphone, LED flashlight, action camera and more. In addition, integrated LED indicator shows you the status of its charging and battery life.

Price and shipment date

Kogalla SSB2210 has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $139 to preorder the portable solar charger. It will be shipped in December this year. Additionally, don’t miss Solartab C portable solar charger and more cool stuff by following tags.

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