Using a large and flexible solar panel, the LightSaver Max power bank is able to use solar energy to charge your mobile devices during any outdoor activity. Like the feature? Let’s keep checking.
The LightSaver Max is a powerful and versatile solar charger that consists a barrel measuring 13.5″ long x 2.5″ wide x 1.5″ deep and a solar panel measuring 25.5″ long x 12.5″ wide and weighs about 1.5 lbs. As we can see from the images, the power bank shows off a potable, lightweight and low-profile design, and its solar panel can be rolled up around the integrated rechargeable battery in order that you can easily store it in your backpack.
The solar charger features amorphous silicone technology that allows the panel to collect sunlight, even in shade or when partially blocked, and its flexible design allows you to easily attach it on your backpack or just place it on the ground for collecting sunlight during an outdoor activity, and the solar technology is durable and long lasting. Even if individual cells are damaged, it won’t damage the whole unit. LightSaver Max comes equipped a 15,600mAh rechargeable battery, and its dual 2.5A USB ports can charge two mobile devices at the same time, while its integrated LED flashlight features 660 lumens of brightness, delivering on-the-move illumination.
The LightSaver Max has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $219 to preorder the solar charger, and an optional all-in bundle contains a pocket version of LightSaver. All units will be shipped in March next year.