Product Preview: myCharge PowerFold Battery Charger

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posted on October 2, 2019
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The myCharge PowerFold is a portable, solar-powered battery charger with a footprint small enough to allow it to slip into a pant or backpack pocket—making it perfect for use while hunting, camping or on other outdoor excursions. Consisting of three folding solar panels and a removable powerbank, the 6”x3”x0.75” PowerFold has a capacity of 8,000 mAh, and features dual USB ports so you can charge two devices at once (although only one recharging cable accompanies the unit). Four hours of direct sunlight generate enough energy to completely charge one smartphone battery. Available only through amazon.com, for $59.99, the PowerFold also incorporates a flashlight with steady-on, SOS and strobe functions.

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