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Deal: keep your Android device juiced with this solar-powered battery

The ZeroLemon SolarJuice 20,000 mAh battery is a solar-powered, rain-resistant beast of an external charger and for the next two days you can pick it up for just US$49.99. That's a saving of 50 percent and you even get free shipping on this fantastic charger when you buy it from the AndroidPIT deals store.

With the ZeroLemon's massive 20,000 mAh portable battery, you can power up your Android smartphone, tablet, or other USB-compatible devices over and over again. The high-quality Lithium Polymer portable battery pack is designed to be charged at home or through the power of the sun, to offer an enormous amount of extra battery fuel when you're on the move.

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Keep your devices charged and ready for action with the ZeroLemon SolarJuice battery. / © ZeroLemon


  • The top grade A-cell, built-in 20,000 mAh Lithium Polymer battery charges via a powerful 1.2W monocrystalline solar panel
  • Dual output allows for simultaneous charging of multiple devices at high speeds
  • Anti-explosion, lightweight, compact and reliable
  • More than 1,000 recharge cycles over the life of the battery
  • Solar charging capabilities in any light condition
  • Four LED indicators reflecting charging and discharging process
  • Fast charging 2.1 and 1A power output for maximum iOS and Android charge rates 
  • Ultrabright LED flashlight

Hit the link to get 50 percent off the ZeroLemon SolarJuice 20,000 mAh battery now – don't miss out, this fantastic offer ends after two days,

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  • Ack68 Sep 16, 2015 Link to comment

    The indicator doesn't tell you if the solar charging is working or not which is annoying. You have to charge via USB because the 20k mah capacity will take too long. I would have returned it, but I'm too lazy.

  • Zach Sep 14, 2015 Link to comment

    when selling in malaysian?

  • I don't see the value. A 20,000 mAh battery feeding 5 volt USB is 100 watt-hours. Assuming 100% efficiency and maximum sunlight, it would take 100 / 1.2 = 83.3 hours to charge the battery. Obvious not feasible.

    The power to charge on a 1 amp port is 5 watts, so the 1.2 watt solar power is not even enough to charge external devices either.

    The solar panel is nothing more than a feel-good a gimmick for the green-people. The panel has to be minimum 10 times it size.

    • Zach Sep 14, 2015 Link to comment

      ahh i sew that thanks for reply information

    • Took one of these to Philmont Scout Ranch this past summer. 10 days in the mountains of New Mexico. It kept my Note 4 fully charged all 10 days. Hanging it off my backpack most of the day kept it over 50% charged by the end of the trip. My phone dropped to just over/under 50% charge each day.

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