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Anker 15W Dual USB Solar Charger $54.99 (Was $109.99) Delivered @ AnkerDirect Amazon AU

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UPP TO 50% OFF! Anker 15W Dual USB Solar Charger $54.99 delivered(Was $109.99)

Fast Charging Technology: 15 watt SunPower solar array is 21.5-23.5% efficient, providing enough power to charge two devices simultaneously.

Incredibly Durable: Industrial-strength PET polymer faced solar panels sewn into rugged polyester canvas offer weather-resistant outdoor durability.

Highly Portable: Compact size (11 × 6.3in folded or 18.1 × 11in opened) and elastic loops on each corner allow easy attachment to backpacks, trees, or tents. Super lightweight (12.5 oz) and ultra-thin design (0.7in folded or 0.2in opened) make it ideal for long treks.

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  • +2


    Kmart one is 18w and $55 plus has 15000mah battery so you can charge the battery then use the battery to charge your phone at night

    • +6

      Total output (solar + battery) is 18W for the Kmart item - solar output only is 8W.

      Different use case and not comparable imo

    • +1

      The solar panel on the KMart one only puts out 8 watts.

      • +2

        i would also highly recommend NOT putting your battery right next to the solar panels due to the heat exposure. If the battery isn't attached to the panels like when it's treated as a charging device then you can keep some distance under the solar panels as shade. with this sort of direct attachment as seen in the kmart one, you'll reduce the longevity of the battery

  • +10

    ANKER is a decent brand

    • agree. cant compare this with kmart….

    • Great build quality on the Anker products I own.

    • +1

      and someday if it starts to go south, add a W up front.

      • Or a T… or an ST…

  • +1

    Would anyone suggest keeping one of these in the car all the time for absolute emergencies e.g. get stranded somewhere

    • +1

      imho if you stuck in the middle of nowhere with no traffic on the road, you won't get any mobile coverage.
      On the other hand, if you climb a hill you may be lucky to get some signal.

    • +2

      It's certainly an reasonable option as a backup if you have nothing else, although a battery bank is probably a better one.

      • Good point. I've got two power banks.

    • Pretty sure modern windscreens have a UV filter so solar panels on the dash are operating at greatly reduced efficiency

      • +1

        I think they mean just packed in the car, not necessarily unfolded on the dash or parcel shelf constantly

        • Prob right but huge temptation to leave a solar panel on the dash when parked in the sun.

          • @0jay: I did mean just have in the car in the event that you ended up stranded somewhere.

            I can imagine a scenario where you get stranded and your phone is flat/nearly flat and you need to walk to get signal, seems like this kind of thing would be handy

            • @isthisreallife22: I rekon hooking up a switchable usb socket to an always hot line in the car's a better bet. Unless your battery's completely dead you'll get a quicker charge that way.

              Cheaper too! :)

              • +2

                @0jay: That seems overly complex compared to just getting a battery bank, or one of those USB car starter packs so you can charge your device AND try to start your car.

                • +2

                  @dav3: Doesn't seem remotely complex to me

      • Glass itself reduces UV by around 90% all on its own, no UV filters or anything needed because it is a UV filter itself.

        Tinting is pure reduction in visible light transmission and aesthetics, except for that nice strip of tint at the top of your windscreen.

        • +1

          What's the basis for that statement? I was under the impression not all glass blocked much UV.

          "Only four of the 29 cars had windows that blocked more than 90 percent of UV-A rays"


          • @ezzaf: Well there's a range of course, its somewhere in the 80 to 90 something area. Tint isn't really worth it. In some states its totally illegal on front drv/pass and rear window of vehicles.

  • I think if you have to travel a lot in the country or especially in the outback, it is a good thing to have in your car.

  • Good for camping trips

  • +2

    I use one of these to top up a 10k powerbank daily and it usually gives it %40 extra in 6hrs in the sun

  • I haven't use the Anker one but have used a CHOETEK 14W device bought in 2019. It was surprisingly good at charging up a battery park. Left hanging on my tent all day during Summer (so not perfectly angled for the moving sun and subject to some cloud) it was able to charge a 26,800mAh battery pack by 60-80%. This was a lot more than I expected, especially in sub-optimal conditions.

    Best way to use them is via a short cable into a battery pack so you don't need leave your phone or other devices plugged in all day.

    Given Anker is a better quality brand, it might perform even better

  • Thanks, OP. Just bought one, though i don't know is it really useful for me. but i like those charging gear

  • What do you use it for apart from charging your mobile battery backup?

    • Well.. you can use it to power most 5V USB devices.
      But yeah, charging a USB battery bank is pretty much the primary use case.

  • +1

    Found this in Amazon too, $5 more expensive(its $59.99) but 19W. Do you guys think this is better deal? Cheers!


    • +7

      "$5 more expensive"

      You just lost 99.9% of Ozbargain, and earned yourself some negs

      • +1

        ooops my bad lol

    • +2

      also 130g heavier if ur a hiker

  • F**k it, I bought one, should be useful for topping up the battery for my camp lights

  • +1

    Hi OP, any @AnkerDirect, any change for a 50% on the 21W panel.


    • Greetings, Currently there is no plan for the similar discount on the 21W solar charger. Thank you for your attention.

  • Deal. I paid 100$ and it works as advertised. This kept a power pack charged (about 50% out in the sun for 6-7hrs in smokey cond.) during NSW bushfires

    • Didnt think of the obvious "extended blackout" usefulness - good point

    • Holy smokes. $100 is a rip off. You can get > 100 w panels for that same price.

  • Anker 15W Dual USB Solar Charger $54.99 (Was $109.99)

    That is still a very steep price. RRP is out of this world.

    You can get similar panels for a way cheaper price…

    I'd buy this for the marketing.

  • Hi Rep,

    How about a deal on one of these?


  • Thanks OP, I always wanted to get one, bought one.

  • Thanks OP, bought one to use with my small fan during summer .. when it comes around next …

  • +2

    Anker's original price is grossly overpriced / non-competitive.

    $41 Seems to be 3 panels versus the 2 here. They claim 30W but that seems very inflated too.
    Anker's original price - if true - isn't even close to competitive with what's out there. I wouldn't let their discount suck me in.

    There are plenty of similar listings to this on ebay.

    • although a great deal of their products appear to be rebranded products from china, I've found that the brand does add some value as they have done the testing and value proposition to deem it decent or better than the market average. I'm certainly not against buying products otherwise unbranded but I have been stung majority of the time and just end up having to purchase the original item i was after anyway. I don't think it's worth the full RRP originally either but at a discount its at least comparable to other brands, with a bit of insurance on top

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