Fuse10W Solar Laptop Charger

July 2, 2019

this is a fuse 10w solar laptop charger and it's designed to charge laptops as well as all sorts of other handheld electronics on the outside you have three Super touch panels collectively these put out 10 watts which means if you have an efficient laptop an hour in the Sun will give you anywhere from 25 to 30 minutes of runtime on that laptop so let's look inside but inside the panel's charge up this 60 watt hour battery you can charge this battery from the panels or the AC charger that's included with the fuse in once charged this will probably if you have an efficient laptop probably more than double the runtime on the laptop they'll charge your iPad or tablet between one and a half and two times and it'll charge a smartphone about eight times so it's a pretty good capacity battery let's take it out to show you how you would charge your device so if you have a PC or some sort of another non Apple laptop we use 10 W will come with a whole laptop adapter set so it looks something like this and you'd plug this into the battery this into your laptop and it'll charge your laptop if you have a MacBook we have a solution for you you can use this car charger socket that's optional and then you can get the airline adapter from Apple plug the airline adapter into the car charger socket and connect that to your macbook for all other devices like an iPad or other question charge off of USB there's a USB port here and so you connect the USB cable that comes with your device or we also again have optional adapters here Tiffani's adapted to the side but the basic idea that you can pretty much connect to any electronics that you need to connect to the front section there is storage area for electronics and then I can fit my laptop here so it's kind of a modest size laptop or an iPad you can fit it here if it's like a big 15-inch or a you know 17 inch it's not going to fit in here though let's close this up now what's interesting about the fuse is that it's designed to attach to other objects so you can connect it to your favorite technical backpack or just about any other object so on the back section we have this strapping system and it comes with both one it there are three quarter inch and one-inch buckles let me show you an example how this works so these buckles right here you can attach this onto your bag or tent and then this on the fuse would clip right in like that same thing on the bottom here's one inch buckles you can clip that on to your tent or bike rack or panniers and then clip the fuse in so this is very flexible we have it set up for one way that you might want to attach it to your backpack but you can experiment and use and you know catch it a ton of different ways so that's the array solar charger it's designed to charge laptops it has 10 watts of power on the outside and a BP 60 watt hour battery on the inside

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  • Reply Pentagon1337 July 2, 2019 at 8:35 am

    Does the solar panel charge in cloudy weather too? If so, how much?

  • Reply NEVproductions2012 July 2, 2019 at 8:35 am

    Instead of just saying, "others for cheaper ,$150 and more portable." you could be helpful and refer people to those products.  Actually, I have been doing a ton of research on portable solar for a backpacking trip and this seems like a pretty good deal.  While you can find 10 or even 15 watt, portable panels for $150… they don't charge laptops, they don't come with an external battery or nearly the amount of accessories.  They also weigh a few pounds more which is important.  Those are for smaller devices.  If you want to add an external battery (necessary for laptops) it still costs you at least another $100 or more.  Comparable systems are actually more expensive because you have to buy all that individually.  The cost is a little on the high-side, but you're getting a full system.  For someone like myself who needs power for a laptop, it's well worth it.  Now all that remains to be seen is if it can stand up to a hike across country ;).             

  • Reply bondasfaq July 2, 2019 at 8:35 am

    10watt solar panel will take million years to fully charge the battery

  • Reply nicholas Moore July 2, 2019 at 8:35 am

    “ how much solar laptop charger

  • Reply AbdelRahman Ali July 2, 2019 at 8:35 am

    Pathetic, I used to know that Solar energy is a renewable cheaper energy than other. In contrast, why a bag costs 350$ with complex technology? It's the same price of other tablets and laptops.

  • Reply Michael Mazulis July 2, 2019 at 8:35 am

    Great video!

  • Reply Dan B July 2, 2019 at 8:35 am

    $339? Id laugh my ass off for hours.

  • Reply thatbme35 July 2, 2019 at 8:35 am

    others for cheaper ,$150 and more portable.

  • Reply Francesco Barbieri July 2, 2019 at 8:35 am

    Geek survival bag 😀

  • Reply psyborg303 July 2, 2019 at 8:35 am

    i wish i had one of these but 300$ is a little out of my range of disposable income :/

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