• Solar PowerBank 2000 mAh
  • Solar PowerBank 2000 mAh

    Replaced by Solar Powerbank 6000 mAh.

    This product has been discontinued
    Item no.: 420-14
    EAN: 5705730420146

    Sandberg Solar PowerBank is a portable battery which is charged via a USB port or the built-in solar cells. It can then transfer the power to a mobile phone or other mobile device. With a fully charged Solar PowerBank in your bag, you can ensure that you will always be able to charge your devices anywhere anytime – without having to depend on a power socket. Look forward to a future without dead batteries!

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    • Daniweb says:
      »Hits all the right buttons: small, light, powerful and efficient. Rating: 9 / 10.«
    • GadgetGear says:
      »The solar cells are so strong, that this is the first real usable solar cell battery we have tried.«
    • Nettips says:
      »The design of the battery is cleverly thought out. Handy to hold, and to keep in your pocket or purse.«


    The measurements refer to the product and packaging respectively.
    Product Package
    Height: - cm 22.00 cm
    Width: - cm 10.50 cm
    Depth: - cm 2.70 cm
    Weight: - g 200 g
    • 1 Sandberg Solar Power Bank 2000 mAh
    • 1 Micro USB - USB cable
    • 1 User guide
    • Capacity: 2000 mAh
    • Input voltage: 5 V
    • Output voltage: 5 V
    • Input current: 500 mA
    • Output current: 1000 mA
    • Connectors: 1 x Micro USB female, 1 USB A female
    • MonoSolar panel: 5.5 V / 100 mA
    • Charging time: 4-5 hours by USB / 22-24 hours by solar cells

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    • Why does my Solar Powerbank charge so slowly when I charge with sunlight alone?
      You benefit most from Solar Powerbank if you mainly charge with the USB cable and only use the solar cells to top up en route. If you have to charge PowerBank from completely empty to completely full with light alone this requires up to 24 hours of continuous direct sunlight at a 90° angle on the solar cells.