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Using the Voltaic Solar Battery Charger to Connect


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Having a charged phone is one of the most important things we can do to keep connected to family and friends. When the electricity is on and life is normal, it’s an easy thing to simply plug our phone into the wall charger. But when the weather turns bad or the power goes off, it is a much more difficult thing to stay connected. That’s where a Voltaic Solar Battery Charger could be the perfect solution.


Using the Voltaic Solar Battery Charger to Connect

We have had 2 significant ice storms in Kentucky in the past 10 years. After experiencing those ice storms and countless other winter storms that impacted our electricity, we now make specific plans to keep our family warm and connected. One of the things we do to prepare is make sure we have a plan in place to keep our phones charged so we can connect with family during weather related situations.

In the past when we lost electricity, we have gone out to the car and charged our phones. That has never been an ideal situation but it was the only option we had. But this year, we have the phone charging situation covered.

Whether you are getting prepped for winter weather emergencies, or planning a camping trip out with the family, a solar battery charger may be the solution for you.

About the Voltaic Solar Battery Charge

The Voltaic Solar Battery charger is a compact zip pouch with solar panels on each side. You can set it out in direct sunlight where it will reach a full charge in 3 hours. The solar panels will charge a battery pack that you can then use to charge your phone and small electronic devices.


The charger will still work on cloudy days, but it will take longer. If you know that there is a weather system coming in but you still have electricity in your home, you can hook up the battery pack directly to your computer.


I love the size and versatility of this Voltaic Solar Power Charger. Having this in my emergency kit gives me peace of mind that we can stay connected with family and friends even if the electricity goes out and we can’t charge our phone using the traditional cords.


The Amp Solar Charger is a compact solar powered charger that carries four times the power and twice the battery storage of most solar chargers on the market. Designed as a universal charger for thousands of compatible devices, you need never to be without power again. Two 2.0 watt solar panels generate power in sunlight, and are waterproof, lightweight, and built to last. The V15 Universal USB Battery can be charged in the sun or using the USB power cable, optional AC travel charger, or DC car charger, making it just as useful on the grid as off. A full charge will give you up to 14 hours of talk time or 68 hours of music playback!

You can also find a wide range of Solar Battery Charger on Amazon.com.

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  1. I bought one of these for my son who is in the Marines boot camp and it will be great for all our service men and women to have this, because they will not always have access to power!!!!

  2. TONS of candles and as many rechargeable batteries as possible keep us prepared. A portable generator is next!

  3. Being a Super Storm Sandy survivor, we try to keep a small stock pile of extra batteries, water, and food that doesn’t require cooking, such as granola. However, it can get expensive, so its great to see a product like this that requires solar power!

  4. We have plenty of extra food canned. We have a propane heater for heat if the electric goes out (without an electric fan).

  5. I keep a basket with supplies, batteries, candles, matches, flashlights and a battery powered lantern, just in case the power goes out.

  6. Well, if it was in the winter, we would have problems! We do have battery operated radio and extra water on hand, but really need to prepare more than we do!

  7. We have candles and flashlights in easy to find locations. We keep our camping gear/supply box handy and always have propane in the grill tank. We have wood handy for the fireplace in the winter.

  8. i’m never prepared for power outages, I have candles and matches but other than that i’m not prepared

  9. I have kerocyn lanterns, and a few LED lanterns. I also have a fireplace which helps keep us cozy. However, there are still a zillion things I should do that I have not yet.

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