The powermonkey extreme houses a massive 9000mAh capacity Lithium Polymer battery and offers users real power in a compact, durable shell. The unit is capable of recharging most 5V devices, but it is the 2013 model that really pushes the boundaries. The powermonkey extreme is now capable of charging SLR camera batteries, portable DVD players and much more. The powermonkey extreme is ahead of its nearest competitors in terms of charging capabilities, whilst the kit remains lightweight and compact enough for even the most space-conscious traveller. The powermonkey extreme is capable of charging iPads and tablets too. The powermonkey extreme is waterproof for 30 minutes up to 1 metre and shock resistant. The powermonkey extreme can be recharged in three ways; via the universal mains charger, via the solar panel or via USB. The rugged, clam-shell design solar panel offers 3 Watt max output, allowing full recharge of the powermonkey extreme within 18-22 hours in optimum light conditions. The powermonkey extreme also has a solar energy detection feature which activates the incorporated state-of-the-art MPPT technology. Users can also simultaneously use the solar panel to charge the powermonkey extreme whilst it is charging their device. The solar panel can be attached to tents or rucksacks via the included Velcro strap. The solar panel can fully charge the powermonkey extreme in approx 18-22 hours. The unit has a very low static wastage (meaning you can leave it for up to 1 year and it will still hold 75% of its charge) and includes a whole host of safety features to give you total peace of mind.
In The Box
powermonkey extreme: battery unit and solar panel. 9 x mobile device tips including: Nokia (tail of DC cable), DC 2.0, mini USB, micro USB, Samsung, LG, Sony Ericsson, DC 4.0, Female USB to DC cable. USB charging cable. DC Connection cable. DC Connector tip "L53D". Female 12V in-car socket. Gorilla-pad connector. Universal AC mains charger