SUNNYBAG’s Leaf PRO foldable solar charger technology, outlined at Showstopper’s “Overcoming Cabin Fever” virtual product event last week, uses the company’s solar power technology in the form of 80 laser-cut microcells, which accounts for its flexibility and malleability.
SUNNYBAG’s SUNPOWER cells have 22.4 percent efficiency and ensure that every end device is optimally supplied with solar energy, the company says.
To guarantee quality assurance, SUNNYBAG tests and certifies every solar panel before shipping with a certificate that shows that the panel has achieved the specified performance.
With 7.5 Watts of power, this solar charger was designed for outdoor activities such as hiking, climbing, skiing or cycling – and it ticks all the boxes: ultra-light, thin and flexible, waterproof and scratch-resistant. It is also easy to attach to any backpack with the supplied fastening gear, says the company.
The product, according to the company, meets its own set standard of supplying a mobile and eco-friendly energy supply to customers by converting solar into electric energy. Mobile devices such as smartphones, powerbanks, drones, and GPS devices can be connected and charged via the USB port. In direct sunlight and with perfect alignment to the sun, smartphones can be fully charged in two to three hours, depending on the model, says SUNNYBAG.