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Brunton Bump Power Pack with Apple Connector

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Product Information:

Keep your handheld devices powered at all times with the Brunton® Bump Power Pack with Apple™ Connector. This handy hybrid power pack powers up using an internal rechargeable lithium polymer battery or 50mA solar panel, so it's ready to charge up your smart phone or MP3 player any time. Weighing less than an ounce, it's compact and lightweight enough to take anywhere - simply put it on your keychain or in your pocket for power on the go!

  • Apple™ connector
  • Hybrid power pack charges your handheld electronics on the go
  • Internal rechargeable lithium polymer battery
  • 50mA solar panel
  • Water-resistant housing
  • Power gauge and auto shut off
  • Battery storage: 550 mA
  • Output: 1000mA/5V
  • Compact and lightweight; perfect for a keychain
  • Size: 2.1" x 1.5" x 0.5"
  • Weight: Less than 1 oz
  • Model #: BUMP-APL
  • Brunton
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 15519306

Customer Reviews:

Brunton Bump Power Pack with Apple Connector 2 5 4 4
Power Pack for Apple Tried numberous times and ways but it did not give my I-phone an adequate charge. Also power pack is only set up for 5s. Thus also had to buy an adaptor from Amazon July 16, 2014
Nice product Pretty simple to use. Not a lot of reserve power but enough to get you a little extra talk time. February 16, 2014
solar charger Does not work. Dont waste the money. Is not strong enough to charge cell phone. September 15, 2013
just ok I bought it thinking you could charge it up then plug it in to my phone to recharge it, but you have to keep it and your phone in the sun for it to work June 11, 2013
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