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Brunton Ember Solar Rechargeable Battery

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Product Description

Brunton EMBER Power Pack 2800 mAh Rechargeable Battery and Solar Panel
Compact power storage reservoir with integrated solar panel, the Ember is optimized for handheld electronics like smart phones and MP3 players. Designed with the every-day user in mind, the Ember power pack is recharged from your home computer or from the integrated solar panel, but tucks easily away in a pack or pocket. You won’t notice it until you need it. Includes 3 in 1 USB cable.


  • Water resistant housing
  • 3 in 1 USB cable houses mini, micro and Apple connectors
  • Internal rechargeable lithium polymer battery
  • Compatible with Brunton SyncTech enabled headlamps and task lights
  • Power gauge and auto shut off
  • Battery storage: 2800mA
  • Output: 1000 mA/ 5v (USB 2.0 compatible)
  • 100 mA solar panel
  • 3.5x2.5x.75”
  • 5 oz
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  1. Love this little solar battery pack

    Posted by IdahoBowHunter on 4th Jun 2013

    I have been using/testing this brand new product from Brunton for the last couple of months and I love it. I am a video guy and backcountry hunter. So I am always packing 10lbs worth of batteries when I am taking off to go hunting/filming. This little solar rechargeable battery pack is awesome. Its the size of a pack of gum and super light as well. It packs enough juice off one full charge to fully charge 2 of my Canon T3i batteries. It also charges my iPhone5 extremely fast. It charges 1-2% battery life about every minute. So far it I have been super impressed with it. The only thing i wish was that they would put a connector point on the frame so you could hang it from the top of your pack or attach it somehow. As it is, you just have to lay it somewhere in direct sunlight and let it recharge. But for the size and weight its hard to beat.