Monday, April 25, 2016

Nature power portable 40 watt solar panel review

Nature power portable 40 watt solar panel review


tiny house solar panel review
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 You have seen this product in many of our you tube videos and that's because we love it. Especially when we first started our tiny cabin/tiny house project and didn't have any electricity, we relied on products like these to get us by.
     Nature power has both a 40 watt and an 80 watt foldable panel, ours is the 40 watt. The panel is supper thin and the 5 sections fold together allowing for easy storage in most bags or to carry by its self.
     Its water Proof so that you don't have to worry about sitting it in a small puddle and has plug-and-play connectors to make it easy for any one to use.
     This solar panel is fully capable of charging phones, tablets, laptop computers and other small devices like e-cigarettes which I use a lot!!
     Now that our cabin is set up with solar power of its own, we no longer rely on it for life or death, but we still use it every time we go to the cabin. It also comes with us any time we go fishing, backpacking or camping to make sure our phones, GPS, and e-ciggs never die! (Maybe it is still life and death).
     We also use this in conjunction with a portable battery/fuel bank to insure multiple sources of power. We will do a review on the fuel bank in a future post. If you would like to see our progress on our tiny house (The Classy ShackClick HERE. Thanks again for reading and click the google followers button to your right to stay up to date with our tiny cabin project!

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