Sunjack Portable Solar Charger

Posted By on September 19, 2017

By: Ben Moody (18)

Ben Moody’s Sunjack Portable Solar Charger from Gigawatt open for charging.

The importance of electronics in our daily lives has risen considerably in the past decade. In the shooting world, much of our equipment is now battery powered. Everyone has a cellphone and some ranges even use tablets for score keeping. How do you keep everything working at the range when heavy use drains your battery? The Sunjack Portable Solar Charger from Gigawatt is a great solution. Made to be compact and practical the Sunjack is useful in a wide variety of situations. In the precision, long-range discipline many shooters use a ballistic calculator on their phone or tablet to calculate their long range shots. Several matches involve hiking five miles from the truck with no way to charge your phone. The Sunjack folds out into four panels about twenty-six inches long and has clips at one end. The clips, chord, and battery zip into a mesh pocket on the back of the panels. The pocket is big enough for most smart phones as well. The best way to utilize the Sunjack system is to clip the package to your backpack while you’re walking or waiting to shoot. On a clear day, the external battery will charge in as little as five hours. The battery can fully charge up to four devices or sustain one device for an extended period. There is even a built in LED which can be used as a flashlight; very useful at night. The Sun Jack is the best way to keep all your devices running on the range or while traveling in remote areas. The Sunjack Portable Solar Charger is one piece of equipment which has become a staple in my pack. I would like to thank Junior Shooters Magazine and Deep Creek Public Relations for the opportunity to test this great piece of equipment.

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