We unboxed, compared, and reviewed each of these 3 chargers from both X-DNENG and LICORNE. Each of them offering a different capacity of power storage for on the go usage such as business, camping, hiking, travel, etc. Each one of them are very well made, ruggedized, and work as advertised. You can charge them either via the included USB cable or via the suns solar rays.
The X-DNENG 10000mAh solar charger allowed me to charge my cell phone a total of just under 3 times from under 10% to 100% each time. A definite powerhorse of a charger for on the go. I feel that it would be great for business people, as it’s not too heavy and could easily be carried in your pocket or purse. It’s also great because it closes like a small PDA so you won’t scratch the solar panels while in your pocket. Not that it would really affect usage, but I like the design. It also has a built-in super bright LED light as well as a lighted power gauge so you know how much power is left in the unit.
The X-DNENG 15000mAh solar powered charger offers even longer usage. I was able to charge my mobile phone twice as well as my full-sized iPad one and a half times using this charger. Again, like the previous unit, you can refill it via USB or via the solar panels using the suns rays. Who doesn’t love free charging power. Great on the go, I would recommend this one more for travelers or for those who maybe only want to refill it every few days. It took about 2 days of sun to fully recharge the unit. It’s ruggedized case means it can stand up to moderate abuse. The built in light is super bright, and you can clip the unit to your backpack as well with the included carabiner clip. The lighted power gauge is awesome so you know how much power is left in the charger.
Lastly, the 24000mAh solar powered device charger from Licorne is a total beast. I was able to charge my cell phone 5 times using it and it still had enough juice to operate the flash light on it. This solar powered charger would be great for camping, hiking, travel. If you need portable USB charging power for several days where there will not be any power, this is the charger that you want to have with you. You can recharge it via USB using a wall outlet, or you can use the solar panels to harness the power of the sun as well. This one will offer the most charging capability in between refills, however you have to realize it’s also the heaviest of the three. It’s still light enough to put in your pocket, but may be better suited to hang off your backpack using the included carabiner clip. A solid choice overall.
I hope you found this review useful. All three are excellent solar powered chargers. Each one offering power limits for different types of users. You can check out all three of them via the links above. They are all available on Amazon at pretty decent prices ranging from $21 up to $47. Much more affordable than ones I’ve seen at the big retail stores. Better quality I think overall as well. Thanks for visiting. 🙂