Flip 24 Power Bank

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Product Description

Flip 24 Portable Power Bank is a stylish power solution for anyone who needs to keep their gear going when they’re out or off the grid for a long weekend. 

Optimized to charge from Goal Zero’s Nomad Solar Panels or any USB port. Flip-out USB tip is built-in for easy charging, no lost cables!

Features

Pocket-Friendly, Power-Ready
At 6,700mAh, Flip 24 gives about two recharges on most phones and can even boost a tablet in a pinch. It’s the perfect size for any backpack, purse, or carry-on.

Easy-to-Use
No on/off buttons to mess with, simply plug in your cable and charge up.

Get up, Get Out, Stay Powered
Know before you go with a handy, easy-to-read battery indicator. Includes a built-in flip-out USB tip for easy recharging.

CHARGE TIMES
  • USB Power Source: 4 Hours
  • Nomad 5 Solar Panel: 8-10 Hours
  • Nomad 7 Solar Panel: 5-10 Hours

Specs

 

  • USB Port (output): 5V, up to 2.1A (10.5W max), regulated
  • USB Port (input): 5V, up to 2.1A (10.5W max)
  • Weight: 4.6 oz
  • Dimensions: 9.4 x 4.1 x 2.1 cm
  • Operating Usage Temp: 0-40 C

 

What's Included

  • Flip 24 Recharger

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