Best Solar Phone Chargers

Best Solar Phone Chargers

We’ve recently discovered the delights better known as solar phone chargers! Sure, a lot of solar-powered items have made it to the market in the last few years… but we’ve just now started noticing several kinds of affordable, efficient solar phone chargers on the shelves! It can take a while for fancy things like that to become accessible to the general public.

Solar Phone Chargers Solar Panel Capacity Key Features Ratings Preview & Purchase
WakaWaka Base 10 Kit 10w Monocrystalline cells
10,000 mAh battery capacity
2 LED lights (+ USB cables), Waterproof bag, & Water-resistant bumper included
Weighs about 4 pounds
4.9 out of 5

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BW Distributors SPC7k 1.5w Monocrystalline cell
7,000 mAh battery capacity
USB cable & carabiner included
Weighs about 8 ounces
4.8 out of 5

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Goal Zero Nomad 20 20w Monocrystalline cells
2,100 mAh output capacity
Weighs about 3 pounds
4.7 out of 5

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Renogy 14W E-Flex 14w Monocrystalline cells
2,100 mAh output capacity
Weighs about 2 pounds
4.6 out of 5

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ECEEN 10w 10w Monocrystalline cells
1,500 mAh output capacity
Weighs less than 2 pounds
4.5 out of 5

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ALLPOWERS 12W 12w Monocrystalline cells
1,500 mAh output capacity
Weighs less than 2 pounds
4.4 out of 5

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Koral 12W 12w Monocrystalline solar panels
10,400 mAh output capacity (Power bank built in)
Weighs less than 2 pounds
4.3 out of 5

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EnerPlex Kickr 4 6W 6w CIGS
1,200 mAh output capacity
Weighs less than 2 pounds
4.2 out of 5

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StrongVolt 12W 12w Monocrystalline panels
~1,500 mAh output capacity
Weighs less than 2 pounds
4.1 out of 5

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Wagan EL8323 5w or 10w High-efficiency solar panels
4,000 mAh Li-Polymer internal battery
Weighs less than 2 pounds
4.0 out of 5

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All humor aside, we’re excited to go over these options with you! We’ll be going over the general functionality of solar phone chargers as well as some key features to look for when it comes to selecting your own!

How Solar Phone Chargers Work

Since searching for superb solar phone chargers can get a little confusing, learning about how they work should make things easier! Once we have a better understanding of how these devices work in the first place, we can learn to overlook the sometimes unimpressive way small solar panels charge.

Solar phone chargers aren’t going to replace power cords completely (yet) but they’re good assistants!

These chargers generally work by absorbing sunlight and turning it into electrical energy.

We all knew that, probably. What most of us might not understand is how the absorbed sunlight becomes consumable energy.

  • Wattage is a measurement of electrical power
    • Wattage is extremely important to look at when searching for a powerful phone charger.
      • If you choose to sacrifice quality in any area of your search for the perfect solar phone charger, don’t sacrifice wattage and milliamp hours.

To understand how solar energy can provide electrical power to our phones, we must do a little math and research.

Climate averages should be taken into consideration. Wherever you think you might end up taking your solar phone charger, check out the climate. Check your home climate out too, if you’re not familiar with it yet. Knowing how many daylight hours you have to work with (on average) will help you get the most use out of your solar charger.

⇒ If you plan on using a solar phone charger while traveling, check out the weather forecast and the average hours of daylight in the area. (The time of year is likely to influence daylight hours as well). It’s also beneficial to look for chargers with protective cases! 

Most portable solar chargers need lengthy exposure to sunlight in order to function properly. Unless you buy a solar charger with an impressive internal battery (which can hold a charge) and case, you probably won’t find yourself charging your phone during a storm on a camping trip.

  • In most places, there will be more daylight (or sunlight) during the summer and less in the winter days. Here in America, we can enjoy anywhere between three and eight hours of sunshine each day (on average). There are some days we might only see one hour of sunshine.

→ Let’s briefly discuss the importance of voltage (V) and current (I) in electricity.

  • A current is basically the sum of electrons traveling through part of a conductor in one second. We measure currents in amperes (or amps).
  • Voltage is the amount of electrical pressure needed to allow a current to flow completely through a conductor. We measure voltage in volts.

→ You should be able to identify the voltage on your phone’s battery pretty easily. Many models will have such important information printed on one side of the battery.

The battery voltage in an iPhone SE and the Samsung Galaxy S5 is approximately 3.8V, to give you an example. You can test voltage yourself with a voltmeter, though, if you wish!

  • The obstruction of the flow of an electrical current is also known as resistance. Resistance is measured in ohms. (There’s not a lot of resistance in most wired chargers because they typically consist of conducting materials).

Now that we understand the terminology a little better, let’s get ready to discuss some possible calculations.

If you don’t know how to find out the amps or watts required for charging your battery, you can often search online for your model and its specifications. That will make it much simpler than trying to learn everything at once!

  • The battery life capacity of smartphones is generally measured in milliamp hours.

Many smartphones have Li-Polymer batteries that need to be charged fully before they’re ever used. The same goes for several Li-Polymer solar chargers. They’re pretty common lately because they’re powerful but they’re a bit more sensitive than Li-Ion batteries.

You can figure approximately how much energy your battery can store by multiplying the amp hours and the battery voltage together. The result should be the watts of power your battery can supply for an hour. (If it’s using all of its power).

  • One amp is equal to one thousand milliamps.
    • An iPhone SE has 1,642 mAh. That’s equal to a little over 1.6Ah. 
    • (A USB port with 2A would quickly charge a phone like this).
      • ( 1.6Ah × 3.8V = 6.08w ) ← That’s an easy way to calculate the minimum wattage you need your small solar panel to store.
      • ( Amp hours [current] × battery Voltage = watts )
        • Many models of chargers will also advertise the milliamp hour coverage, too, so you don’t have to calculate too much. More mAh means more charge for a longer amount of time.
        • Unless you don’t mind waiting a long time for a full charge, we don’t suggest grabbing low-watt solar phone chargers.
  • You can divide volts (V) by resistance (r) to get current (I) if you want to really get into calculating.
  • Remember to look into sunlight hours if you’re trying to get an idea of how much you’ll get out of your charger.
    • A 15w solar charging panel should transfer approximately 75w of energy over the span of 5 hours on a sunny, clear day.
      • If the sunlight average is lower, we’ll say 3 hours of daylight, that 15w charger would ideally transfer 45w of energy that day.
  • Knowing some of the math on all this will help you figure out whether or not you’d be able to charge any other devices as well!
    • If you total the sum of watts you’d need (to charge everything each day) and divide that number by the expected hours of daylight, you can determine the ideal wattage of a multi-purpose solar panel.
      • (Just remember to buy the appropriate connection cables!)

Now that we’ve figured out the wattage requirements for our own solar phone charger, let’s take some things into consideration.

Finding the Right Solar Phone Charger

When a certain model catches your eye, it’s always good to do some digging before you dish out your cash. When we were looking for the right solar phone chargers for us, we asked a bunch of questions and did a lot of research before deciding on a small list of ten.

Just think about what matters most to you. What do you expect out of a solar phone charger? If any questions pop into your head about a particular product, try to find an answer! The following are just some examples of the thought processes we used to find an ideal charger.

  • Where do you plan on using it?
    • Indoors or outdoors?
      • Do you plan on camping or hiking with one?
        • If so, will you need to purchase a waterproof case or does it come with weatherproof features? Will you need a shockproof case? Keep your lifestyle habits and environment in mind.
      • If you plan on using it inside, does it react to ambient light?
        • Can you use it in a window or on a table?
          • Some models are sensitive and can lightly charge in ambient lighting or in a windowsill. Others require direct exposure to sunlight.
  • Find out what it’s made of.
    • The main materials the charger consists of will not only affect the price but also the life expectancy of said charger!
      • Generally, it’ll be easy to find polycrystalline, monocrystalline, or CIGS panels.
        • Polycrystalline panels usually appear blueish. These are composed of several crystal boules (or ingots) that have formed into a growth. Despite there being many boules, the efficiency of these isn’t usually impressive. The efficiency of polycrystalline panels is closer to that of CIGS panels.
        • Monocrystalline panels are magnificent. Only one boule is necessary for these to function with impressive efficiency. Most monocrystalline models work better than polycrystalline or CIGS panels. They can be a bit pricier than the other two options and may weigh a little more than some of us would like, but the performance is worth it.
        • CIGS panels are affordable and flexible. These tend to catch many eyes because they seem so portable and handy. They can be, don’t get us wrong. If you just want to see how it is to use a solar phone charger, by all means, give CIGS panels a try! They just don’t tend to last as long as our other options do. They’re made of copper, indium, gallium, and selenide.
  • Is it easy to use?
    • If it doesn’t appear to be ready for use, are the instructions and manual easy to understand?
  • Do you need to purchase extra cords or accessories?
    • Make sure you don’t need to purchase a separate connecting cable.
    • Some models will be able to charge tablets and phones. Some can only handle one or the other.
  • Does it have an integrated battery?
    • Many fairly priced solar phone chargers do but it doesn’t necessarily make it the best for your buck.
      • If you’re taking it with you purely for backup in a sticky situation, these are pretty ideal. If you’re hoping to fully charge devices quickly, these are not ideal.
        • The main reason these might not provide the power you seek is because they’re generally the size of your phone or a little larger.
        • That usually means there aren’t many solar cells that can absorb a lot of power quickly.
        • If you’re good about keeping your devices from reaching 0%, including your solar charger, you can still benefit from this kind of power storage.
  • How bulky is it?
    • Do you need something with minimal extra weight or can you handle something a little more durable?
      • This could have been answered when you considered how you’ll be using your charger but it’s important enough to point out on its own… weight can make or break some things! (All puns intended).
  • How expensive (or affordable) is it?
    • If you’re sticking to a budget, try not to spend more than twenty or twenty-five dollars per watt on a panel. That’s on the high-end and if it’s a little too steep, look for panels you can pay fifteen dollars (or less) per watt for.

Top Ten Solar Phone Chargers of 2016

As we go through our list, we remind you that not all of these will have the same features. They will all be solar phone chargers but some may have battery integration. Some might be portable, larger, panels. Some may be case chargers.

The ones that have battery packs usually work best if you charge the banks fully before charging your device. (When you charge your device while the panel is charging, it takes much longer to get a full charge).

Many of these solar phone chargers will need to be repositioned as the sun position changes throughout the day for fast, efficient charging!

We’ll point out the most important qualities as we discuss each item, though.

WakaWaka Base 10 Solar Power & Light Kit
best solar phone chargers of 2016 wakawaka
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  • The WakaWaka Base 10 is an ideal starter kit for anyone new to solar charging.
    • The company name, WakaWaka, loosely means “shine” in Swahili.
    • If you aren’t comfortable buying a full kit, there are more affordable options with fewer features by the same company.
  • Included with your purchase should be two lights; one light is rechargeable through a USB port, one takes batteries.
    • As well as receiving two lights, you should get the 10w solar panel (which has four 2.5w monocrystalline cells), a battery pack with a water-resistant bumper (which acts like a case, sealing the ports), two cables, and a waterproof pouch to carry everything!
    • There are four 2.5w solar panels with high-efficiency. (Think 18-21% efficiency on average, which is very impressive).
    • The lights are perfect accessories for camping and emergency situations.
      • If you have them on the brightest setting, they’ll last a little over a day. If you use them on the lowest setting, you can get over 200 hours of use!
  • One of our favorite parts about this product, despite its efficiency, is the fact that you’re buying yourself a cool gadget and, through doing so, a solar light is donated to someone who doesn’t have the luxury of electricity.
    • Buy light for yourself, bestow light upon someone else. Pretty cool, huh? That also means the recipients are more likely to be able to study and work longer! You can usually select which area of the world to send your donation to but if you don’t, the donations usually go to areas affected by disasters or areas without electricity at all.
    • (Most of, if not all, the WakaWaka lights should be programmed with an SOS beacon).
  • The battery pack is controlled by one button and is capable of charging three USB devices at once.
    • We don’t recommend doing that on trips with limited electricity, but if you can easily recharge your battery pack, it’s a pretty handy feature.
    • When used properly, you should be able to fully charge a phone between six and twelve hours.
  • The most efficient way to get an impressive charge is to make sure you charge the battery pack fully before charging your mobile devices with it.
    • You can charge the battery pack with your own electricity if you don’t have much time to wait.
    • You should be able to get around five hundred charges out of the battery before, like most good batteries, it starts losing power steadily over time.
  • The Base 10 weighs a little over four pounds (backpackers, beware).
    • If you don’t care and want to backpack with it anyway, you could clip the solar panels to your bag to charge while hiking.
    • We love this feature! When you love hiking, it’s awesome to be able to charge stuff and walk at the same time.
    • Just don’t forget to bring the waterproof bag in case things get a little too wet!

BW Distributors SPC7k
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  • The SPC7k is super portable, weighing around eight ounces.
  • The solar panel is composed of a monocrystalline cell capable of absorbing 1.5w of power at once.
    • It features a built-in LED light.
    • This is a solar charging battery pack, which means it is best used by charging the battery before charging any devices.
      • It might also need recharging with a USB cable once depleted if you need to use it again for a full-charge soon.
        • Recharging the battery itself can take about eight hours.
      • It isn’t quite powerful enough to charge itself and a device at the same time, so flip the solar cells face down if you’re charging a device with it in the sun.
    • A carabiner and USB cable should be included with your purchase.
  • The battery bank should be dust and waterproof!
    • So long as you’re not trying to toss it in a lake or bury it in sand, it should hold up nicely in less-than-perfect conditions.
    • The ports are sealed by a rubber bumper but they’re still easily accessible.
    • The SPC7k is pretty durable.
      • A few accidental drops shouldn’t harm it.
  • For such a fair price, this is definitely one of the better deals on the market.
    • Just remember, it’s small, so it isn’t meant to power a bunch of items quickly, just one or two before it needs recharging itself.
      • If you run a lot of errands or find yourself walking outside a lot (and also have a phone that needs frequent recharging), the SPC7k could save you the hassle of dragging wires everywhere you go!

Goal Zero Nomad 20
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  • Though this isn’t a full kit, this Goal Zero solar panel is spectacular.
    • The solar panel’s maximum capacity is 20w and features monocrystalline cells.
    • Though no battery packs come with this purchase, you should be able to plug your smartphone directly into the panel via a 5v/2A USB port.
    • The charge time is actually stunning, it works faster than many of the other models on our list. In ideal conditions, smartphones can often charge in less than two hours.
  • Since the cells can absorb 15-20w of energy, you won’t need to carry anything other than an appropriate USB cable, your device, and the solar panel to keep a device charged on a backpacking trip.
    • The Nomad 20 should weigh around three pounds.
    • You should be able to clip the panels to a tent or bag if you have your own carabiner or ties!
    • When it’s folded, it’s easily transportable. Like many similar panels, it might be a little distracting if you walk with it open. (It’s long!)
  • The Nomad 20 is not waterproof or anything special like that.
    • It is slightly weatherproof but it is not, by any means, meant to be left outside in a storm.
  • There are cheaper, less efficient options on the market by Goal Zero. We considered discussing one of them instead,but this one, in particular, surpassed all of our solar phone charging expectations.
    • Since it features monocrystalline cells, this panel should last more than a year with few, if any, issues.
    • If you do choose to use a battery pack with the Nomad 20, you will be able to charge more devices without worry about the weather. This is definitely a model worth researching further if the price discourages you.
      • (In a few days, with ideal weather, this solar charger could help power a small generator).
    • We do recommend purchasing a 12v adapter if you don’t want a slow charge.

Renogy 14W E-Flex
best solar phone chargers of 2016 renogy

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  • The Renogy E-Flex features monocrystalline cells that can absorb 14w of solar energy.
    • There are four individual panels capable of absorbing 3.5w of sunlight each.
    • You can easily carry this with you (or store it) because it comes in a pouch that’s foldable!
      • It’s less than ten inches long when it’s folded.
      • There are also loops in the material for easy hanging.
  • This is a fairly priced solar phone charger.
    • If you have your own USB cords for your devices, you should be good to go!
    • As with some of the other panel-only models, you may wish to purchase a battery pack to boost your charging capabilities.
      • Since we were looking for solar phone chargers, we’re only concerned with its ability to charge phones in direct sunlight. Our needs were met in that category.
      • Using a battery pack may also increase your chances of successful charging during less-than-perfect sunlight.
  • Many people have pointed out the fact that, if you’re unwilling to spend the extra cash on a Goal Zero panel, Renogy is a noteworthy competitor.
    • It’s affordable and efficient!
      • The charging times will vary depending on levels of sunlight but the cells are usually 17-18% efficient.
  • It does feature a port for USB connectivity.
  • The E-Flex’s fabric is water-resistant; just don’t dip it in the river!
    • It should weigh around two pounds.
    • It should be able to handle chilly and hot days with ease.

best solar phone chargers of 2016 eceen 10w
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  • This ECEEN is efficient and totally transportable.
    • It comes equipped with two solar panels made of monocrystalline cells and should weigh less than two pounds.
    • Your purchase should include four carabiners, a micro USB cable, an instruction manual, and the solar panel (which is also foldable).
    • It’s also inexpensive, considering its power.
    • It has zippers. You can store one or two small items in the external, zippable pouch easily.
  • If you’re mainly looking for a solar phone charger or a charger for a portable music device, the ECEEN 10w is a suitable choice for a first-time purchase.
    • The voltage is regulated to help prevent dangerous accidents from overexposure. We cannot remind everyone enough that it is extremely unwise to leave other electronics in direct sunlight for extended periods of time.
      • If you want to damage your device, go for it! If not, please power up properly.
  • You may connect it to a power bank if you need to use the energy later.

best solar phone chargers of 2016 allpowers 12w
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  • The ALLPOWERS 12w solar phone charger features technology that automatically adjusts voltage and current to ensure an admirable amount of amperage output.
    • This is called iSolar and Fast Charging Technology.
  • The manufacturer advertises that the panels are monocrystalline PET-type cells.
    • Throughout this review, we’ve noticed many have color traits similar to polycrystalline, instead. We don’t have the equipment to test each cell, we rely on the manufacturer’s word, but we assume this might be worth pointing out to the unsuspecting buyer.
    • Polycrystalline cells are still effective, they just don’t do very well in high heat. (They’re also known to have a blue hue).
  • Included with your purchase should be a carabiner, a USB cord, an instruction manual, and the solar charger.
  • This solar phone charger should weigh less than two pounds.
  • There are many other sizes available by ALLPOWERS if 12w isn’t quite enough capacity for your needs. (We stumbled across a 60w model).

Koral 12W
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  • The Koral 12w portable solar charger is affordable and powerful.
    • It has a power bank built in, capable of pushing 10,400 mAh!
  • The solar panels are PET laminated.
    • That abbreviation stands for polyethylene terephthalate. It’s a plastic resin type of polyester.
    • This helps the Koral 12w become weather resistant and able to withstand a few bumps and scratches.
    • It is easily storable since it is able to be folded.
  • If you’re worried about overcharging your phone, don’t be. The Koral 12w features intelligent technology to help prevent such catastrophes. (Just don’t leave your phone in the sun all day, too!)
  • We love the fact that this is a 12w panel with an integrated battery. It doesn’t seem as durable as some of our other options, but it’s definitely inexpensive. It also does exactly what it should, so it’s worth each penny spent.

EnerPlex Kickr 4 6W
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  • The Kicker 4’s solar panels are composed of CIGS. (Copper, indium, gallium, selenide).
    • That means this pup can get very warm and can be weather-sensitive; it’s budget-friendly if you need a solar phone charger as soon as possible!
      • Though weather-sensitive, it shouldn’t be damaged by light, accidental drops, bumps, or scratches.
    • It is more likely to draw sunlight indirectly due to this material and is also more flexible than most of our other choices.
  • The Kicker IV should weigh less than one pound with nothing attached, which makes it ideal for backpacking or hanging on a lightweight tent.
    • It’s a little over two feet long when it’s unfolded and less than ten inches long when it’s folded.
  • It is capable of absorbing approximately 6w at a time. Many lower-tech cell phones can charge incredibly fast with this. Even smartphones should be able to charge in about 2 or 3 hours with the appropriate sunlight and weather.
    • There are four panels with about 1.5w capacity each.
  • You should be able to charge most USB devices with this EnerPlex.
  • Fun fact: this solar charger was originally designed for military use! It has to be pretty dependable in that case!

StrongVolt 12W
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  • The StrongVolt Solar 12’s solar cells are of the monocrystalline type.
    • This is a 12w solar panel with the ability to charge many smartphones in less than 3 hours in ideal conditions.
    • At most, it should be able to charge at 1,700 mAh.
  • It doesn’t quite reach two feet in length when it’s unfolded and it doesn’t reach two pounds in weight.
  • With SunTrack Technology, you don’t have to obsess over whether or not that cloud passing by made your phone (or the panels) stop charging.
    • It’ll automatically resume charging when it is exposed to the right amount of sunlight.
  • If you have a device that is charged by USB cords, you should be able to charge it with the Solar:12.
  • If you don’t like keeping up with the location of the sun, it would be wise to purchase a battery pack to integrate with this solar phone charger. Otherwise, it’s great and lightweight!

Wagan EL8323
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  • The Solar e Charger Solo is the last solar phone charger on our list.
    • It’s not going to break the bank and it will deliver enough power for emergencies or frequent travelers.
    • It has an internal lithium battery, capable of 4,000 mAh.
      • You can easily charge the battery via USB or solar energy.
    • If you’re willing to adjust its positioning based on the Sun’s location, you should be able to charge its internal battery (when low) in less than 20 hours.
  • It’s one of our smallest options, measuring 5″ × 2 ¾” × 5″. This means it’s extremely easy to travel with!
  • If you haven’t noticed, just by looking at the pictures, there is USB input and micro-USB output built into the charger. (They’re the green strips on the side!) We like this sleek feature.
    • Each USB cord should be less than four inches in length.
  • We couldn’t find specific information about the solar cell composition, but the words “high-efficiency” were used often in each description we read. We assume it’s a tiny, monocrystalline cell but we cannot verify this information at this time.

Our Favorite 3 Solar Phone Chargers

Now that we’ve taken a look at all of these options, let’s discuss some final facts.

It has become quite obvious, throughout this research, that it’s extremely difficult to judge solar chargers by their panels. If you want to get the most for your money, you’ll likely need to reposition the panels as the sun position changes. If you simply aren’t okay with that, you may wish to look into purchasing more expensive equipment that is more sensitive to solar rays.

We’ve also learned that solar efficiency of 13-21% is ideal. After seeing the efficiency of similar products (that are less than a decade old), those numbers are wonderful to read. When you get down to it and sort the math out, you’ll easily see why that is feasible.

We would also like to reiterate the importance of daylight/sunlight hours and climate. Some models cannot function in low or high temperatures due to their materials; be sure to read the instruction manual before purchasing whenever possible.

Weight is also a lot more important than we realized. We’re sure most experienced backpackers saw some of the weights on these panels and said “no way.” They’re smart in doing so, too! Carrying extra weight, especially more than one or two pounds, can really become a hassle as well as a literal pain.

Keep your body, your needs, your expectations, and your budget in mind before buying the first solar phone charger you see. While many people prefer integrated batteries, we do not, but we did try to play fair and mention a few chargers with battery packs! (We did our best to find different brands and models to more easily please various preferences).

When it came to selecting our favorite three, it was tough… but here are our personal favorites:

  1. Renogy 14W E-Flex
     The E-Flex is our top choice due to its affordability and efficiency. Compared to most of our other choices, it seems to be the most capable of satisfying a great variety of needs. It doesn’t feature a battery pack, and we’re totally okay with that. We were looking for the best solar phone chargers, after all, and this is the best, basic option for that on our list!
  2. WakaWaka Base 10 Kit
    We love the WakaWaka Base 10 Kit because it’s versatile as well as an assistant to a greater good. If you missed the notice, when you buy a unit from WakaWaka, a solar-powered light is donated to someone. The recipients of this donation are usually refugees or people simply without the comfort of electricity. Over one million WakaWaka lights have been donated so far. We are also pleased with the fact that we received two LED lights, a water-resistant bumper, and a waterproof bag with our purchase. (As well as our solar panel). For anyone new to the world of solar energy, something like this is a great starter kit.
  3. ECEEN 10w
    The ECEEN 10w is also a handy starter kit for anyone without an idea of where to start. It’s budget-friendly, comes with a zipping case and four carabiners, and is very lightweight. It shouldn’t weigh more than two pounds, which means it’s easy to backpack with! There’s a tiny pouch you can store your smartphone in, which we love, too! If you have enough patience to allow the weather to do as it pleases, this ECEEN is a good deal. If you can’t stand waiting, you may wish to keep shopping.

Thank you for taking the time to learn about solar phone chargers with us! Regardless of whether or not you buy any of the suggestions on our list, we hope you’ve found some (or all) of this information to be helpful! Happy shopping!

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