The PowerKeep® Wanderer is a lightweight, durable pack that not only hauls your gear, but is also capable of charging mobile electronic devices anywhere adventure awaits. Perfect for hiking, biking or fishing, this rugged daypack is equipped with plenty of pockets for maps, licenses or other documents, water bottle sleeves and sizable compartments for any other outdoor gear. The durable, solar-integrated daypack incorporates our innovative power bank right into the pack, keeping mobile electronic devices charged, wherever your adventure takes you.
Features: Includes backpack, power bank, solar panel and micro-USB cable Padded and adjustable shoulder and chest straps Hydration compatible with interior hydration pocket (reservoir and drinking hose not included), charging pass-through and many interior pockets Removable solar panel is durable, flexible and lightweight, unlike conventional solar panels Convenient pocket on the back of the solar panel secures power bank and cable Power bank is equipped with: Detachable, built-in charging cable 2 output ports LED power indicator Short-circuit and over-charging protection for your portable device PK10K power bank can be charged from the sun, AC or any USB charging port and used to power portable electronics such as smartphones, tablets, speakers, etc
Specifications Backpack capacity: 30 L Backpack (LxWxH): 490 x 340 x 180 mm (19.3 x 13.4 x 7.1 in) PK10K power bank (LxWxH): 147 x 76 x 15 mm (5.78 x 2.9 x 0.59 in)
Weight Backpack + PK10K power bank: 1569 g (3.459 lb)
Solar Panel Solar Power: 3 W regulated Output: 5 V, 0.6 A
PK10K Power Bank Battery capacity: 3.7V/10000mAh; 37Wh Battery cell type: Lithium Polymer Input/recharge port: 5V/2.0A, micro-USB Output ports: Dual 5V/2A per port, 2.4A combined. USB-A Color: Black USB charge: PK10K is fully charged in 6.7 hours @ 2A Solar charge: PK10K is fully charged in 10-20 hours* Time to charge smartphone from PK10K (avg): 2.5 hours** Time to charge tablet from PK10K avg): 4 hours** Smartphone charges (avg): 4** Tablet charges (avg): 1* *Solar charge time is dependent on angle and intensity of the sun. **Results vary depending on model and device type.