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8,000 mAh Power Bank with Solar Panels

Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars
8 Reviews



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  • Detachable solar panels​
  • Up to 3 phone charges​
  • Dual charging (2 x USB-A)​
  • Built-in LED torch​

Whilst traditional Power Banks can only charge your devices for an extended period, the Explorer utilises mother nature to recharge itself. 3 x highly efficient solar panels provide a complimentary power source that can charge the Power Bank, so you can charge your devices with nothing but a little help from mother nature.​


Battery Capacity


Battery Type: Lithium Polymer

Battery Cell: 2 x 4,000mAh / 3.7V

Input / Output

Solar Input: DC 5V 0.25A (Max/pc)

Micro-USB Input: 5V 2A (Max)

USB-A Output 1: 5V 2.1A (Max)

USB-A Output 2 : 5V 2.1A (Max)

Total Output: 5V/2.1A (Max)

Torch: 9pc LED

Model Number



155 x 81.50 x 15.50 (mm)

330 grams


Carry on Airplane

3 x Solar Panels (Detachable)

2 Years Warranty

Designed in Australia

Charging Time

Solar charge time: 20hrs

USB charge time: 5hrs



8,000 mAh Power Bank with Solar Panels

ChargeUp Explorer


USB Charging Ports



8 reviews
  • John M.
    Verified Buyer
    Rated 3 out of 5 stars
    3 Stars

    Good product, but Cygnett should make more clear that the solar panels take 15 - 20 hours to charge the battery.

    Good price, on sale.

  • Andrew
    Rated 4 out of 5 stars
    4 Stars

    Good product

  • Aroha M.
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    5 Stars

    Haven't used it yet, but good product so far

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What is a Power Bank?

Power Banks are portable batteries designed to charge a range of digital devices like phones, headphones, tablets and smartwatches. Like all of those devices, Power Banks come in a range of storage capacities (how much charge the battery can hold), connection types (such as USB-C and USB-A) and sizes.

How to charge a Power Bank?

As with many digital devices, Power Banks almost universally use USB cables to charge. To charge a Power Bank, you’ll need to connect it via its cable to a power supply or power outlet. The display on the Power Bank will indicate when it has reached its capacity. Likewise, the display will indicate when the Power Bank needs recharging.

Are Power Banks worth it?

Digital devices like smartphones and tablets are an integral part of our modern lifestyle, which means that it can be inconvenient when they run out of charge. Power Banks offer a portable solution, providing you with a way to charge devices regardless of your location. With many Power Banks able to charge devices multiple times over without having to access a power outlet, they are very much worth it.

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