Freeloader Pro is the ultimate, professional solar charger, capable of powering virtually every electrical device, including higher voltage, power hungry DVD players, camcorders and for the first time - digital cameras, SLR and video batteries.
The high power solar panels can charge the internal battery in 7-9 hours on a sunny day. The Freeloader Pro can then deliver enough power to give a mobile phone 70 hours of standby time, 5000 page turns on an eBook or a 100% full charge for a digital camera battery.
At the flick of the Multi Voltage switch you can go into “9.5v mode”, allowing you to charge the power-sapping devices previously untouched by solar chargers. The dedicated camera battery charger (CamCaddy) is another welcome addition to this awesome piece of kit.
The sleek and attractive “Power Halo” on the Freeloader Pro indicates how much power is in the battery with the push of a button.
Made in tough aluminium and finished in stylish piano black, Freeloader Pro is the perfect companion for adventure travellers, journalists, explorers, expeditions, the armed forces and anyone who demands the best!
CompatibilitySupplied with ten adaptors to fit the following:
About CamCaddyCamCaddy is a unique power cradle supplied with Freeloader Pro. CamCaddy accepts virtually every type of camera battery whether a simple compact digital camera, professional SLR or a video camera battery. CamCaddy suits all sizes of battery (3.2v to 7.9v) using its variable slider bar and adjustable contact pins.
Technical SpecsFreeloader Pro
Ethicalsuperstore.com product code: 201672
Shipping Weight: 424g
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anonymous asked this question on 5th Dec 2009
Q: Do the solar panels require assembly? It looks like they need to be taken apart to expose the solar panels.
A: Hi, the solar panels don't require assembly, but are designed to be moveable for spreading out to receive most sunlight and then storing away for maximum protection.
I hope this helps,
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