Deal: Grab the solar-powered 20,000 mAh ZeroLemon battery pack for 50% off



The sun is full of unlimited free energy. Our phones are full of batteries that don’t last nearly as long as we’d like. What if you could solve that problem with the sun? Thanks to ZeroLemon you can. Thanks, you can for only $49.99.

ZeroLemon’s SolarJuice portable battery pack features 20,000mAh of portable power. That’s enough to charge even the biggest Android batteries 4 or 5 times over before needing to locate a power outlet. Actually, you won’t even need to find a power outlet because, as its name implies, the SolarJuice battery pack features a 1.2W monocrystalline solar panel for charging using the nature power of the sun.

The SolarJuice battery offers dual charging ports for simultaneous use with multiple devices, features indicator LEDs for keeping track of how much charge is left, and even includes an LED flashlight. But if that wasn’t enough, this battery pack also features bombproof design with resistance to shock and water.

It’s no wonder ZeroLemon normally charges $100 for the SolarJuice, but you can take advantage of 50% off through now for the next five days. It’s the perfect companion for your next camping or hiking trip.

Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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  1. None of these are deals if you shop constantly on amazon

    1. This battery is currently $80 on Amazon, so this sounds like a good deal to me.

      1. They may be priced higher on Amazon but at least they’ll work kinda well. I’ve seen people comment that this discounted solar battery packs and/or the ones on Androidarea charge so slowly you might as well not buy it.

        Bought the Limefuel 20000mAh battery pack and wasn’t very impressed with its actual charging performance either. Androidarea advertises mediocre/bad quality stuff in general.

        1. I have nothing to say one way or another about past AndroidArea offerenings, but the Amazon ratings for this battery are overwhelmingly positive with 128 reviews. The battery won’t perform any differently when purchased from AndroidArea than it will if purchased Amazon.


  3. I love chargers and solar stuff. This looks like a good deal. Just be aware of what you are getting. It would take a 1.2W panel ~100 hours of direct sunlight to charge a 20,000mah battery. Plugging it into a wall you get ~ 10W (5v x 2a) and would charge from dead to full in about 10 hours.

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