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March 07, 2018

PackLite Hero Supercharger New Features

Powered by Adventure

After the standout success of the PackLite Max Phone Charger, we knew there was room in the PackLine for another phone charger. The new PackLite Hero is inspired by the feedback we've had from customers pushing their adventures to the next level. Your adventures are longer, further, and more rugged; let's delve into how the new features of the PackLite Hero Supercharger  are designed to save the day.

 

Hero Supercharger Features

For Day 2, and 3...

Some adventures require more power. One boost is good, but for longer trips you need all you can get. A 4000 mAh battery packs more charges, for longer light and up to 2 phone recharges on a single charge.

With an even larger battery, you need more efficient charging than ever before. So we integrated Sunpower solar panels, the most powerful of their kind on the market. 

How much the PackLite Hero Supercharger charges your devices

 

For Brambles and Mud 

When you’re trekking through the underbrush or rappelling down a cliff, sometimes the only thing you can trust is a carabiner. We agree. The new Lycra strap with Velcro fasteningscreates a secure clasp no matter the weather, with two carabiner loops to integrate easily with your gear.

 

For An Extra Surge

LEDs up to 300 lumens mean up to 300sqft of area illuminated with one lantern. A new SOS flashing feature lets you get attention when it’s needed most. The upgraded battery means that this can last for up to 100+ hours (4+ days) on a single charge.

Brightness of new PackLite Hero Supercharger

For Keeping Your Pack Light

A device as useful as this has to be ultraportable. So we made this phone charger more powerful, while ensuring that it's compact as ever. Still 6"x6", and packs flat to 1" thick. Still less than 10 oz. A solar charger & lantern & battery pack perfect for camping, hiking, kayaking, emergency prep...wherever light is needed! 

Lightweight solar phone charger and battery pack

Bonus Bright

How do you find your emergency light in the dark? New glow-in-the-dark printing around the power and battery buttons mean no fumbling around when all you need is a light. One of our most-requested features!

 

 



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