New review from Survival Cache – “If you’ve been looking to add one of these to your preps, read on. This solar charger rocks! ” http://survivalcache.com/survival-gear-review-sunjack-solar-charger/ Survival Gear Review: SunJack Solar Charger I have a treat for y’all today. I was given a SunJack last month to test out and review. If you’ve been looking to add one of these to your preps, read on. This solar charger rocks! Now, first, some caveats. My family is NOT heavy on battery powered devices. Hubby and I share a dum-phone. The kids don’t have phones. We have 1 Tablet and 1 mp3 player. It’s also been the rainiest, cloudiest summer EVER up here in Iowa. So, my apologies to the GigaWatt rep, for the time it took to get this review posted. It was an honest struggle to get devices that needed charging and sunny days. By Calamity Jane, a contributing author of Survival Cache & SHTFBlog Especially with how fast the SunJack recharged them. I’d work for days to get themp3 player to a low battery state and then the Sunjack battery would have it back to full in just a couple of hours. And the massive battery pack with the Sunjack barely even used 20% of its charge to do that. It took multiple charges of multiple devices to get the SunJack battery to the point where I needed to recharge it in sunlight. A good problem to have. What’s In The Box Let’s go back for a minute though, “What comes out of the box?” you might be wondering. A great looking solar panel, folded accordion style. This looks tough but polished, the stitching looks solid, and the mesh pocket seems sturdy. The plug ins are well labeled and the wires seem of good quality. There is a battery pack, heavy, but not terribly big. That’s a child’s hand in the picture above showing the SunJack battery pack next to our mp3 player. The battery pack indicates charge level with some awesomely bright blue LEDs. And speaking of LED’s a bright LED light is one of the options with this SunJack, and it’s a nice one. Also Read: BirkSun Solar Backpack The LED light is so bright, my family.