Trying to find the right portable solar charger is tough, there are hundreds of solar chargers out there that are over-hyped and under-perform when it comes to solar charging smartphones and tablets. The most popular solar charger out there is Goal Zero, but some customers find them cumbersome and even potentially dangerous. Our Suntactics sChargers go far beyond what other portable solar chargers have to offer. Watch this Goal Zero review video (below) created by a YouTuber showing our sCharger-5 beating the Goal Zero Nomad 7:
Goal Zero vs Suntactics: This video proves we beat the leading competition…
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Think about it, a 5 watt USB solar charger (Suntactics sCharger-5), has beaten a supposed 7 watt USB solar charger (Goal Zero Nomad 7). Something is wrong with this picture! Portable USB Solar chargers like the Instapark, Goal Zero, JOOS Orange, and Solio cannot compete with Suntactics. When it comes to USB portable solar charging, Suntactics wins hands down.
“My sCharger-12 gives a 15% charge to my iPhone, in 15 minutes, And it can charge 2 phones at a time!”
“Worth Every Penny”
“This is the best there is”
“Charges every iOS device (1st, 2nd and 3rd-gen iPads, an iPhone 4, and iPod Classic) as fast or faster than a wall charger.”
Now take a look at Goal Zero’s Amazon.com reviews…
Would you still consider Goal Zero for your portable energy needs after this review? His battery pack began to smoke and melt, he had to take the unit outside and dump the batteries before it can start a fire in his tent! Imagine if someone was in the tent and the Goal Zero unit caused a fire and killed someone, this review alone should make you think twice before investing in Goal Zero. He goes on to write how Goal Zero’s customer service was horrible and he would never go near a Goal Zero product again after what he experienced. If you think this is an isolated incident, here’s another similar review about Goal Zero’s fire-causing products:
Suntactics sChargers would never melt as it doesn’t even require batteries to operate in the first place. All battery powered USB devices have their own internal charger circuit that monitors and limits the amount of power to intake, it’s like have have their own internal smart valve that closes whenever the battery is fully charged. Batteries do not have this capability, and battery chargers like Goal Zero do not have the circuitry to stop the batteries from overcharging, and that causes them to melt. Suntactics sChargers will in no way over-charge your devices, they have built in circuitry that can monitor if a battery is fully charged, preventing things like this from happening.
Now take a look at this Goal Zero review:
This soldier really has hate for Goal Zero, imagine you’re a US soldier out in the field, ready to solar charge your MP3 player and kindle in the desert where there’s absolutely no other way to charge your devices and you find that the solar charger doesn’t work.
Now, take a look at this chart we made and compare the difference between our portable USB solar chargers against the others. The first chart shows Goal Zero Nomad 7 (on the right) and the Suntactics sCharger-5 (on the left):
Here’s another comparison chart, this time showing the Suntactics sCharger-12 (left) against Goal Zero Guide 10 (middle) and Instapark M10 (right).
Suntactics really strives to create the best user experience possible, we want to make sure that our customers are 100% satisfied with our products, we guarantee you will have the best results with our solar chargers or your money back. Our solar chargers are not only effective, but they are 100% safe so you can rely on us when it comes to your portable energy needs.