Cobra CPP 300 SP 6000mAh 3-Output USB Solar Battery Pack

Cobra CPP 300 SP 6000mAh 3-Output USB Solar Battery Pack


The Cobra CPP 300 SP 6000mAh 3-output UBS solar battery pack uses two solar panels that continually charge the battery pack in any light.


  • Rechargeable via USB ports or solar panels
  • High efficiency dual solar panels
  • 6000mAh lithium polymer battery back
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Need to keep multiple devices powered up on a long day outdoors or on a camping trip? The Cobra CPP 300 SP 3-output USB solar battery pack features dual USB outputs and a built-in micro USB connector to charge multiple devices simultaneously and eliminate some cables when traveling. The fold up design features a powerful 6000mAh Lithium Polymer battery pack that will charge multiple devices, multiple times while the high efficiency. The CPP 300 SP is equipped with a illuminated LCD display to indicate the charging status and can be charged via a standard USB port for a quicker recharge. So the next time you need stay powered up and stay green, make sure you have the CPP 300 SP with you.


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