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    Re: How To Charge Toys

    I just picked up a couple 12V 12AH AGM deep cycle batteries for less than $50 for the pair. I plan to charge them mostly with a solar panel while camping and use the power to run my Amateur Radio when I don't have AC. The small AGM batteries are used for emergency lighting, electric scooters and UPS for computers. They come in all sizes. The 12 AH batteries are about 6" long x 4" high x almost 4" wide. They weigh just a bit over 8 lbs each. The AGM batteries can be treated like a wet cell for charging without the worry of them leaking if they get cracked or tipped over.
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    Re: How To Charge Toys

    I put 2 power plugs in my windshield bag, one for the GPS and one to charge the phone when needed.... last month I bought one of the power packs 15ah..
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    Re: How To Charge Toys

    Not sure if this appeals to anyone but I just seen this item, its a one day only sale $29.00 Free Shipping.
    http://www.dailysteals.com/#d/18683


    Product Features
    • This unit packs a massive external battery for mobile power on the go
    • Can be charged via USB port or solar energy
    • Built-in Dual USB port allows for charging on most mobile devices
    • High Capacity, rechargeable 8800mAh Lithium Polymer battery
    • 4-LED smart charging indicator
    • Built-in IC protection: overload protection, over-voltage protection and overheat protection
    • Automatically turns off when your device is at full power
    • Convenient On/Off button
    • Lightweight and easily fits in pocket or backpack
    • Perfect for both indoor and outdoor activities
    • Compatible with all mobile USB devices
    • Includes 4 connector tips:
    - Mini-USB
    - Micro-USB
    - 30-Pin
    - Nokia

    What You Get:
    • Voltix 8800mAh Solar Battery Backup
    • 4 x Charging Tips (Mini USB, Nokia, Micro-USB, 30-Pin)
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    Re: How To Charge Toys

    Pretty cool gadget. Nice price too! I've never heard of this website. Thanks.

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    Re: How To Charge Toys

    Quote Originally Posted by GailForce View Post
    Pretty cool gadget. Nice price too! I've never heard of this website. Thanks.
    I'm "thrifty" so if I can pick something up that I need at a lower price I will. Just got to be careful not to impulse buy!
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    Re: How To Charge Toys

    Scott, I just found a Full Body Shiatsu Massage Chair/Recliner with a heat stretched foot rest for only $750. It probably falls under the impulse buy category though. Thanks for the links. I'll check them out.

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