FreeLoader Solar Charger

Even more power in your pocket

FreeLoader Solar Charger

Even more power in your pocket

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Classic looks with new features!

Running out of juice when you’re jabbering away on your mobile, fingering your iPad or listening to your iPod is fist-bitingly infuriating, especially if you’re not near a power source. But you’re always near a power source: the sun.

Okay, 93 million miles is not that near but it’s nothing to the ingenious FreeLoader Solar Charger. Now 25% more powerful and capable of holding 20% more charge, this new and improved eco-friendly device stores its solar energy for up to 3 months, so you can charge your gadgets, anytime, anyplace.


Comes with 9 interchangeable tips and USB cable

With an all new LCD data panel displaying battery status and charging source (sun or USB), the lightweight aluminium FreeLoader comes with nine adapters for all your power-hungry bits and bobs. There’s even a Micro USB adaptor in there. Pack umpteen clumpy chargers in a suitcase? No thanks. All hail the sun! All hail the FreeLoader!

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Product Features:
  • Solar panels now 25% more powerful
  • Battery holds 20% more charge
  • LCD data panel shows battery status and charging source
  • Includes master cable and nine adapters, including the new Micro USB
  • Compatible with all Freeloader accessories
  • New packaging and user manual in English, French, German, Spanish and Italian
  • Measures approximately 12.3cm(H) x 6.2cm(W) x 2cm(D) (folded)

Customer Reviews

Would this work with the iPhone 5?
Andrew Mutch - 17th November 2012
Firebox says: Hi Andrew, it works fine with i-phone 5 and is designed to work with the white cable as supplied by Apple.
Hi, just wondering if this would be able to charge a PSP, the first ever one released and also would it be able to a 3DS?
Umar - 14th June 2012
Firebox says: Hey Umar, its for phones only I'm afraid, sorry about that. Hopefully the designers will hear our crys for a games console one and invent it!
What is the difference between this and the pro version? Also can this charge an iPod touch and/or a htc wildfire?
Matthew - 6th May 2012
Firebox says: The Pro version is basically the more powerful of the two, can store a charge for up to three months and pretty much charges anything with a rectangular battery. Cameras, phones, iThingy's, you get the drift. You can also also charge both of those devices with this.
Can this Charge my iPhone 4S?
Andrew Mutch - 24th February 2012
Firebox says: It certainly will Andrew!
Love the idea of this. My colleagues regularly have to travel to Africa, where electricity can be a bit hit and miss, so this sounds ideal. One question - can it cope with charging a netbook? Thanks.
Catherine Dellbridge - 16th January 2012
Firebox says: Hey Catherine, if the Netbook can charge from USB then Classic can power it.
Hi firebox, will this charge a Nokia C3-00?
Ben - 13th December 2011
Firebox says: Hi Ben, this should work with a Nokia C3-00