zerolemon battery

For those who find themselves needing more power on the move, our latest portable charging deal could come in handy. Water resistant, shockproof, and chargeable via solar, the ZeroLemon SolarJuice offers an incredible 20,000mAh of portable, renewable energy at your fingertips. And with our exclusive iDB Deals offer, you can get this beast for 50% off.

Made from tough and durable materials, this battery pack will go the distance with a 1,000+ recharge cycle rating. The powerful but relatively small package contains a 20,000mAh Lithium Polymer Battery, with enough juice on tap to fully charge an iPhone 6 over seven times. And with the dual USB ports, you can charge multiple devices at once.

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The unit draws its solar charging power from the impressive 1.2W monocrystalline solar panel built in, charging itself in any light conditions. For ease of use, the LEDs will show you just how much charge remains. The ZeroLemon SolarJuice also proves that tough doesn’t need to mean ugly, with the sleek and compact unit requiring you to make no compromises.

At $49.99 the ZeroLemon is 50% off the retail price. It also ships free in the USA, and alongside the battery pack you’ll also receive a carrying hook, MicroUSB charging cable, pouch and warranty card, with a 180 day ZeroLemon guarantee.

Style, convenience and functionality in a solid package, the SolarJuice package is a great choice for mobile charging. Check out the deal.

  • nonchalont

    Why can’t that battery be put into phones? I wouldn’t mind a thicker phone for that battery. 🙂

    • jake kneller

      If they went back to the thick ness of the iPhone 4s with rounded edges and bigger battery’s they could pull it off I think

      • Rowan09

        How exactly could they pull it off? I hope you notice if you’ve ever taken apart an iPhone that the battery thickness has basically been the same since the 2G. Battery capacity increases with the size of a phone not necessarily the thickness.

      • Uhm, you can add more capacity to a battery by making it thicker than elongating it. Just ’cause Apple refuses to do it doesn’t make it impossible. The thickness of the iPhone 4s and thinness of the iPhone 6 internals would give enough room to add additional layers of cells in the battery. The more cells they add, the larger the capacity of the battery.

      • Rowan09

        Apple refused to do what they increased the capacity every year. We are talking about a 20,000mAH battery and I don’t know if you’ve ever taking apart any phone but there just isn’t any room for a battery that size. Making a phone thinner is also not an Apple invention they just advertise it more. Everyone does the same thing.

      • jake kneller

        I was pointing towards a modern iPhone with modern components which are much smaller and thinner than the iPhone 4 components which would result in more room for a larger battery

    • Mark Kramer

      Agreed. I think it’s a joke that the lens sticks out on the 6+. What is the obsession with thinner every year? It’s ridiculous.

    • Rowan09

      You expect a 20,000mAH battery in a phone? It’s easy to put it in a device made for charging other devices. How thick and heavy would a phone be to hold a battery that size?

  • Snailpo

    1.2w is absolutely nothing… Do you know how long it would take that thing to charge from 1% to even 50%? Well more than a day in the sun. The solar panel is more for a “no other choice oh shit” situation. Don’t buy this for the solar panel. If you do purchase it buy it for the rechargeable battery in it.

    • Mark Kramer

      Yeah I’d love to know how many hours in sunlight it takes to go from 0 to full to charge this unit.

    • iPhoneWINS

      the solar panel need to be updated to a better one but i like the idea cause it scan keep the battery full charged

  • moofer

    Micro USB…

  • Noam

    is there ever gonna be a worldwide iDownloadBlog deals like this or is it only in the US?

  • Al Lasserre

    its tomfoolery i tell ya

  • Al poopandager

    its not bad just put it in the sun when not in us and bang free juice for the smartphone

    • Mark Kramer

      But it’s not free, you paid for the device which has only 1,000 cycles.

  • iPhoneWINS

    they need to make this so you can put the phone init like a case