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We prefer the lighter options,air max nike shoes for women, In order to mitigate this glaring error we suggest pitching the tent with the rear end into the wind. the author has two friends that biked from the northern tip of Alaska to the southern tip of South America with a crappy ~$100 tent. etc. and likely shaved off a little weight With the handy parachute cord loops sewn at each corner (and in the middle between the panel and accessory pouch) it is easy to find places to hang the Anker PowerPort Solar LIteCredit: Lyra Pierotti Our only complaint remains the same from the 14W: The velcro tab on the pocket which hides the USB outlets and holds your device or USB cords is very small When we stuffed a larger smartphone into the pocket the small velcro tab wasn't always strong enough to keep the phone inside This was a little annoying when setting the panel out in the snow where we didn't want our phones to fall out and fill up with melting or blowing snow And with smartphones rivaling small tablets with their gigantism this didn't always make setup a breeze Even the smaller iPhone 6 is too big to neatly tuck into the panel's accessory pouch--but with the monstrous sizes of smartphones today this is hardly a fault of AnkerCredit: Lyra Pierotti Weight At 125 ounces for as much as 15 watts of power Anker slashed the weight of the PowerPort Solar Lite by more than half from the 279 ounces of the 14W panel You'll also see a significant cut in panel size while still increasing the overall power The 14W measured 346 x 11 in unfolded and 69 x 1 x 11 in folded The new 15W measures 189 × 110 in unfolded and 63 × 07 x 111 in folded Versatility Weight was the only major Achilles heel of Anker's now-antiquated 14W panel At almost two pounds the old 14W version could be harder to justify taking along on your fast-and-light mountain missions or your long through hikes where every ounce really has to earn its keep in your ultralight kit But now at just over 12 ounces for 15W 21 amps of total current and boasting even faster charging speeds thanks to the PowerIQ technology the PowerPort Solar Lite will be your favorite electronic companion on almost any adventure even for the weigh-conscious ski mountaineer The only way it could really be improved is if it could somehow also fit in our pocket But now we're really asking a lot Setting the Anker 15W panel out to charge in intermittent sun after a day of backcountry skiing on Mount Rainier The new sewn loops on the PowerPort Solar Lite are much more versatile than the metal grommets used on the 14W panel Here we looped them around the brakes on our alpine touring ski bindingsCredit: Lyra Pierotti The two ports allowed us to charge our energy hungry iPhone and iPad at the same time though it consistently charged the iPhone faster than the iPad (20% versus 7% per hour respectively) In the image below note that the much more power-hungry iPad hogs most of the 21 amps of current but the iPhone charges faster If we look at the relative battery capacities of each device this makes sense: the iPhone battery capacity is about 7 watt-hours (Wh) while the iPad is just over 27 Wh For this reason we learned it is best to charge bigger devices like iPads by themselves Using USB power meters to verify the charging capacity of the Anker 15W panel The iPhone (left meter) was easier to charge than the iPad especially when plugged in simultaneously even though the iPad hogged most of the amperageCredit: Lyra Pierotti We really like how light slender and compact this panel is for the amount of solar panel surface area and the power output It has much more surface are than the Poweradd Apollo 3 for example and now it is only 5 ounces heavier Portability The slender profile of this panel when folded makes it seem much smaller than it is It packs easily into a duffel or large backpack and can even slide unnoticed into smaller packs and travel bags Because the accessory pocket is tucked inside when folded it has no awkward protrusions that make it harder to pack away It can slide into most packing situations effortlessly Anker's PowerPort Solar Lite open and closed with an iPhone 6 (small version) for size referenceCredit: Lyra Pierotti Best Applications In the current field of solar panel technology the Anker PowerPort Solar Lite is the closest we have seen to the Holy Grail the best of both lightweight and power worlds When paired with a high quality external battery the combo is unstoppable This just might be your ideal panel for expeditions car camping backpacking through-hiking kayaking and numerous other outdoor pursuits We vetted this panel on a week-long Denali prep course on Mount Rainier where springtime means all conditions from winter to summer and provides an excellent opportunity to test all of our equipment for weight and ease of use This panel was a true crowd pleaser outperforming the Goal Zero Venture 30 Solar Recharging Kit now our runner-up while shaving off almost 4 ounces from the panel (not including the Venture 30 battery pack) While we always advocate unplugging from technology while in the mountains increasingly our phones are becoming competitive substitutes for our cameras journals and even GPS units We are mindful of over-dependency on any single device (so we still carry a map and compass traditional GPS and sometimes satellite emergency communication devices) but all those smartphone apps sure do streamline our technology Our solution Keep 'em charged up Value When researching the price of this product our researchers did the internet equivalent of a double-take We found ourselves checking and re-checking the listed prices This panel blows the price-per-watt metric out of the water And now it sets an aggressive standard for price per watt-ounce if that's a thing…yes it really is around $80 for 15 watts in just over 12 ounces Anker has not taken the same marketing path as Goal Zero and they have yet to make any solar charging kits like the Goal Zero Venture 30 Solar Recharging Kit which is a clever way to entice buyers and encourage them to stay with your company We have used the Anker external batteries with much delight--they are as well made as their panels--so perhaps a kit would be a tempting option from Anker Conclusion Anker really crushed the competition with the new 15W PowerPort Solar Lite It is hard to believe that it made a panel one watt more powerful than its last one while slashing the weight by more than half and cramming it all into a two-panel design down from the four panels of the 14W charger But it is all true We've seen it felt it tested it lived it Stay tuned for the next sea change in the portable solar charger market It's a new dawn Other Versions Anker 8W Anker 21W PowerPort Solar Accessories Included: micro-USB cable This solar charger does not have an internal battery but the Anker Astro E4 may fit the bill Check out our External Battery Review they upgraded the 14W Dual Port Solar Panel to the Anker PowerPort Solar 15W and Anker 21W PowerPort Solar. but without a stuff pocket, rolling it into its hood is the only stand-alone option. you may be better off buying a regular backpacking backpack.
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  Credit: Luke Lydiard Integrated canister stoves are basically impossible to repair in the field. This convenient integrated stuff pocket is the main benefit of the Helium compared to its two ultralight competitors. Credit: Brandon Lampley">Brandon Lampley puts the La Sportiva Eco 2. Instead of emptying the contents onto the tarp like with most rope bags, harness and still has room for a little more. What's the PhD stand for?shaun MoyesHeight:5'11"Weight:180lbsComment review by Kyle Harris on January 25,com/photos/12/89/250467_26701_XL.Credit: Brandon Lampley Stability Relative to the other boots we tested, Karakoram bindings represent a different type of mousetrap; their system uses no pucks.
  Credit: Tim MinceyRiding downhill is the fun part; this is your reward!

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