CAT# SPL-6012
$23.95 each
Water-proof, corrosion-proof solar cell arrays with adjustable mounting stands and alligator clip leads. UV-proof polycarbonate plastic case. Built-in blocking diode to prevent discharge at night. 1260 Mw max power. Max voltage, 18 Volts (no-load). Current, 60-70 mA. 6.8" x 6.2" x 0.68"
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A customer from Boston, Ma
Great Trickle Charger
I mounted this on my shed to trickle charge my lawnmower battery. It does indeed charge my battery, saving me from periodically having to lug the battery inside to charge. It works great. I added some extra protection around the the black and red cables ( just electrical tape). The cable's jacket looked a little soft and wimpy for rugged outdoor conditions. Has worked great outside for 2 years now.

A customer from Lincolnton, GA
Worked for my intent.
I bought one of these to keep my Seadoo battery charged over the off-season. So simple... disconnected positive battery cable, clip on this solar charger, put the seats back on, put the Seadoo cover on, placed the charger on the rear deck of the boat facing the sun on top of the cover... In the Spring the boat fired right up. I did not check the voltage of the obviously charged battery (I will next time), but the boat cranked and started up strong and the first attempt. I will post another review update after the upcomming winter season...

A customer from Minnesota
A great value!!!!
This solar panel charges a SLA battery very quickly and efficently. It is also small and durable. I would highly reccomend it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A customer from San Antonio, TX
whats the size?
How big is this?
I'm thinking of using it for my scooter and want to make sure I can mount it to the sisybar

A customer from MICCO, FL USA
BEWARE using with Odyssey batteries
These are not regulated and will go up to the vicinity of 20+ volts, open circuit. Odyssey batteries will be destroyed if charged over 15V (they are serious abut this). I lost two Odyssey batteries to solar chargers, the other one was a dashtop car charger.
This may also apply to Optima car batteries as they are also made by Hawker but I haven't read the literature on them.
For keeping wet cells charged, they are great.