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Backcountry phone recharging
Elk
Contributors to this thread:
Swamp Buck 13-Aug-19
midwest 13-Aug-19
elkstabber 13-Aug-19
backcountrymuzzy 13-Aug-19
longspeak74 13-Aug-19
Nick Muche 13-Aug-19
wyobullshooter 13-Aug-19
nmwapiti 13-Aug-19
jordanathome 13-Aug-19
From: Swamp Buck
13-Aug-19
What are you all using to recharge your phone in the backcountry?

From: midwest
13-Aug-19

midwest's Link
See this thread....

From: elkstabber
13-Aug-19
A Zendure battery, just pick your size. It holds a charge during cold nights.

13-Aug-19
Another hot tip is to always sleep with your phone in your sleeping bag. Lithium batteries don't do well in cold weather and you can go to sleep with 80% and wake up with a dead phone without even using it.

From: longspeak74
13-Aug-19
2011 Dodge Ram

From: Nick Muche
13-Aug-19
Anker or New Trent chargers, both work very well for extended trips. 40-60$ on Amazon.

13-Aug-19
Make sure your cell provider has coverage where you’ll be. I have Verizon and have to drive down to the flats before I can get a signal on my everyday phone. Sucks since there’s a tower on a nearby ridge...just that Verizon doesn’t use it. I actually use a cheap TracPhone that’s programmed for a service provider that does access that tower, so I get a great signal darn near anywhere. Don’t know how many times I yelled at the TV when that dude spouted “Can you hear me now”!

From: nmwapiti
13-Aug-19
Small battery pack will get me through 3-4 day trips. Solar charger for longer ones. My stuff is Goal Zero brand. Works pretty well.

From: jordanathome
13-Aug-19
anker

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