I can`t count how many times I have found myself out on the campground with a dead phone. I try my best to get us in an electric sight, however some times we find ourselves “roughing it” in theCoates RVcamper! I have had my eyes on the look out for a solar light charger and I am happy to have found theSunBellSolar Light & Phone Charger because it is much easier to recharge my devices from a non-electric site at the campground with this product.
I made sure to set my SunBell under the sun in a spot that would have rays throughout the whole day. I didn`t want to spend my camping trip on babysitting a solar light. As the sun started to set I went over to the Earth Easy SunBell to check on my phone.
After A Full Day Of Fun”Â¦
I was very happy to find a fully charged phone! Not that I use my phone to call people while we are out camping, but I do use it a lot for sharing updates on our social media platforms during the day. It was the end of the day and I didn`t have much to talk about online, so I put my phone and cord away in the camper with a smile. I was so happy to know it would be ready to go in the morning.
That`s Not All
The SunBell Solar Light stayed bright for hours into the dark. Ryan and I stayed up way pass our bedtime with our oldest son, Keegan. We find that`s the best time to truly connect with our teenager. We had a small campfire going in the background whilewe spent timemessing around in the dark with the solar light. Well, that is until I fell into this lake”Â¦ (photo taken earlier in the day)
Late Night Swim For Mom
I thought I would sneak up on Keegan and spook him, instead I ended up falling into the water! Another great memory made while camping with kids!
If you are looking for a new camping solar light or phone charger I would recommend testing out theSunBell. It does both light and charging, plus you have the ability to hang it up on a tree branch, too. You can expect to pay about $80.00 for one in yellow or red.
You can Purchase the Sunbell Solar Light & Charger at Amazon for $79.98.
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Hey there, I’m Ryan, the face behind Beyond The Tent.
With decades of camping experiences, my journey into the wilderness began on the rustic trails of a farm in southern Minnesota, where my childhood was filled with explorations and camping by a picturesque river.
My family’s adventures across the United States, from the majestic Colorado mountains to the serene national parks and the pristine Boundary Waters Canoe Area of Northern Minnesota have given me a broad perspective. With each journey, whether in state parks or private encampments, and through the homely comfort of our camping trailers, we’ve amassed a trove of stories, experiences, and invaluable camping wisdom.