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Falcon 21

Falcon 21

multi-voltage solar panel

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The Falcon 21 is a lightweight, foldable solar panel for charging laptops and netbooks (under 40W only), tablets, smartphones, GoPros, GPS and other 5V and 20V devices with the power of the sun.

Made from highly durable fabric, the Falcon 21 can charge up to 2 devices simultaneously (1 via USB and 1 via DC) and the high-efficiency monocrystalline cells from SunPower™ produce 25-35% more power compared to conventional cells - meaning your devices need never be without juice.

The panel's IPX4 rating means it can withstand water splashes from any direction for up to 5 minutes and the useful metal eyelets and included carabiners allow the panel to be attached to backpacks, tents, bike panniers and more for easy charging.

Works With

SLR Cameras

Will Also Work With

Hand-held Cameras/Action Cameras
iPhones/Smart Phones
PSP/Hand-held/Games Consoles
Head Torches
Click here to download the product datasheet
Dimensions (L*H*W cm): 157x280x11mm -folded
Voltage: USV 5V and DC 20V

21W foldable solar panel

SunPower™ cells, high-efficiency monocrystalline

​4 x metal eyelets to attach solar panel to backpack

Splash-proof - IPX4 rated

Rugged Polyester fabric

1 x USB output: 5V / 3A Max

1 x DC output: 20V / 1A

LED indicator

Weight: 470g


157 x 280 x 11mm (folded)

665 x 280 x 3mm (unfolded)

EAN code: 5060 17698465 3

UPC code: 648499643959

1 x 21W Foldable, multi-voltage solar panel

1 x DC cable (2m)

1 x USB-C to USB cable (1m)

1 x Female USB-C to male micro USB adaptor

1 x laptop tips set (10pcs)

1 x Female 12V in-car charging socket

2 x carabiners

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The powergorilla and mini-g can be charged by the Falcon 21 and the Falcon 40 solar panels.  They cannot be charged by the Falcon 7 panel.

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