Limited to 527 entries
Maximum 55 entries per person
Live draw 6th April 2022 @ 8:30 AM

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Tickets Sold: 527

Powapacs 60w solar charger



Draw will be sooner when all entries are sold!




The Sunpower 60W Solar Panel is the most powerful, foldable solar panel from Powapacs, equipped with efficient SunPower solar cells. With the power of 60W and the combination of USB and DC output, this solar panel is ideal for charging your Powapacs and other devices.

The SunPower solar cells are, with an efficiency of  >23.5%, one of the most efficient solar cells which are available at this time. With the power of 60W, the Powapac solar panel can generate 150 -230 Wh of energy daily via the output interface. . This energy can be used for charging smartphones (on average about 10-15 times), tablets, iPads, USB cameras, USB lamps and other devices with a USB connection.

In addition to the USB outputs, the Powapacs 60W Solar Panel also has a 18 V DC output. This output is especially suitable for charging ATOM and other  Power Banks. With a combination of the Powapacs 60W solar panel and ATOM  Power Bank, you have a versatile, handy and portable of grid system to keep you powered wherever you go.

To use the solar panel and the generated energy as efficient as possible, connect ATOM or other power bank, in which the energy can be stored. This will allow you to charge your devices at any time (including in the rain or at night) via the power pack and you are no longer dependent on the sun.
In very good weather conditions a laptop can even be connected directly to the Powapac 40W Solar Panel.

On an average summer day in the UK, you could expect the equivalent of about 6-7 hours of STC illumination on a panel pointing towards the sun. Hence a 4W panel could generate about 24-28Wh per day, with a 100W panel producing 600-700Wh. That’s 2-2.3Ah stored in your battery with the 4W panel or 50-58Ah with the 100W one (calculated by taking the energy figure and dividing by 12, the battery’s voltage). In winter, however, you could be as low as 0.8 STC-equivalent hours a day, so that same 4W panel will only generate 3.2Wh and the 100W panel 80Wh, topping up the battery by a tiny 0.3Ah and 6.7Ah respectively.

Updates and live draws will be available on our Facebook page. On entering the competition / placing your order you will receive your ticket numbers via email. The live draw takes place on the 6th April 2022 on Facebook. To enter for free, please see our terms & conditions

If entering our competitions either by post or online please ensure you have read and agree to our terms and conditions, if your entries do not comply with the terms they will not be included in the draw. Please note you must sign up for an account before making your entry! Entries without an account cannot be processed. You must add your billing address to your account in order for your entries to be processed.

You can watch the draw LIVE on Facebook. We will also be posting updates on this competition and future competitions on the page so make sure you are following and our posts are set to show at the top of your newsfeed!

How do I get my number?

After completion of payment, your number(s) will be displayed. They will also be e-mailed to you, and will be available under My Account.

How are the prizes drawn?

The draw is done live on Facebook using a random number generator to determine the winner.

When does the draw take place?

The live draw will take place on 6th April 2022. If all the entries are sold sooner the draw will be brought forward. Keep updated on the confirmed draw date via our Facebook page and website.