Keep your Browning trail camera running, running and running. With this Browning External Battery Pack, you can considerably extend the battery of your Browning Trail Camera.
This micro-sized pack uses 8 AA batteries and it is compatible with alkaline and lithium batteries. Batteries are inserted hassle-free via similar battery tray as in Browning trail cameras.
Browning external battery pack reviewed
This Browning external battery pack also has a built-in LED battery tester that allows you to easily check how much juice is left in the batteries.
The battery pack is connected to your trail camera’s 12V power port with a simple twist lock plug. The pack is also equipped with a tree strap for mounting.
Durability and build
As far as durability is concerned, it has been designed to take a few bumps and even get wet a bit. It comes with a strap that makes it easy to set up this battery pack once the Browning camera is in place.
It is worth having in the wild since it keeps the camera to do its job. The Browning External Pack was designed to be handy in the wild with its camouflage exterior that could blend in the wild.
It means that not only is your Browning trail camera going to be discreet, the Browning External Battery Pack is also going to look just like it is part of the greenery once it has been set up especially in the dark.
Battery life and efficiency
Once you have it attached to the camera, it does work well. It does the job and keeps the camera running. The battery life, however, isn’t that reliable.
It means that you might want to carry around another pack of extra batteries in case you need to set the camera for a long time. However, a good thing about this Browning battery pack is that it shows the pack’s remaining life.
You won’t be surprised that you already ran out of battery in the wild and you’ve missed a couple of good photos or videos. This external game battery pack is compatible with any Browning trail camera except the Defender.
The Browning External Battery Pack might be a good backup battery for your camera in the wild, but keep in mind that you don’t want to use it for a very long time.
It is a good way to prevent missing footages or losing your cool while setting up the camera in the middle of the night. However, you must switch to the regular batteries in the morning because it won’t last that long.
In terms of having a camouflage exterior and blending in the environment, you can rely on the Browning External Battery pack in this aspect.
Also, though it is compatible with most Browning trail cameras, if you have the Defenders, then it simply can’t work.