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NEEWER Portable AA Battery Powered Emergency Charger with Flashlight - Black - For Anything Powered Via USB

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  • For iPod, iPhone and any other devices that are charged through a USB cable.
  • Quick charge time! Slim and portable design.
  • Easy to use - Just plug and charge.
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Product Description

AA Battery Powered. When your iPod or iPhone is low on battery, you can charge it quickly when not near a computer USB outlet. With this adapter, you could charge your iPod, iPhone or other handheld via AA batteries within the device. It's a great traveling partner and useful in emergency situations.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003ZUPDR2
  • Item model number: TOOGOO
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,169 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By NLee the Engineer HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on July 24, 2013
I plan to use this device (NEEWER Portable AA Battery Powered Emergency Charger with Flashlight) as a portable power source for charging various USB devices, including cell phone, MP3 player and tablets. Its output is rated for 5V 500mA, similar to that of a standard USB 2.0 port. So anything you can recharge from your computer's USB port, you can recharge with this device. But obviously you cannot use it to recharge an iPad, because the latter requires 2A of current.

The device is powered by two AA batteries, either rechargeable or disposable. The down-side of using AA batteries is that it has much lower energy density compared to rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack. The up-side is that you can quickly swap in another set of spare batteries. The fact that it accepts alkaline batteries could become handy during an extended power outage.

I used this device, powered by two eneloop AA NiMH cells, to recharge my Polaroid PMID702C tablet. After one hour of charging, the red indicator light on this device went out, and the battery status meter of the 702C moved from 38% to 68% during this period. That means a set of AA batteries can only replenish 30% of the energy in my 702C's battery pack (3000mAh). In other words, to full recharge my tablet from 0% to 100%, I will need to use up 3-4 sets of rechargeable AA cells.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Reader on March 13, 2012
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Put a pair of AA batteries in this holder and you'll have a ready power reserve for your USB-enabled device. I bought this unit because the battery life on my tablet is very short. I put a pair of Tenergy Centura AA Low Self-Discharge (LSD) NiMH Rechargeable Batteries, 1 Card 4xAA rechargeable batteries in the unit, so it's like having an auxiliary "tank" at the ready.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By James Noel on May 30, 2011
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I have an iPod Touch and enjoy watching Netflix movies on it. Watching one 2 hour movie typically drains the iPod battery to 60-70%. If you start with the iPod fully charged and connect this while watching the movie, the remaining charge is still 100% when the movie is over. I put AA NiMH rechargeable batteries in it, then charge them up again to always have a power backup. Its even a flashlight. A simple solution for extending the internal battery life of a small USB powered device or recharging a USB device away from a power source.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Nut on January 13, 2013
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Mine came DOA but the build quality also seems shoddy in general. The light/off/USB switch is a bit loose and the spacing between the settings is not consistent, making it difficult to select the middle "off" setting. Not going to bother ordering another one.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By W. C. Price on July 20, 2012
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This charger works perfectly for my smartphone, and that's enough for five stars.

For fun, I tried plugging in my third-generation (mid-2012) iPad, which I know needs to draw a ton of power, and it couldn't pull enough power down to charge itself. Other high-power items like tablets and multi-core big-screen smartphones might run into the same issue. Still, that's a problem with the laws of physics, not with this tiny device per se.

As a general rule, if your device can charge off the power of a laptop's USB port, you'll probably be fine here. If it needs its own special AC adaptor and power brick like the third-generation iPad, though, you might need to look elsewhere.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on April 6, 2014
This thing is appropriately named, the key word being "emergency." It's not there for charging your smartphone on a daily basis. I tested this thing on my old phone first, an HTC One-X. The phone was completely dead when I began charging it with this product, and I had two brand new, fresh out of the packaging Duracell AA batteries in it, bought the same day. From a completely dead battery, this charger had charged my phone enough to power it on in less than 3 minutes. About as fast as the wall charger, really. I turned the phone on, made a 5-minute phone call, sent 3 short text messages, then turned the phone back off. I let it charge until the AA batteries ran out, and this got my phone up to a 25% charge. I figure that's pretty decent for two alkaline batteries. Smartphones use a LOT of power, and at one time I got a message on my phone saying that the phone was using more current than the charger could deliver, but I closed a few apps and that went away. I definitely recommend using lithium batteries when using this product. Alkaline batteries will absolutely help you out in an emergency, as 25% battery is definitely enough to make a life-saving phone call or text message(s) to relay important information.

The next day, however, I repeated the test under the same conditions, but with two brand new AA lithium batteries. These charged my phone up to 100%, and then I used the phone pretty heavily, off-and-on for several hours. Once the phone battery died, I plugged it into the emergency charger again, with the same lithium batteries as before, and achieved an 83% charge before they finally gave out.
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