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Sabrent 6100mAh High Capacity External Backup Battery Charger Power Bank Charger with Dual USB Port (PB-BCBG)
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- Super-fast charge output (5V / 3A total) through dual USB ports (5V / 2A and 5V / 1A) allow for simultaneous charging of your iPad, iPhone, Android, and more at high speed.
- Smooth, ebony varnish allows you to power up in style, while 4 status LEDs keep you informed of remaining capacity.
- 3.1 amp Max Output allows you to charge 2 devices at the same time. iPhone / iPad
- Compatible with all mobile phones charged by USB port. Includes a Micro USB cable
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- Size (LWH): 4.72 inches, 0.59 inches, 2.52 inches
- Weight: 6.08 ounces
The Sabrent Power Bank High Capacity 6100mAh gives you the ability to charge your iPhone 4 three to four times,
Charge your smart phones and tablets at top speed. Max Output 2.1A.
Perfect for home use, road trips, long flights, picnics, camping, outdoor parties, BBQs, etc.
- Battery Capacity: 6100 mAh
- Input: 5.0V/1.5-2A
- Output: 5.0V/3.1A（Two USB output Shared)
- Charging time: 5.5-6 hours
What's in the box?
- High Capacity Power Bank (6100mAh)
- Micro USB Cable
This product comes with a one year warranty.
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Top Customer Reviews
The external charger is a great little unit to have if you use your smartphone heavily, if you are traveling, or just in case. I can't count the number of times myself or someone I've been with couldn't use their phone because their battery was almost dead or their battery died. If you have one of these charging units all you do is connect your phone to it via the phone's USB charging cable. You can use your phone while it's charging or just let the charger charge your phone.
Charging Test Of iPhone, Sabrent 6100mA, & iPad:
I was curious to know how useful the Sabrent 6100mA was going to be as a portable battery charger for both my iPhone and iPad. I charged the Sabrent fully. After the battery charger is fully charged or after it fully charges a smartphone it will shut itself off which is a nice feature. It provided enough juice to fully charge my iPhone almost 3 times. The Sabrent charged it from 8% to 100%, from 7% to 100%, and finally from 4% to 85% before it completely ran out of juice. While charging it did so at a rate of 1% per minute up until 80% when the charging rate slowed which is all completely normal for 1000mA charger. All in all, I was extremely pleased with the results!
After depleting the battery in the Sabrent 6100mA, I charged it.Read more ›
When the first unit arrived I plugged it in to charge it as instructed using one of the manufacturer's 6-plug USB charging devices. At first the unit's lights flashed to indicate charging but when I returned several hours later it had to all appearances bricked itself. In fact I was so convinced that it had shuffled off the mortal coil that I emailed the manufacturer to let them know and they insisted on sending another unit. It quickly arrived and promptly did the exact same thing. As it turns out, this behavior is completely normal. After charging the unit shuts itself off and has to be powered back on using an unmarked 'button' on the face of the battery. Somehow I completely managed to miss this little detail and thought the battery was defective.
At any rate, battery works great and is good for a couple phone charges at least. The device loses one star only because of the impenetrable user interface and mysterious button that my work colleagues found only by chance randomly mashing the face of the thing. If I had purchased the item I would have found this a very frustrating product. But you, now armed with this secret, can use the device without difficulty I am sure.
The only thing that is odd is that it will only work when powered on but the power button is 'hidden'. It is on the top panel, around the middle of the four charging lights and towards the edge. Silly as it sounds, I only knew this when I read someone else's review.
Other than that, it is a fine charger for the price range and power capacity.
I was provided a unit for evaluation and an honest review.
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The charger came with a short microUSB cable that is what you use to charge the battery pack. Just plug it to any existing charger you already own or straight to a USB outlet on your PC. I like the microUSB instead of a proprietary cable because if I lose it I can easily replace it with any of mine.
For its size, 6100 mAh can recharge your cell phone as much as three times. For tablets, specially the new ones with retina display, it can only extend its life for a few hours. For that reason, this charger is perfect for cell phones but if your intension is to charge your tablets, get a charger with at least 10,000 mAh capacity.
One thing very unique about this charger is this is the first and only one I have that doesn't have a power button; at least one that is not obvious from the outside. The button is hidden under the front middle close to the USB slots which I think has some coolness factor. If you press it once, it will tell you how much charge is left by the number of LED lights. 4 LEDs for full and one LED tells you that it is time to recharge.
Overall, a nice little charger that is very simple to use.
A sample of this product was sent to me for review purposes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really like this as you can get several iphone charges from it without issue. The only complaint is its hard to see the power button.Published 8 months ago by MReed
Of all the power banks I've tried so far, this one has provided the most amount of charge for my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 edition) tablet. Read morePublished 9 months ago by ChaCha Fance
Didn't work on my Galaxy III either due to failure or incompatibility (not sure). Returned it and bought the Sony CPF5LS which works wonderfully.Published 15 months ago by C. Newstrom
Definitely a strong little device. The build is durable, looks great (super sleek) , and charges very well. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jimmy Kim
This is the little brother to the Sabrent 12000mA Battery Backup which I carry in my travel case. Since it only has about 50% of the capacity of the larger unit, I've found that... Read morePublished on January 4, 2014 by Gene Bowker
Item failed before first use. Appear to have malfunctioned during initial charge. Will return this item and possibly update review when a replacement is received.Published on December 31, 2013 by Darren P Gould
This is a stellar model; not only was I impressed with its durability (for more see paragraphs nine and ten) and speed, but also its sleek glossy design. Read morePublished on December 15, 2013 by Brian Driver
On a recent trip of two days, I used the Sabrent 6100mAh High Capacity External Backup Battery Charger to keep the iPod up and running and the iPhone. Read morePublished on December 7, 2013 by Jane Jones
Disclaimer: I received this product in exchange for an honest review.
Okay, this is the second of three Sabrent chargers I have tested out recently. Read more