Aibocn Power bank 20000mAh Portable External Charger with Flashlight for Apple Phone iPad Samsung Galaxy Smartphones Tablet and More, Black and Red
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- Exquisite appearance and portable, higher capacity, 20,000mAh
- Double USB(2.1A+1.0A) power bank for two devices charged at the same time
- Unique Anti-Fingerprint design, more cleanly on its surface when you hold it in any place
- Back up flashing light, will be a good helper if you need emergent light like camping,hiking and any emergency occasions
- Personality charging progress, BLUE - fully charged.
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Portable handheld size (0.98*6.44*3.16 inches) but high capacity: 20000mAh Power Bank, more stable more easy to take.
Double USB Port (2.1Amp+1Amp Output), you can freely charge of your iPhone iPad Samsung Galaxy HTC and more devices at the same time now.
2 in 1 -- Backup Flashlight with Power Bank
Combined perfectly power bank and backup flashlight, you can easy to use them both on camping, hiking and so on.
Easy to use - Press ON/OFF button by twice to open it, and press button twice again you can close it.
Intelligent Safety Protection - More safety
Supports over-charged, over-discharged, over-voltage, over-current and short circuit protection.
Automatic shutdown if a short circuit or overload output occurred while unit is charging
The LED Indicator Show Power Capacity
Flashing red light--Less than equal to 25%
Flashing white light-- equal to 26% - 50%
Flashing green light--equal to 51% - 75%
Flashing Blue light--equal to 76% - 99%
Charge full LED Blue light--equal to 100%
* Use the included cable, your original cable or a third-party certified one (such as MFi)
* Most popular smart phones, e.g. smart phones from Apple, Samsung, Google, HTC, Nokia, LG etc
* Most popular tablet, e.g. iPad, Kindle, Samsung Galaxy, Google Nexus 7 etc
Warm Tips - Protective Film Help to Far Away from Scratch
There is protective film on black area of the power bank, you can easy to remove it.
The protective film will not influence your using even if you do not remove it.
Micro USB Cable
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** SHORT REVIEW POINTS (if you are in a hurry) **
+ Great capacity value for the price
+ Has both 1.0A and 2.1A outputs!
+ Claims to have an impressive 20,000 milliampere hours (mAh) of battery capacity
+ The built in LED flashlight is a very nice feature
+ I like the light sensors that let you know how much charge the power bank has
+ The power bank has a nice design and looks very cool
+ Glad that the necessary charge cable comes with unit (although it is short)
+ Happy to see that the company offers a full customer satisfaction guarantee
- Although the device has a large battery capacity, it is a bit heavy at 1.1 pounds
- I was not able to recharge the power bank with my PC USB, (had to plug into AC adapter)
- I was not able to use third party USB charging cable, (had to use original Apple cable)
- User manual font is tiny and was a little hard to read
** LONG REVIEW (if you want to learn from my mistakes) **
We can all use a portable power bank with more capacity (especially as our mobile devices get larger). I own an iPad 2 tablet and an iPhone 7 Plus phone and my previous power bank chargers help when I'm in a jam but never have been to be able to fully charge my devices. For this reason, I have been on the hunt for something with more capacity. After doing a little research I determined that I need a product that can hold its charge and then be able to fully charge both of my devices when I am away from power.
What is mAh on a Power Bank (and why does it matter)?
If you are like I was, you know that "mAh" is a number on the power banks but you have no idea what it really means. It's okay, I was confused as well. So, in short mAh stands for milliampere hours and that number represents the total capacity of battery charge.
Unfortunately, most power banks state or claim a higher milliampere hours (mAh) than what the internal batteries can actually store and transfer. There are a lot of variables involved plus math, that I won't spend time getting into but the bottom line is, try not to get too caught up with the mAh number. Typically, from my tests, you will get about 80% of the printed mAh number.
So, How Much mAh Do I Need From a Power Bank?
To determine how many mAh you need from a power bank depends on the device or devices you plan to charge and the number of people using the charger and how many times it will be used.
Obviously, an older mobile phone like an iPhone 5s (1,570mAh) would use much less power than a new iPad air (8,820mAh).
Typically bigger is better but not always ;)
If you are like most people you would assume that the higher the stated (mAh) on the power bank, the faster it would charge your device, but this is not true. The mAh battery capacity is important but the "amp value" is what determines how fast or slow your device will get charged. To find this, just look at the power bank's output and look at the amperage. This model has two output slots (1.0A and 2.1A).
*VALUABLE TIP: The higher the amp value, the faster the charge rate of the power bank.
** CHARGING MY TABLET **
For my test of this portable power bank, I decided to use my old iPad 2 (2nd generation) Wi-Fi + 3G that has a built-in 25-watt-hour rechargeable lithium-polymer battery.
I had not used my iPad in a while so it was 100% drained (see attached pictures) and would be a great device to recharge.
Connecting the power bank to charge my iPad was a very simple process. To charge, you just have to plug your USB power cable directly into the power bank in either Slot 1 or Slot 2.
*HELPFUL TIP: If you want to plug into the 2.1A slot (for faster charging), make sure you use Slot 2.
Initially, I used a third-party USB charge cable and it did NOT work. I waited for 4 hours and with that cable and then remembered reading on the product page and instructions to make sure and you use your original USB power cable. After I dug through my storage box to find my original Apple cable, I switched out the third-party cable with the original cable and it started charging perfectly (my mistake).
I ended up letting the power bank charge my iPad overnight so I was not able to document exactly how long it took (sorry about that).
The next morning, the iPad was charged to 100% capacity and the power bank was blinking red, showing it had <25% power remaining.
** RE-CHARGING THE POWER BANK **
After my iPad was finished charging, I unplugged the USB charging cable and then took the unit into my office. I plugged in the small (included) charge cable to the unit and then into my USB port on my computer.
Unfortunately, my computer's USB port was not able to charge the unit; I actually got a strange error that popped up on the screen (see attached screenshot).
I then decided to plug into the USB wall unit and that did the trick and it was successfully charged.
Overall, now that I know what cable to use and how to recharge the power bank, I am very happy with it. I really like that it has the 2.1A output port for faster charges and it is nice that it has two ports so two devices could be charged at once.
This thing really is a beast of a power bank, that should have been named Goliath!
Hope you found my review helpful!
-1 star because the battery status notification could be more precise (the old model had a little screen with a %).
-2 stars because, as others have noted, one of the usb plugs dipped inside the device and now just rattles in there. There's, for some reason, one of the two ports that charges faster than the other, and this was the fast one.
This happened after having it for a little over a month. So 2 stars total, because at least it still works... =/
I don't like that aspect of it, but I do like how many devices I can juice up on a single charge. It's heavy and has a quality build. It has blue, white, and red indicators for charging status. It starts charging once you plug a device in, and shuts off once your device reaches 100%. If left connected, it will not automatically restart as your device's battery depletes itself. But you can press a slim button at the side to restart your charging. Importantly, this comes with 2 USB to permit simultaneous charging- though that occurs at slower speeds. This comes with a micro SD charging cable, but no power adapter.
Overall, this is a good buy for the price. A little inconsistent in performance, but I can't complain too much given its low pricetag.
I'd buy this again. For under $30, with such a high capacity, and a solid build, it's a tough deal to pass on.
Worked great for a month and a half then out of nowhere the housing for one of he USB ports fell into the device. Now it rattles inside. I contacted the seller but they refuse to issue a repair or replacement. Very dissappointing.