|Brand Name||Very Good Electronics Company|
|Item Weight||1.44 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.5 x 2.3 x 0.3 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Number of Items||1|
Battery Pack for Raspberry Pi, Android, iOS, 2400mAh, Suction Cup
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- 2400mAh, 1A battery for hours of cordless operation
- Attaches directly Raspberry Pi case
- Slim design keeps it out of the way
- Suction cups allow for sticking to any smooth surface
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Perfect little battery pack to power your Raspberry Pi projects. Fits up against the Raspberry Pi B+, 2, and 3 perfectly. Depending on your project's power needs, this will provide power for an average of 4 hours.
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Works great as a phone charger as well since it it suctions to the back of my phone.
battery 2/5 - (2400 mAh) one of the smallest battery amounts I think you can get in a portable battery (will charge many phones 1 time or less)
output 3/5 - (1 amp) you cant really go lower than 1 amp, but 1 amp is generally enough (wasnt for my rpi3 with 3.5" screen, wont be for phones that
require 2 amps to charge afaik)
display 0/5 - none (this is a small battery that gives 0 indication when its about to run out, and that could result in your rpi getting borked)
ports 3/5 - only has one, many portable batteries have two, but one is probably enough for many people
suction cups 4/5 - its the only one ive found with suction cups, but they only work with a flat surface, if your case has raised edges, and the flat part is recessed, you will not be able to suction it
size 3.5/5 - its roughly the size of a raspberry pi, its small and thin, but so should be every other 2400mAh battery by default
price 2/5 - overpriced af for what it offers, as i type this i see it going for $35, for $35 i bought a 20,000mAh battery (nearly 10 times more), that had 2 ports, and an lcd display for battery level and amp output (no suction cups though, and it was obviously a lot bigger)
Overall this is a weak, overpriced, low on features battery that offers a single thing to make it appealing; suction cups. In the few days I had it, I also found that I dont really need the suction cups. If youre using an rpi, you probably arent walking while typing or anything like that, so any battery can just be set underneath or beside the rpi, and the suction is pointless. If youre using a phone this is potentially a lot more useful i suppose, but my phones have always gotten hot and i dont think attaching a battery to the entire backside of your phone is a good idea while charging if its already getting hot
People I would recommend this for
anyone that cares more about the suction cups than everything else, I didnt see any others with that feature. Anyone that just needs a small slim battery attached to their device without having to worry about extra stuff to carry around, works kinda like an attachment (but its just suctioned), people that just want a small, lightweight, slim, battery, and dont care much about the small capacity or other features being missing
People I would not recommend this for
people that want a 'charging station' of sorts, since its 1 port and small capacity, it is not that. People that are concerned about monitoring the remaining battery (you cant), people running an rpi 3 with ANY peripherals (it may or may not work fine without peripherals, i didnt test it, but with a 3.5" screen, it was insufficient), people using a phone that requires 2amp input (it wont work afaik), people that just want a flat rectangle shaped battery to put their rpi on while they use it (there are several better/better priced batteries that meet that criteria), people that want to be able to charge their phone more then 1 time (pretty sure some phones, maybe like the iphone, will get less than 1 charge out of it)
On the upside I was able to return it without issue, but thats always been my experience with amazon.