EasyAcc 10000mAh Power Bank Brilliant External Battery Pack for iPhone Samsung HTC LG Smartphones Tablets - Black and Orange
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- A unique look that will let you stand out from the crowd: More than just a power bank, it is for the colorful.
- Shape: Compact design, super portable, easy to hold in your hand and put anywhere your want, e.g. a pocket or bag.
- 10000mAh rechargeable power capacity, giving your phone enough juice to keep it running (5-6 full charges to your iPhone 5 or 2.5-3.5 charges for Samsung Galaxy S4, S3).
- Dual USB output: Charge two smartphones or an iPad at full speed; advanced power lock technology with standby time of up to 6 months once fully charged.
- Portable Charger: Suitable for a wide range of occasions, such as parties, BBQs, and outdoor activities like camping, mountain climbing, and picnics
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|2 Gen. Mini 3350 Portable Charger||2 Gen. Smart 6400 Portable Charger||2 Gen. Smart 10000 Portable Charger||2 Gen. Smart 15000 Portable Charger||2 Gen. 20000 Portable Charger||2 Gen. 26000 Portable Charger|
|Color Selection||Black+Orange, Black+Gray||Black+White, Blue+White||Black+Orange, Black+Gray||Black+Orange, Black+Gray||Black+Orange, Black+Gray||Black+Orange, Black+Gray|
|# of USB Charging Ports||1 USB Port||1 USB Port||2 USB Port||3 USB Port||4 USB Port||4 USB Port|
|Max Charging Speed||1A||2.4A||3.1A||4.8A||4.8A||4.8A|
|Max Recharging Speed||2A||2A||2A||2A||4A||4A|
|Size||4 x 0.9x 0.9 in||3.86×1.65×0.87 in||5.67 x 2.95 x 0.58 in||5.94 x2.8x 0.8 in||6.57 x 3.1 x 0.86 in||6.57 x 3.1 x 0.86 in|
|Weight||2.5 oz||5.04 oz||7.97 oz||11.8 oz||16 oz||16 oz|
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|Item Dimensions||2.8 x 5.24 x 0.64 in||5.24 x 2.8 x 0.91 in||2.95 x 5.94 x 0.81 in||0.87 x 3.86 x 1.65 in|
With Power With Fun--Easyacc
2nd Generation Smart Output Power Bank Power, speed, compatibility and portability -You deserve it.
Ultra-High 3.1A Smart Output It can automatically identify the type of device and deliver the suitable electric current for your device. So the charging performance of our power bank is just perfect like the original power adapter.
Incredible High Capacity Our 10000mAh high capacity power bank can charge your iPhone 6 3.5 times or Samsung S6 2.5 times. Charge you mobile devices anytime and anywhere without the fear of running out of power. Perfect for travel.
Dual USB outputs With a total output of 3.1A, the Power Bank can charge 2 smartphones or 1 tablet.
Slim & Sleek An iPhone-6-plus-sized design and circular arc side design helps you to hold the power bank better with your smartphone.
Specifications Capacity: 10000mAh x 3.7V=37.Wh Battery type: Li-polymer rechargeable battery cell Input: DC 5V 2A Output: DC 5V 3.1A in total(2.4A max per port) Size: 5.67 x 2.95 x 0.58 in. / 144 x 75x14.8 mm Weight: 7.97 oz / 226 g
What is Included 1 x EasyAcc Power Bank PB10000CF 1 x Micro USB Charging Cable 1 x User Manual (Note: AC charger and lightning cable are not included.) Box Contains 1 x EasyAcc powerbank PB10000CF 1 x Micro USB Charging Cable 1 x User Manual
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PROS ▶ Light weight ▶ Very sturdy▶ Can charge 2 items at once via the usb ports▶ easy to use (plug in your device, turn it on) ▶Battery Indicator LED's
CONS ▶ I looked at this very hard to find something that could be improved from my perspective and I really couldn't find anything. It does exactly what I need it to do and its easy to use. So no CONS for me.
All in all I would recommend this and plan on purchasing more. I do hope this review has helped someone out there. Be Safe and Happy Shopping!!
I bought this product not to recharge phones, but to use as a power supply for an LED art project. (I am an engineer.) These are the results of my lab tests.
* The rated capacity is 10,000 mAh: BUT: that capacity is rated at 3.7V, which is the voltage of the internal batteries. It is NOT the capacity at the 5V USB output. Its actual capacity at 5V is 7,400 mAh. This bit of deception is nearly everywhere among manufacturers of backup battery products. Caveat emptor.
* The most current I was able to get out of the device through both USB ports simultaneously, was 2.2A. The claim is that one port can deliver 2.1A, and the other 1.5A, but my tests indicate that both ports cannot be loaded to capacity at once. My measurements:
Port 1 (the one with 1 lightning bolt, rated at 1.5A): Could deliver 1.84A on its own
Port 2 (the one with 2 lightning bolts, rated at 2.1A): Could deliver 1.97A on its own
Combining both I could draw no more than 2.18A.
I electrically loaded the device with 100 RGB LEDs that can draw up to 52mA per LED. All the current was run through a DC ammeter during the test. I used a computer to turn on succuessively more LEDs to increase the load on the battery until it stopped increasing its output current. Individual tests were done on ports 1, 2, and both ports combined.
The test results indicate that the product does not live up to its ratings. HOWEVER, I do think that it is not a bad device for recharging phones, iPods, and the like. But buyers should know up front what they're getting, and these manufacturers are not being entirely honest. I am going to keep the device, but I won't be using it for the intended project.
EDIT: I changed the title from "Capacity is a lie" to "capacity is deceptive". The company *does* indicate that the capacity is @ 3.7V. But since the only output of the device is 5V, quoting capacity at 3.7V only serves to artificially inflate the apparent capacity of the device, and is therefore deceptive.
UPDATE - REVIEW OF UPDATED CF PB10000CF - RATING: 4.5 STARS
In February 2017 I was contacted by EasyAcc, apparently due to the large number of reads/comments my original review got. They asked if I would review the updated PB10000CF power bank and I agreed. Full disclosure: EasyAcc provided the product to me for free, but my review is my own and not influenced by EasyAcc. The images attached to this updated review also back my conclusions objectively.
My test of the updated PB10000CF power bank showed:
* The maximum current that can be drawn from either of the two USB ports alone is about 2.5A.
* The maximum combined current that can be drawn from both USB ports simultaneously is 3.1A (exactly as printed on the case).
* Attempts to draw more than 3.1A from the power bank trigger the overcurrent protection and the battery safely shuts itself down.
* The flashlight is functional if a little dim, but the little manual doesn't say how to turn it on/off: double-press the button on the side.
* The new bar graph is cool and functional, and helps this battery compete with other modern power banks out there.
The capacity of the battery is still rated at 10000mAh, which I ranted about in the old review, but sadly this is the same way capacity is stated by all manufacturers (which is equally deceptive by everyone), so I guess there is no huge loss. At least now they say on the case 37Wh, which is in fact 100% accurate (since the actual battery inside is 3.7V, like most LiIon/LiPo batteries).
In conclusion...I think the updated PB10000CF is great, and this time it performs right to spec. Good work EasyAcc!
The gory details:
Here's where I describe the technical aspects of how I tested the battery. If you're not interested you can definitely skip this part.
I created a test rig specifically for testing two-port battery packs. It consists of a microcontroller called a Teensy 3.6, and two 16 x 16 panels of RGB LEDs (specifically, APA102Cs). The rig is wired so that each panel is powered by a separate USB plug, and the little microcontroller is powered by a third supply so as to not influence the results. The microcontroller lets me turn on any number of LEDs on each of the panels, and the more I turn on, the more power is consumed. And wired into (one) of the panels is an ammeter, so I can see exactly how much current is getting pulled through. The full rig is shown in one of the photos below. You can see in that picture the two panels and the two USB cables plugged into the battery. In that photo I have random colors on the LEDs, at low brightness, so each panel is only drawing a small amount of current. For the actual tests, make the LEDs show full-brightness white, which uses the most power.
The picture that shows 2.47 on the ammeter is showing the most current I could draw from the port on the "logo" side of the power bank.
The picture that shows 2.50 on the ammeter is showing the most current I could draw from the port on the "bargraph" side of the power bank. There is a very small difference in how much I could pull, but it is negligible. Also it should be noted that it is printed on the case that the ports can deliver 2.4A, and I got more than that from both of them, so the battery is performing a little over spec in this respect.
The last picture shows me pulling current out of both ports at the same time. I was able to get the draw up to 1.55A from each port. That adds up to 3.1A total, which is exactly to spec. If I drew more (by turning on more LEDs), the overcurrent protection would kick in and the battery would shut down, exactly as it is supposed to.
I have to say that I like that EasyAcc seems to really care about the quality of their product and that it meets spec. The old version provably did not, and most companies here on Amazon would have just ignored that. But EasyAcc, when they updated their product, added features (Smart current detection and the bargraph) and made *sure* it was operating at spec. And they were confident enough about it to send it to me to have it tested out, even though I ratted out the previous product. Good for them - the new battery is a winner.
I hope you've found this review useful. Thanks for reading.
Essentially, I had been carrying this power bank the entire time in the front pocket of my backpack from the airport there and on the way back. I used it non-stop and was pleased with how it held up for the most part. However, there were some large scratches (photos to come) on the front which surprised me due to the minimal use. I try to be as gentle as possible with my electronics, but I'm sure it was a fault of mine as opposed to the manufacturers. Although I never got the opportunity to really use the flashlight, I found it to be a convenient addition in the case of an electrical blackout.
As far as usage goes, I was very pleased with the overall performance of the battery pack. I walked around using my phone frequently as both a map and camera, and not once did I run out of battery. Another thing to keep in mind are the multiple USB ports. These proved to be incredibly effective as I could charge both my phone and camera at the same time with incredible ease. I found that it took around two hours to get a full charge on my iPhone Six Plus, which is similar to the in-wall charging time.
All in all, I was pleased with the performance and manufacturing of this product. This is one of the better battery packs I've come across and it definitely served its purpose on my recent trip. To summarize, I've added the list of pros and cons below.
- great for traveling as it is compact and relatively light
- able to recharge phone several times
- faster than many other battery packs I've used
- two ports for USB allowing for multiple devices to be charged simultaneously
- takes a long time to charge the actual battery pack
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I have been using this for almost a year now, no issues get about 4 to 5 full charging of a cell phone without having to recharge this...Read more