- Size (LWH): 5.6 inches, 4.8 inches, 1.6 inches
- Weight: 13.6 ounces
External Battery, New Trent iCarrier 12000mAh Portable Dual USB Port External Battery Charger/Power Pack for Smartphones, iPhone 6, Iphone 6 Plus, S5, Nexus 6, Note 4, Tablets, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, and more (Now w/Micro-USB charge port)
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- Heavy Duty 5V@2A-1A Dual USB External Battery Charger, charges 2 devices simultaneously. 2A output for iPad/Tablet and 1A output for iPhone/smartphones.
- Compatible with most Smartphone's (Apple, Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG, Nokia, Blackberry, Sony, etc...) and 5V Tablets and compatible devices.
- No iPhone/iPad adapter or cable is included, but the iCarrier IMP120D is compatible with the original Apple Lightning/30-pin cables.
- AC wall charger is not included, but the iCarrier IMP120D can be recharged from any standard 5V/2A USB charge ports: computer USB ports and USB wall chargers.
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Unrivaled Power & Speed
The iCarrier packs an impressive 12, 000mAh of power and has a hefty life span of around 500 charge cycles.
Built to Last
The iCarrier can take a bashing. With its sturdy build, fingerprint-resistant black matte finish, and simple yet portable design.
Highly Efficient Design
The iCarrier boast a -2.1A and 1A- charge port to charge two devices simultaneously. New Trent engineers meticulously designed the iCarrier to ensure high performance during dual charging - this means no increase charge time when charging two devices. Now that's efficiency!
The iCarrier is compatible with most Apple, Android and Windows Smartphone's and 5V Tablet, goPro, GPS, portable game consoles, etc...
* For Apple devices, please use the original Apple Lightning or 30-pin cables.
**Some phone/tablet/devices may require a special converter cable to be compatible
Outputs: 5V@2.1A and 5V@1A
Dimensions: 3.9 x 3.6 x 1.1 inches
For optimal charging we suggest charging the battery from a high speed USB wall adapter or charger (Not Included)
- New Trent's USB wall charger
- New Trent's Car charger.
Be sure to find the official New Trent logo to ensure a 10 month warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
The unit is compact, just a bit bigger than a pack of cards making it easy to stow in even the smallest luggage, although it's modestly heavy as it is after all essentially a quite dense Lithium polymer battery. Despite the added weight in my bag, I generally take this with me on trips and like the flexibility it gives me. There are a bunch of statistics about what it can do on the box (e.g. "up to an additional 50 hours of video playtime," etc.) and I have no doubt that they are accurate, but the real point is that I have never come close to completely depleting the charge in mine. It does come with a USB charging cable and a carrying pouch, though not an AC wall adapter.
I use mine for a mix of devices, but probably most for my iPhone 5. New Trent recommends that you use it only with original Apple cables. I don't know how critical that is, but I have done so with no problems. The unit has worked flawlessly for me and is intuitive to use (it does have an incredibly brief instructional manual included, but you probably won't need it.) If you don't mind a bit of added weight in your bag (remember not to put it in checked luggage on a plane) I think the utility of this battery more than makes up for the inconvenience of carrying yet another electronic device.
After 6 months the product started having problems and after 8 months of purchase it died on me. Probably after around 90-100 cycle of charge-discharge. Needless to say I was disappointed in the quality of the product.
I went through the amazon reviews to see if others were having the same problem as me and not surprisingly there were some unlucky souls out there that were having it worse than me. On the bright side I read that the company was actively monitoring the review activity and helping their customers (Instant hit with me!). I decided to write them as well, the worse that'd happen is I'd not get a refund/replacement. I contacted the people at iTrent and they filed my case and assured to take care of the matter. Later the case became a cold case and I moved on as well.
I recently moved to a new place and while unpacking, my old itrent rolled out. That reminded me of the email so I re-initiated the conversation (mind you this is probably over a year from purchase) and gave them my case file number and all the details. The customer service was astounding. They were so supportive and just wanted to make sure I'm not milking the system but have a legit problem. After they were assured that the product in-fact was defective and that I had registered an earlier complaint, they arranged for the return and sent me a replacement. Now, that in my eyes is enough to say that the company is actively supporting the customer's purchase and not in the market to rip off people.
A+ to iTrent and their customer support. I am very impressed by their business ethics. I'll definitely but from them again, considering they're always there to support their product and the customers.
I took a sharpie and re-identified the ports because the port labeled 'output 1' is a 1amp port and the one labeled 'output 2' is a 2.1amp port which is important if you are recharging an ipad versus and iphone. And I think they could have used better LED lights to indicate that the unit is on or how much juice is left because those little blue LED lights are absolutely not visible in January at the top of a mountain when your heli-skiing. You're pupils will be so constricted( even with goggles and sun-blades) that there is just no way to tell if the unit is on after the 3 second hold of the power button. You have to look for the lightening bolt on your iphone and see if it is charging. But once you figure this out, this is the big power you need for multiple electronics during a long day in the elements.