- Size (LWH): 4.33 inches, 0.87 inches, 2.8 inches
- Weight: 10.88 ounces
Intocircuit 11200mAh 4.8A Dual USB Portable Charger External Battery Power Bank, Gray
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- "Tough Guy" design: aluminum alloy brushed shell and cubic hard outline with LED flashlight, altogether only 11oz.
- PORTABLE & TRAVEL FRIENDLY: Perfect device built to last you days to keep all your devices charged. Smartphones can be charged up to 5 full times. Dual USB outputs charge two smart devices simultaneously
- INTELLIGENT DISPLAY: 11200mAh capacity with intelligent battery display, to give you updates about your battery percentage levels.
- ALUMINUM ALLOY EXTERIOR: sleek aluminum alloy brushed exterior with dual USB output and a convenient LED light
- RELIABLE AND FRIENDLY CUSTOMER SERVICE ready to respond within a 24 hour time frame. 30-Day Money Back Guarantee, 18 Month Replacement Warranty and Lifetime Support Guarantee.
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|Color Selection||Black, Orange||Gray, Silver||Gray||Gray||Black, Orange|
|Size||4.92 x3.14x1.02 in||4.33 x 0.87 x 2.8in||5.1 x 0.9 x 3.1in||5.04 x 0.87 x 2.8in||7.3 x 4.6 x1 in|
|Weight||3.53 oz||10.88 oz||11.5 oz||14.08 oz||28.7 oz|
|Smart LCD Display||No||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Max Charging Speed||5V/1A||5V/2.1A||5V/2.4A||5V/2.4A||5V/2.1A|
|# of iPhone 6 charges||1.1||3.8||5||5.8||12|
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|Sold By||Thousandshores Inc||Thousandshores Inc||AnkerDirect||AnkerDirect|
|Item Dimensions||0.87 x 4.33 x 2.8 in||0.87 x 5.04 x 2.8 in||3.2 x 3.8 x 0.9 in||2.36 x 3.62 x 0.87 in|
|Item Weight||0.68 lb||0.88 lb||0.56 lb||6.4 ounces|
INTOCIRCUIT - Intelligent Circuits
With a sleek aluminum alloy brushed exterior, the Intocircuit Power Castle 11200 mAh gives you the power to charge your mobile devices wherever you are. In addition to indoor use, the Intocircuit Power Castle is also built for outdoor use such as camping, jogging, traveling, and much more.
Suitable for Retina iPad Air Mini 2, HTC One, One 2 (M9), Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, S6 S5 S4 S3, Tab 4 3 2 Pro, Nexus 10 7 5 4, MOTO X G Droid, PS Vita, Nokia Lumia 520 1020, Motorola Razr; LG G3 Optimus, PSP, and more Smartphones & Tablets (Apple Lightning Cable Not Provided)
Charges all iPhone 4 to 5 times; 3 to 4 times for Samsung; Once for iPad/2nd/mini; 450-500% to most mobile phones' battery life. The best travel buddy if you'll be on the road for two days or longer.
Reliable, Fast and Inexpensive
The Intocircuit Power Castle offers the most mAh-per-dollar without being bulky. Devices begin charging automatically, and a built-in LCD screen informs users of the remaining battery time.
- Compatible with all Apple and Android smartphones, tablet and other USB charged devices with 5V charge input.
- The iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle, Fitbit, Samsung and Asus tablet and some GPS and Bluetooth devices are not supported.
- 1 x Intocircuit PC11200 External Battery Charger
- 1 x Micro USB Charging Cable
- 1 x Handy Carrying Pouch
- 1 x User Manual
- 1 x One Year Warranty Card
Top Customer Reviews
As of when I'm writing this, the battery is running a bit over twenty bucks. I paid almost twice that, and I'm *still* happy with it. Contrary to the "most helpful unfavorable review" currently listed for this, I'm not going to receive $10 back for a five star review. Or anything other than $0 and no acknowledgement of my review. Maybe they used to do that. I don't know.
What I do know is that I've got a lot of externals. A lot. Many different varieties from many different years. Of them, this is one of my favorites in terms of build construction and design. It's solid but not really any heavier than similar capacities - I'm not going to pull out a scale and derive mAh/mg specs, but the in-hand feel is that this weighs about what it should. I like the percentage-remaining display. Is it accurate? I don't know, but it seems to count down in a repeatable fashion with various devices and loads, so it at least appears more useful than 4 blinking lights as an indicator. I'm going to guess that it's about as accurate as the battery indicator on your smartphone.
The two ports output what they say they output. I rarely have more than two things to charge at once, so the fact there are only two ports doesn't bother me. More are great, but, to be honest, I use just one port about 95% of the time.
One of the things *I* like is that you can charge the battery while charging two other devices. This is great for travel situations - plug the battery in, plug two things into it, awaken to three charged things using one wall adapter. I travel a lot with my family to Disney World, which for some reason (too many people, too few towers, I suspect) causes cell phone batteries to bleed out rapidly, so we all have externals there. This allows me to only use one wall spot to charge the battery *and* the phone *and* some other thing like a tablet. Super, super useful.
The attached photo shows the battery being charged (well, fine, it was at 100%, but I didn't want to wait 20 minutes to take the photo) while charging a Nexus 6 and a ThorFire BD04. The display shows that the "in" port is in use (charging the battery), and that the two "out" ports are in use, charging the devices. When either device, or the incoming power, are disconnected, those parts of the display aren't shown. Super nice feature.
In the end, this is an external battery. There are more options for those than stars in the sky... or so it seems. This one seems to have the capacity it claims, at least roughly, based on what it will recharge before going empty. It has a quality case and a usable display. It has a high-power and a lower-power port. It charges things when you plug them in and doesn't require you to press a button to start - at least for devices like smartphones. Very low-draw devices like Pebble watches might require you to start the charging process manually. It itself can be charged while charging devices.
UPDATE after settling for only 75% charge. Went to use it about 5 hrs later. The pack was dead. The only parts that are still usable is the cord and the velvet bag that almost fits my new battery pack.
I find this charger to look quite visually appealing. I enjoy the aluminum alloy brushed exterior. I’m a little surprised at by how small and sturdy it is for its capacity. It fits into my pockets, but if I’m wearing jeans it’s a little tight and I definitely don’t forget it’s there. Bonus points for the carrying pouch (nice color & softness) and for the fact it comes with its own USB cable.
There is a tiny physical button to press and hold for 2-3 seconds to turn on and off. A blue screen illuminates while it is on and a digital output of the battery % of the charger is shown. You can also double click the power button to turn on the light feature. While unnecessary I did find it to be a nice little added extra feature in case I did ever need it.
As for the charge, it does a great job! I didn’t necessarily need the extra port (1 is 2.1A; the other is 1.0A rated) but I do travel with friends so it could be used, which ended up being the deciding factor for purchasing this one over 2-3 other ones I was looking at. On my phone I have a 7500mAh battery pack and this charger can recharge it once with a little left over, so my guess would be that the 11200mAh capacity is accurate (I’ve had battery chargers underperform there stated capacity before).
If you’re looking for a mix between portability and capacity, with some sleek looks and features – this would be a solid choice!
~ Extremely large capacity - even with my Note 4 it holds enough juice for multiple charges
~ Charges my phone like advertised
~ Automatically turns on and off
~ Large and clunky. Some of my coworkers have external power banks small enough to attach to the phone or keep in their pocket. This is not one of those types. Luckily I carry around a backpack and I have a long cord so I can keep this in my bag while it is charging. I would imagine this would be hard to use if you don't have a bag or purse and are on the move.
~ Heavy. It isn't like lifting weights but it is substantially heavier than smaller batteries. This makes sense since it also has a larger capacity but it is noticeable.
In the end this worked fine for me due to my circumstances. I have a large phone battery so I needed a large external battery. I also am constantly on the move but I carry a backpack so it is easy to stick it in there. I wouldn't recommend this battery to someone with a smaller phone or for someone who is hoping to use this while on the move (unless you have a large enough bag or pocket to carry it in).