Limefuel LP200X USB External Battery Pack with Flashlight - Black
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- For iPad, Mini, iPhone 6, 6+, 5S, 5C, 5, 4S, Galaxy S5, S4, S3, Note 3, Nexus 4, 5, 7, 10, HTC One, One 2 (M8), Motorola Droid, LG G2, G3, MOTO X, G, E. High capacity 20,000mAh Lithium-ion battery charges two devices simultaneously. Input: 5V/2A (max), Outputs: 5V/1A and 2.1A (max). Universally compatible.
- Auto-on and auto-off preserves battery charge. Digital display indicates exact level of charge. Perfect battery pack for everyday use, travel, camping or hiking, emergencies, commuters and families.
- Stylish design with built-in safety flashlight. Compact form fits into any bag, backpack, purse or pocket. Measures 6.4 x 3.0 x 0.9 inches and weighs only 15 ounces.
- Grade A battery cells and high quality circuitry provide protection against short circuit, anti-discharge protection, anti-overcurrent protection and anti-explosion protections. 500+ lifetime use cycles
- Package includes: 1 black Limefuel Lite LP200X 20000mAh External Battery and 1 Micro USB Power Cable
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About the Limefuel Lite LP200X
Plug in and juice up! The Limefuel Lite packs a ton of power in a compact form that easily slips into a backpack, purse, or pocket. Universally compatible 1A and 2.1A output ports deliver full speed charging to most devices. Digital power display tells you exactly how much juice you have remaining. Because the Limefuel Lite charges devices anywhere, anytime and won’t be drained after just a couple uses, it is the perfect portable external battery pack for a variety of situations.
Popular Compatible Devices
Apple: iPhone 6, 6+, 5S, 5C, 5, iPhone 4, 4S, 3G, 3GS / iPad 4, 3, 2, 1 / iPad Mini / iPod
Samsung: Galaxy S5, S4, S3, S2, S / Galaxy Note 2, 1 / Galaxy Tab / Focus S / Infuse
Google: Nexus 5, 4, 7, 10
Amazon: Kindle, Kindle Fire, Kindle HD
HTC: One X, S, V / Sensation / EVO / Radar / Inspire / Vivid / Wildfire S / ThunderBolt / Incredible 2 S / Rezound / Desire / Droid DNA
Motorola: Droid Razr Maxx HD, Droid Razr HD, M, 4 / Bionic / Atrix / Triumph
Nokia: Lumia 920, 900, 710, 800 / N8 / N9
Blackberry: Z10, Q10, Bold, Torch, Curve, Playbook
Sony: Xperia Z, M, XP, L / PSP
Other: Go Pro Hero4, 3(+) / Nook, Nook Color, Nook HD, HD+ / Handheld camcorders / Point-n-shoot digital cameras / Bluetooth Speakers
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I tested this battery by charging it to full, for close to 18 hours, and it displayed 100% charge. I used it to charge my phone (Galaxy S5) which has a 2800 mAh battery and tracked how much it charged. This means I should get a full six to seven charges from 0%, but that was very far from the truth.
I've attached the math I used to check the battery life (see image), and as you can see, the battery pack only provided 8650 mAh of power, which is less than half of what it advertises as it's capacity.
It also has two ports (which is now standard) with one at 5V, 1.0A and the other at 5V, 2.1A for a slightly faster charge to your device being charged. If you do charge two devices at once, a full charge will take a bit longer than if charging just one.
The size is perfect. It just fits in your pocket without bulk. The small easily read LED monitor read from 0%-100% so there is no guessing about how much power you have left or are using. I always recharge when it gets below 20%. It takes about two hours to fully charge (but came charged at 81%). Overnight charging is the best way. All external batteries claim more than 500 cycles of charging but that would take a few years to use up. You've have to recharge it every other day for almost three years to get to that point.
All external batteries are best charged overnight from a PC or a USB AC plug-in for a wall socket. It also holds a charge a long time. This is true for most external batteries. I've had some that hold a charge a few months. This is a great item for a vehicle, a piece of luggage or general traveling (great for a long plane trip - continuous power!). Product supplied for a fair and honest review.
So because of that, I am going to review it for the price which I bought it at a while back, 28.48 at a supposed 70%.
At 15000mAH, that's pretty decent for the price, but not entirely a great deal.
While the Limefuel LP200x provides a whopping 15000mAH charge for your devices, it comes at a cost; the battery is designed to be large and bulky, meaning that it might become a hassle to carry it when traveling without a bag or backpack. In addition, most of the time, it takes up all the room in said pocket, all the while sticking out of one's pants pocket like a sore thumb. Of course, that can be managed by simply holding the it or storing it somewhere in a backpack or purse. Of course, the all of the above was simply a personal observation and review. The real reason why the quality of the product received the score it did was because of one problem I had with it: the USB ports. To clarify, while the bulky frame of the portable battery can come off as a potential hassle, it is also very sturdy, meaning the Limefuel LP200x can handle many accidents or drops without a problem (this does not mean it is indestructible), however a glaring weak point in the battery's quality are the USB ports, as mentioned earlier, that is, while on a bed, I accidentally placed my elbow directly on the cable piece attached to the USB port of the battery while I was charging my phone, which caused the port to become loose. From then on, that port would not charge anything unless it was forcibly pushing down at an angle. At first, I simply switched to the other port and ignored the problem, however, somewhere along the line, (I don't remember what happened), the same thing happened to the other port! In the end, I messaged the creators about the problem, and they offered to send me another one through their policy.
A lot of portable batteries go on sale all the time on Amazon, so you can't really trust the discount rates, however the price I paid for this battery felt like a decent one, seeing as there was a one year warranty on it.
All in all, I say it's decent for what it is. If you can find it for a price lower than what I paid for it, I'd say go for it! The problem I listed with it's quality was simply a personal experience with an unfortunately incident.
Final Thoughts: RECOMMENDED, but look for a discount!