|Item model number||US-LIZ-EXP08S-APP-LIZ|
|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.6 x 4.8 x 0.8 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.6 x 4.8 x 0.8 inches|
Lizone 26000mAh Portable External Battery Charger for Apple MacBook series
|Sale:||$149.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- DC Voltage Output: 12~24 Volts (Max 90W)
- Capacity: 26000mAh
- DC Voltage Output: 12~24 Volts (Max 90W)
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MacBook Pro 15-inch 15.4" Mid 2014 Late 2013 Early 2013 Late 2012 Mid 2012 Retina A1398 Mid 2012 Late 2011 Early 2011 Mid 2010 Mid 2009 Early 2009 Late 2008 Early 2008 Aluminum Unibody A1286 or or Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch 15.4" Early 2008 Late 2007 Mid 2007 Late 2006 Early 2006 Aluminum non-Unibody A1150 A1211 A1226 A1260…
MacBook Pro 17-inch 17" Late 2011 Early 2011 Mid 2010 Mid 2009 Early 2009 Late 2008 Early 2008 Aluminum Unibody A1297 or Apple MacBook Pro 17-inch 17" Early 2008 Late 2007 Mid 2007 Late 2006 Early 2006 Aluminum non-Unibody A1151 A1212 A1261 A1229…
Apple MacBook 13"-inch 13.3" Mid 2010 Late 2009 Mid 2009 Early 2009 Late 2008 Late 2007 Mid 2007 Late 2006 Early 2006 White Pre-Unibody A1342 A1181 MacBook 13"-inch 13.3" Late 2008 Early 2008 Late 2007 Mid 2007 Aluminum Unibody A1278 MacBook 13"-inch 13.3" Late 2006 Black Pre-Unibody…
HP Compaq (Work with 7.4x5.0mm DC-IN Power Socket Jack Laptops)
IBM Lenovo (Work with 7.9x5.5mm DC-IN Power Socket Jack Laptops)
USB Port compatible Apple iPad and iPhone or other devices:
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Top Customer Reviews
The Hyperjuice was recommended to me by a friend, but after some research on it, they were lacking a direct DC to Macbook Magsafe2 adapter due to some patent issue. So they had some work around that required building a whole extra attachment box just to plug your computer in. I wanted something much simpler, with less areas that were just asking for failure. Plus they wanted you to actually get a power adapter from apple, and then cut it to work for their battery. Macbook chargers aren’t cheap enough to buy and then mangle and make useless.
The Anker is a pretty compact package, but it was 1/3 the amount of battery capacity. Plus it has a hard switch between voltages for it’s DC output, which made me wonder why it couldn’t figure it out for itself. Which the Lizone could do. Also, I don’t like buying into an older generation of technology. Why they decided to make the new one not compatible with laptop charging is beyond me.
And the Versa is more expensive and a very strange size format. It’s smaller than the the Macbook Pro so it can’t really sit right under it. Plus you can only get it one place, by special order. I’ve used them before, as most rental places in LA will have them to send out, but they just aren’t as compact and easy to deal with.
Finally arriving at the Lizone battery, which I’ve been very pleased with. My only issue was the MagSafe 2 adapter cable wasn’t included in the original packaging, but it looks like they have a special offer right now to include it when you order the battery. So make sure to enter the code with them both in your cart. I didn’t do this because I didn’t notice the promo, thinking I’d just get a MagSafe to MagSafe 2 adapter from Apple, which is 10 bucks. I went and picked it up and then started thinking how easy it would be to lose it and have a useless battery when I needed it. So I ended up ordering the magsafe 2 after the fact.
The DC output on the Lizone automatically sets anywhere from12-24V which is great because I believe the Macbook Pro needs 19 or 20 and I wanted to make sure not to hamper it’s charging. The USB charger output is 5V with 2.1 Amps. The iPhone ships with a 1 Amp charger, but charges way faster on a 2.1 charger that usually comes with iPads, so it’s great to have that kind of output on this device.
I work as a digital tech on photoshoots. So I needed the battery to keep the laptop up and running during long outdoor shoots. My laptop battery is down to about 80% of it’s original battery capacity, and when using it outside, needing full brightness and to power an external hard drive, it tends to drain within 3 or 4 hours. On the first job I brought this battery to, I let the built in battery get down to about 50% and then plugged in the battery. It easily recharged my internal battery, while continuing with the shoot for another 4 hours or so. At the end of the day, the Lizone battery was somewhere around 50% and my laptop internal was at 100%. It was great! If you’re in the same industry and looking this battery fits perfectly into the large top pocket of a Seaport i-Visor Mag case. Which leaves a short distance to the power plug on the laptop to run the cable so you don’t have miscellaneous cords falling all over the place. It’s essentially the perfect size and power to bring on the job. This is what I was talking about regarding the Versa battery. I didn’t want it to sit under the laptop in the case and make it all wobbly and it’s too large to fit into this top pocket. Also, I was worried about heat when you put the laptop directly onto of a battery. Overheating is never good for any technology, the battery or the laptop.
I tend to charge gear up right before a shoot rather than right after. So a few weeks passed with the battery. staying at about 50% not needing it for a job, and then when I was leaving for a camping trip, I decided it would be a good idea to bring. So I brought it! I used it for a couple iPhone charges which it charged up quickly and effectively. And after getting back home, the battery had just gone down 1 LED indicator light leaving me with 2/5. Pretty impressive considering I have only charged it once.
One thing to take note of that was a little confusing when I first plugged it in to my laptop was one of the LED in the battery charge level set blinks while it’s charging. What was weird was it was the lowest one instead of the highest one. So I unplugged it from the laptop right away thinking it had somehow drained overnight before I needed it, but then they showed full again. So after plugging it back in, It went back to the 1 LED blinking and charged away. Just something to to know when you first use it. 1 Blinking LED is how it charges.
Also they gave me advice to not charge it and discharge it at the same time. Essentially don’t plug it in to charge, while using it to charge the laptop at the same time. 60K mAh is a huge battery so don’t be surprised when it takes several hours for it to charge fully. I tend to just plug it in the night before and when I wake up it’s all full.
The thing does get a little warm while charging a laptop but it doesn’t get too hot to touch.
It also comes with a black velvet pouch which works well for keeping it and all the supplied cords contained. I just keep the battery in my seaport case as that is where it used 99% of the time.
1. Capacity: It fully charges my Ultrabook (Lenovo X1 Carbon) twice, and it's not depleted yet! Not having to worry about power is wonderful. My Lenovo usually gives me 3-4 hours on a charge when I'm working on Matlab. On this trip I start work at 8:30am, and still have power coming back to the hotel at 9 or 10 pm. :)
2. USB charging port: It has a 5V USB port that you can use to charge phone/tablet. So at times I'm charging my laptop and my phone at the same time. It's a nice feature to have.
3. Charge through: At night, when I plug the battery in to charge, I plug in my laptop and tablet to it, and it charges them WHILE it charges. This is a great feature for me, as I only have ONE outlet in my hotel room, and this saved me. NOTE: the battery charger itself also has a 5V USB port, so technically you can be charging 3 electronics while the battery is charging, but I haven't gone all out and plugged in 3 items to it at the same time.
4. Charger: The battery charger was lighter than I expected. I tested it yesterday to see how hot it gets. I plugged in the battery to charge, and plugged my laptop and tablet to it to charge at the same time. It got a bit warm, but never actually got hot! I'm impressed with the charger quality.
5. Build quality: I like the aluminum body, it feels very well built.
6. Weight: It is a bit hefty, given that it's a 60,000 mAh battery. It adds a bit of weight if you're carrying a bag all day. My laptop bag is a roller, so that's not a problem for me.
7. Carry pouch: That was a nice addition. I don't have many compartments in my bag, so the battery and laptop are in there together. I was a bit worried about the battery scratching my laptop, but the carry pouch took care of tha. It's good quality (soft to touch, I'm not sure what material it's made of).
I honestly can't find any drawbacks to it. I've used it for 2 weeks now, and it's just great. Power was of big concern for me on this trip, I bought this based on the user reviews, but didn't know what to expect. I'm really glad I did. I'm a teacher and I have an awful lot of work to do on my laptop on a daily basis. I can't imagine struggling with power being on the road all day and not getting any work done! If you're going on a trip, and are worried about outlets, or finding power all the time, this battery is all you need!
It's 1:00pm now. I'm writing this review while chuckling to myself watching my students trying to find a place to charge their phones. Muwahaha!
When I work at a trade show, I use this to work with customers, without working about the computer running out of battery.
I highly recommend this. It is a game changer.