New Trent PowerPak Xtreme 12000mAh Rugged Water/Dirt/Shockproof Dual USB Port External Battery Charger/Power Pack for Smartphones, Tablets and more. (Black-Grey)
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- Rugged Series 5V@2A-1A Dual USB Charger charges 2 devices simultaneously. 2A output is for iPad/Tablet and 1A output is for iPhone/smartphones.
- Compatible with most smartphone's (Apple, Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG, Nokia, Blackberry, Sony, etc...) and 5V Tablets compatible devices.
- Rigid and durable build makes the PowerPak Xtreme water proof, dirt proff, and shock proof. The ideal companion for those who enjoy camping, hiking, biking, and many other outdoor activities.
- No iPhone/iPad adapter or cable is included, but the PowerPak Xtreme NT120R is compatible with the original Lightning/30-pin connector Apple manufactured charge cables.
- No AC wall charger is provided, but the PowerPak Xtreme NT120R can be recharged using the supplied micro-USB charge cable with any standard 5V/2A USB charge ports, including most computer USB ports and USB wall chargers.
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Meet The Tank
The PowerPak Xtreme acts like a tank without feeling like one. Weighing in at just 9 ounces, it's a heavy-hitter with 12,000 mAh of charge capacity and dual USB ports that can keep your devices up and running 24/7.
Drop Resistant and Water Proof
The PowerPak Xtreme is designed to endure extreme conditions and environments. Sporting a sealed case the Powerpak Xtreme can be submerged in 3 feet of water for an hour!
With its thick, thermoplastic casing, this device can adeptly handle impact and drops of up to one meter.
Built For The Rugged
Designed by the adventurer, for the adventurer. The PowerPak Xtreme can accompany you to high altitudes, fight off bad weather, and remain unscathed after staying clipped to the outside of your backpack all day long.
Powerpak Xtreme 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: 5.2 x 2.8 x 1.2 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
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It is a great power resource to keep your USB recharged devices operating on those long work or school days or while you are traveling. This battery pack is a powerful source of power and many people like me are power users of their smart phones and tablets and need a battery like this. If you are constantly using your phone or tablet then you know that they will run out of power sometime during the day or evening. If you are not near an AC wall outlet with your charger or in your car with a charger what can you do? It is especially important to have some way to recharge if you are traveling in a plane, in the middle of a school classroom or on a bus or train. In addition many of the newer tablets are real power hungry devices and it takes a lot to recharge them.
Here is a powerful battery pack with two USB ports. It can charge your tablet devices or charge your smart phone and if you want it can do both of them simultaneously. I charged two iPhones at the same time in my testing. One USB output is rated at 5 VDC and 2.1 Amps and the other is rated at 5 VDC and 1 Amp. It uses Lithium-Ion battery technology and carries a 12000 mAh capacity. This is a large sized battery pack and it weighs in weighs in at 11 1/2 ounces. This battery pack will fit easily into a brief case, back pack or a computer bag.Read more ›
I put it through the "how rugged are you really?" test. I soaked it and then threw it. No, not a little toss, a throw. It bounced like crazy and rolled like something out of a Nascar accident scene. It hit so hard the door to the ports popped open, but fortunately for me it didn't break off. It is both waterproof and water resistant. Beneath the port door are what I am assuming are silicon inserts that seal the ports when the door is closed.
If you are holding the New Trent PowerPak Xtreme in the palm of your hand with the logo to the top right face on the bevel, you will find the power "button" on the lower left side beneath the bevel. The door to the ports is on the center front. The ports are labeled on the port door; the 5V1A is on the right, the 5V2.1V on the left. When you press the button the LED lights go on, but will not remain on. They do not flash, but rather are static.
And so, how did my PowerPak Xtreme work after being doused and thrown? Quite well, thank you. I was some impressed. I usually do my informal testing with my iPad, but added an iPhone 4 to see what it could do. A 12000mAh battery pack does have a lot of power and gave an impressive performance. All in all, I was mega-satisfied with this battery pack. Just when you think battery packs can't get any better ... they do.Read more ›
I thought I'd try it for the week at home before taking it to the back country, for the next 4 nights I used my NT120R to charge my iPhone 5s every night in lieu of my standard wall outlet. Most evenings I connected it I still had 15-40% battery depending on my usage through the day. I didn't measure charge times but every morning I woke up with a fully charged battery. After 4 nights of using it I still had 3/4 lights [capacity] on it, impressive.
For the next portion I fully charged it and took it to a remote part of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area up in northern Minnesota. I used the NT120R to charge my iPhone 5s on the 4+ hour drive up north and subsequently the next 2 nights. While the temps did dip down into the upper 20F's I didn't notice a drop in battery capacity. I do believe the time to recharge my phone was a little slower but that is expected. One night I kept the NT120R and my iPhone 5s in my sleeping bag with me [charging] and the other I just rolled it up in a fleece jacket in my tent. Both mornings I awoke with a full battery charge on my phone to take photos for the day and navigate. I also used the NT120R to charge my iPhone 5s once we got out of the woods and on the drive home. I still had over half a battery left on the NT120R with a couple more charges left I believe.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great battery, takes a bearing and keeps my dying iPod alive for hours and hours.Published 1 month ago by Brandon
Almost three years old and still going strong charges and looks brand new. Really happy with this purchase. Can't go wrong with this one.Published 2 months ago by Flyers57
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