- Size (LWH): 4.37 inches, 0.87 inches, 2.91 inches
- Weight: 10.24 ounces
Noontec Cubee 10000mAh Ultra Portable Power Bank Works With most Smartphones, Tablets and other USB-charged devices MFI Approved
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- MFI approval
- Big capacity with small body size
- High transfer effeciency
- Easy to use
- Simple & fashion design
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I liked that Noontec Cubee has a large capacity external battery (10000mAh) in a compact body. Its size is 4.25"L x 2.875"W x 1.25"H, its weight is 8.4oz. The battery is rated as 10000 mAh. Since some power during charging is lost to inefficiencies (such as heat) it will provide approximately 7500 mAh. I was able charge my phone with 3800mAh extended battery from low levels to full twice.
The battery pack has a bright and clear charging indicator, each of the four segments indicates 25% charge. The indicator does not stay on when you charge, you can turn it back on for a few seconds by pressing the ON button.
I use the current monitor and a 10 minute charging to test to test all my chargers, this gives me two data points to compare them to each other so I can tell which chargers perform well relative to their peers. I start all test at about the same charge level to account for non-linear charging.
Samsung Nexus phone
current monitor: 0.71A/4.75V
AC charging - 2% in 10 minutes
iPad Mini tablet
current monitor: 1.12A/4.75V
AC charging - 2% in 10 minutes
Overall, even though this battery is not the speediest I have tested I like that it has a large capacity in a relatively small package. The relatively slower performance and only 1 charging port make it a 4 star for me.
This charger provided by Noontec.
Ali Julia review
-It's well built. The plastic construction is solid and feel good in the hands.
-The output is labeled iPhone\iPad out 5V.
-The input is 1.5A 5V. If that's right, it will charge faster than most battery packs out there.
-The output is 2.1A. I plugged in my Nexus 6 and it charged from 33% to 55% in 40 minutes.
Ampere app shows 1.2A to 1.25A. My A***r A***o battery pack charges at the same rate.
This is good because the cheap K****hi 10000mAh sometime dropped to 900 mAh and under. This charger stays at around 1.2A like other brandname non QC 2.0 battery packs.
-Beside 1 output. I don't have any complains.
I was surprised at the speed with which this battery charges my phones, iPad and Kindle. I didn't conduct timed tests, just noted that it's fast compared to most external batteries and a lot faster than charging these devices through my hub that's powered through a wall socket.
I recommend this battery for it's power. However, I find that I charge one device at a time normally. If a second port is very important, one will have to look further. Battery provided by Noontec.
To test how much is the battery level, press the power button once. 4 LEDs represent full and 1 indicates 25% is left. I received the battery pack with 3 LEDs on out of the box.
The Cubee is one of the simplest power bank I got. One USB output (rated at 2.1A) and one microUSB input for charging the internal battery. No multiple USB outputs, no multiple connectors and no LED flashlight, just a straightforward battery pack that do its job.
It is MFI certified (Made for iPad, iPhone, etc). (Although MFI is more critical with cables - battery packs usually have no problem charging iPads and iPhones.
A sample of this product was sent to me for review purposes.
I began by testing this with my iPad retina. It was sitting at 39%. I plugged this into it using my own lightning cable. I came back 45 minutes later and my iPad was now at 72%. NOT BAD! It still showed two bars on the power brick.
I then began using my iPad with the power pack still attached. One hour later the power brick was empty but my iPad sat at 70%.
Frankly I do not need to do any other testing. It has the power. Charges overnight when I plug it into one of my USB wall outlets. It gives me a lot of power. I can easily go all day with heavy usage and never need find a wall outlet.
A BIG plus when traveling or at conferences. I have other power cubes at the same mAh and this one appears to be just as proficient in usage.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
how can i contact the customer service of these product?
sometimes works and sometimes not..
Doesn't hold charge.
The battery has died after 3 weeks of use. I will never recommend this product.
Simply design and 2 port (think one is mini USB and other is regular size: one for iPhone and one for Android ).
It is bit heavy side, but it is 10000mAh. Read more