Last weekend, I had to travel back to the swamp city of Washington, DC after a nice summer weekend in Connecticut. In the past, I have had to be parsimonious about using my electronic devices during travel time. I certainly would not want my iPhone to die before I reach my destination, especially since it was my prime method of navigating my way home. But thanks to the modern-day invention of the portable power bank (and the subsequent fact that the technology they use has gotten very good), I do not have to worry.
This power bank is first in class. At 24000 mAh capacity, it provides ultra high capacity and power, with the ability to charge not just your smartphone but also your tablet and even your laptop with its 80W AC output. Imagine being able to take your very own wall outlet anywhere you go. That’s the power this offers.
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Check out some of the customer reviews. Amazon top 500 reviewer Minnesota Mike wrote, “Plenty of storage capacity, rapid charging feature and a built in power inverter!”:
I really love gadgets! I still have and use my portable MP3 player, I have two work phones, a tablet, my personal phone…and this doesn’t even take into account my wife’s phone or the kids tablet. Needless to say, we are not always around a vehicle or home power to keep things charged up. I have a couple smaller 5 and 8,000mAh power banks but I needed something with more capacity, so I thought I would give this unit a try.
Many smart phones today have a battery capacity of 3,000mAh. My tablet holds almost 13,000mAh of battery charge! This Omars unit holds a whopping 24K mAh of capacity and as a big added bonus, it has a small power inverter so you can even plug in a small 110 volt (household power) item. This won’t charge a big laptop because it can only handle 88-120 watts of peak 110v power, but it’s a nice plus. I’ve already used it to charge my dog’s E-collar as well as my portable flashlight. It’s a really nice bonus.
The two USB outputs can rapidly charge your device by putting out 2.2 amps of power. I confirmed this with a meter and my smart phone also says “charging rapidly”, so I know it’s working well. The size of this power bank is about the same size as a tablet and a bit thicker, so it’s not going to fit in your pocket. It’s not too heavy and packs nicely in my suitcase or in my backpack. I’m looking forward to taking it on a camping trip where it will hold plenty of power to keep our phones charged up. I have a sneaking feeling I’ll be charging everyone else’s phone too!
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Brock M wrote, “Nice to bring camping or traveling”:
Whenever I go camping I bring my smaller battery pack with me so that I can charge my phone. I use my phone to take many pictures and videos and don’t want to run out of battery (also good for emergencies). However, my smaller, 10,000 mAh pack has been starting to run out on me on longer trips or when I use my phone more often. I wanted to get a bigger battery pack that had more power and could also charge multiple devices. I really liked that this one had the outlet as well as the USB plug ins. It is bigger than I expected so I only bring it when I have my car at the campsite. If I’m backpacking, I stick with the smaller battery pack to save some weight.
This battery pack is also nice to bring on trips including in the car or on a plane. If you need to use a laptop in the car or on a plane then you definitely need to have a pack like this that allows you to plug your wall charger into it.
Overall I am very pleased with this battery pack. While it may not be your everyday battery pack due to its size, it comes in handy when you need it! I’d definitely recommend it to anyone who travels a lot or would like some extra power when camping!
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