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About this product


Product overview

• 13,200mAh capacity gives you enough power to charge a smartphone or tablet and increase its usage time
• Internal quick charge rechargeable lithium ion battery with no memory effect
• Dual USB output sockets for charging up to two devices simultaneously
• Multiple LED indication lights show the charge status and remaining power level of the power bank
• Weighs just 320g, its compact design measures only 166mm x 64mm x 26mm

What is a power bank?
A power bank is a device with an internal battery that will keep your portable devices, such as smartphones and dash cams, charged while you are on the go. The power bank itself is charged up through USB power and is compact in design, allowing you to carry it around with you. The LED indicator lights will allow you to see the charge status of any attached device, and also shows how much power is left in the power bank.

How does it connect to my device?
This power bank has two full-size USB sockets to plug any USB devices in through. The sockets on this power bank are 1A and 2A, allowing for charging of higher power devices such as tablets while simultaneously allowing the charging of a smartphone.

Is it rechargeable?
This power bank has a built-in lithium-ion battery, which can be charged and discharged over 500 times with no loss of performance. The power bank includes a micro USB cable to connect the power bank directly into a mains USB plug, PC or laptop and recharge the power bank to full capacity.


Power Specifications

Battery Type:

Lithium ion

Battery Capacity:




Power Bank

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Product Specifications

Charging Indicator:


Battery Indicator:



Input Connections:

Micro USB

Output Connections:

2 x USB

Will this charge a iPhone 7

Asked by: Steve 121
This should be fine for that yes.
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-10-07
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