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Maplin Power Bank with Keyring 2200mAh

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Overview

Product overview

• Slimline portable power bank
• 2200mAh capacity, charges your smartphone up to two times
• Includes Micro USB to USB charge cable and keyring lanyard
• Built in USB socket suitable for all digital devices that are USB powered
• 5V 1A output and input
• Illuminating LED to indicate charge status
• Suitable for charging devices on the move, phones, tablets, cameras
• Power bank is a great back up for travel, festivals or all outdoor activities without a power source
• 90% charge capacity after one month on standby

Portable power in your pocket, handbag or rucksack. The Maplin 2200mAh Power Bank is designed to recharge your favourite phone or tablet on the move especially when you have no access to mains power. It's small handheld form is tidy enough to include where ever you go, ensuring you never run out of battery during your travels.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from I popped into maplin today, and seeing as I had some money, and I'd wanted one for a while, I bought this. It is a very good product, and even though it isn't mentioned in the box, it will charge an iPad! The charge time at first seemed a long time, but it powered my iPhone 4, an iPad mini and a Raspberry Pi, much to my surprise. I would highly recommend this product, and the only reason why I would say hold off on purchasing is so you can get a larger one. Other than that it is perfect
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little power pack. It has managed to fully charge my mobile phone from almost empty to full and does not take long to recharge. Very good value for money.
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very cheap ..... i've managed to get 2 full charges out of it for my HTC desire smartphone, great for the money.
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A very useful compact emergency phone charges when you have no source of external electricity. Do beware that, along with all these devices, you will never be able to extract the complete quoted battery capacity. This is certainly the case with this one. Although it is rated at 2200mAh and my phone battery is rated at 1500mAh it is only capable of charging my phone to 80% capacity. For the price an 80% charge is good value, in my opinion.
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It charges my phone at a comparable speed to a PC, so as long as you don't wait until the battery is almost empty it works nicely. Sadly it only charges my phones 1500mAh battery approximately 85% (after factoring in the phones normal discharge during standby) but I think this is one of those complex technical aspects of batteries that most of us don't have the knowledge to truly understand.
Date published: 2014-11-11
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Specification

Number Of Inputs: 1
Number Of Outputs: 1
Voltage Output: 5V
Current Output: 1A
Charging Time: 4hrs
Colour: Black
Product Width 24mm
Product Depth 22mm
Product Height 96mm
Product Weight 84g
Number of Charging Life Cycles: 1000 times
Number of Smartphone / iPhone charges: 1
Number of Tablet / iPad charges: 0
Charge time on USB 500ma: 7 hours
Charging time Mains 1A: 4 hours
Operating Temperature: -15 - 50°C

How do you charge the power bank up?

Asked by: Julie
You plug the item into a usb port with the cable provided to charge it up.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2015-07-17

Will this charge the iPad?
Asked by: Les Strachan
Potentially , it would depend on the Amps of your ipod model, if it is 2.2a then yes , anything higher it wouldonly trickle charge (slow top up).
Answered by: NG
Date published: 2015-07-17

your paper catalogue states "Lithium Ion" but the online description omits this. Which is it?
Asked by: Mike
This is powered by a Lithium Ion battery as included in the paper based content.
Answered by: RS
Date published: 2015-07-17

is this suitable for iphones 5c 5s and 6
Asked by: Louise Potter
As this is only 1 amp output and the Iphone 5 or above require 2.1 amps, this would only trickle charge the phone and keep it topped up, it would never be able to actually recharge the phone.
Answered by: RS
Date published: 2015-07-17

Does this power the raspberry Pi
Asked by: James radley
This should work fine with the Pi. RW
Answered by: RW
Date published: 2015-07-17
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