Works perfect, very sustainable additionally have lost my in on asphalt extremely many times and it still works!
Discharged immensely fast. At least one star per day, ie at least 25% units / day. So to bring this fully loaded, for example, On a camping trip's pointless. It will of course do not use it until after 1-3 days normally, and then you let it rest again. So if you're lucky, you get 1-2 uploads from it. The manufacturer does not state what type of battery cell is in on the website, so it is very possible that they switched to cheaper battery cells and writes itself free. Unfortunately, tossed all the papers that I got with so can not check if they entered something there. But this would be Li-Ion doubt I now strongly. But that is what is stated on prisjakt. No vendor seems to indicate the type of cell, either.
Works fine to charge your phone,
+ Large battery
+ 2A socket for fast charging
- The size is oergonomisk would have fit better as rectangular and flatter.
- Heavy for its size!
warning however for those that plan to charge the iPad Air / iPad Air 2 these draws more than 2 Amperes, and is therefore not to charge: the charge is turned on and off in rapid procession. If you know that there is absolutely nothing you would complain about.
Was around a turn and Pokemon inserted and managed to upload an iPhone 5 and an iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus while we played on the phones. And there was cream left in it. Almost feel the phone recharge faster through the TP-link than from a wall outlet, but it may just be feeling.
It takes time to load but on the other hand, charging the power for at least 4 phones. Loading it on during the night so it's no problem.
TP-Link Power banking is big, heavy and ugly right. But it does its job and its capacity is weighing up its cosmetic flaws.
Good, stylish and affordable battery charger with flashlight and function to "fast charge" mobiles with 2A.
- Actually charge that you can get out of it: More than 7400 mAh (more info below)
- The time it takes to charge the battery with rapid charger: 7 hours and 10 minutes (more info below)
- Hard to find ficklamps- / battery status button when it's dark, it is difficult to "feel" to it.
- You do not see a difference if the battery is 75% full or 100% full, four status lights for anything over 75%. Otherwise, the status lights are relatively accurate.
I managed to download my Nexus-6 mobile (3220mAh) a total of 230%, ie from fully discharged to fully charged 2 times, and then a further 30%. The cell phone was turned off for the charges to avoid drawing any battery. This is just like gtoxed88 says in his review normally.
The test to recharge the battery was with my quick charger that came Nexus 6 (spec'd 5V / 1.6A or 9V / 1.6A or 12V / 1.2A, unclear which of these three modes actually charged battery). With the rapid charger that came with the Samsung S6 took it all 20,5h to charge it, even though it is spec'd to 2A / 5V which TP-Link says it should be required to fast charge the battery. Maybe it's the fault of the charger (which I have not seen with any other device), or so it actually makes a difference to the Nexus-6 charger can handle higher voltage.
I have not checked exactly how long it takes to charge your phone (Nexus 6) with extra battery, but it does seem to take "a few hours" (less than 4 hours). I feel that it is slower than usual rapid charger which plugs into the power outlet (even though the battery pack is 2A / 5V).
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