Power bank is a lifesaver for dead batteries.
I don’t know how many times my phone has died on me. Like most people, I live vicariously through my phone. It always there for me in my personal and professional life. I can’t remember a day in the recent past that I didn’t have my trusty iPhone by my side or in my hands. With everything that iPhones do it’s only natural that they have become an extension of ourselves. With that being said, when the battery is dangerously low or dead it feels like an existential crisis. Like a part of us has just died. I need a way to keep my social media updated, that important text to go thru, or that favorite video that we need a quick pick me up. No later where I am I usually carry a charging block and lightning cable handy as I struggle to find a free outlet in arms reach.
Olala’s Power Bank comes to my rescue. With 13000 mAH’s of power waiting to charge all of my iOS devices anytime anywhere I can get on with my life. With such a large capacity of mAH’s I can charge any of my devices and still have enough juice to save another device from a dead battery, often multiple times. The Lithium-ion battery provides a life cycle around 500 times make it a very worthwhile investment that will stick around for some time. Charging the battery does take about 7 hours from dead to fully charged. This isn’t that big of a deal if plugged in before bed. It’ll be good to go and ready to start the day with you.
The really handy feature of the Power Bank is the built in Lightning Cable. While almost all of my devices are Lightning, I never have to carry around a cable. The downside is that it is only a 1.0A charge making it a little slower. There is also a built-in USB port to charge multiple devices at the same time. The upside to this besides another port is that it charges at 2.4A, given a quick top off to your devices. The power bank protects your devices while charging from overcharging, over discharging, and short circuits. With a lot of the competitors, it’s hot and misses if your device will fry.
Olala’s Power Bank is little but larger and bulkier that the pocket batteries flossing the market right now. The downside is that you can’t just slide it into a pocket and go. Having the capability to charge multiple devices at once makes up for having to tuck it in a purse or a bag. The Power Bank will always be in my briefcase ready to save the day.
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