An efficient power bank with a high capacity.

Next to my case and charging cable, a power bank is the most important accessory I have for my mobile phone. I have to admit that I have multiple types and sizes and I always carry one with me. It’s perfect for those times that you are away from a power outlet but desperately need a charge. I am amazed at how many people still don’t know what a power bank is or what it can do for them. It’s peace of mind and reassurance that you will always be reachable because your phone will always have a charge. This high capacity power bank from Poweradd is a really great charging option for most people.

Poweradd 10050 mAh Power Bank REVIEW

The Poweradd 10050 mAh Power Bank has a lot going for it. First of all, it’s compact. It’s shorter than  my iPhone 6 and about double the thickness of it. It easily fits into laptop bags, carry-alls, purses, and pockets. To me, being compact is a defining characteristic of a power bank. You don’t want it to be larger than the object you want to charge. Another great feature of this power bank is that it is a Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 device. This means that you can charge your device up to four times faster than regular power banks. This does require that your device is Quick Charge compatible (Apple devices are not). The battery does feature 4 LED indicator lights that show you how much charge it has left.

Finally, it’s important to note the capacity of this power bank. At 10,500 mAh, you can charge pretty much any device you want. An iPhone 6 will recharge almost 6 times if the Power Bank is fully charged. You can charge larger devices, like tablets, off of this power bank, too. ThePoweradd 10050 mAh Power Bank has an output of up to 3A. That is a strong enough current to charge a tablet with ease. The best part is that the port is ‘intelligent’ and it will discover what the device needs and push it out to that product. There are safeguards in place to ensure that your device does not get overcharged.

Poweradd 10050 mAh Power Bank REVIEW

During my use of this battery, I primarily charged my iPad Air 2. When I started charging, the iPad had about 8% battery. Within about 30 minutes, the iPad had more than 35% on its battery charge. I found this to be a ‘quick’ charge for my tablet. Unfortunately, you cannot charge more than one device at a time. This was a little surprising to me as many large capacity batteries provide more than one charging port for devices. I also found that while I was charging my iPad, the power bank got a little warm. It wasn’t ‘hot’ by any means, just warm. The temperature went down quickly and I think it was not due to a malfunction. I think my favorite feature of this battery is its capacity. There are many times that I forget to charge my batteries and so I am left with a dead backup battery. This one will sustain several uses before needing a charge and that is a great benefit for someone like me who is always on the go.  All in all, the Poweradd 10050 mAh Power Bank is a very nice option for charging devices when they are drained.

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