RAVPower 22000mAh Power Banks, High Capacity 22000 Portable Charger with 3 USB Ports, High Speed Charging 5.8A Max Output Battery Pack for Smartphone Tablet and More
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DC 5V/2A or 5V/2.4A charger as well as the original usb cable are recommended to recharge the battery pack which takes about 10-12 hours Please contact us for the free 2.4A ac charger if you don't have it.During recharging, the first battery indicator starts blinking when the power bank is being charged. When the battery level reaches 25%, the first indicator becomes solid and the second starts blinking. The pattern repeats until all indicators become solid and the device is fully charged.
Make It Three. Make It Right
Not one, not two, but three iSmart 2.0 USB ports to power up to 3 devices at once.
A Whole Week Without A Power Socket
Whether you use it for yourself or you share it with your friends, its huge 22000mAh capacity will take care of any power need you throw at it: fully charge an iPhone 6s up to 9 times, a Galaxy S7 up to 5 times, or an iPad Mini more than 2 times. When the power bank is finally empty, charge it back up in just 10-11 hours with a 5V / 2A or 2.4A ac adapter.
Made To Outlast
The new and improved portable charger with high-density Li-polymer battery outlasts both conventional Li-polymer batteries and 18650 cells when it comes to efficiency, performance, and protection.
What's In the Box:
1 x RAVPower Ace Series 22000mAh Power Bank
2 x Micro-USB Charging Cables
1 x Carry Pouch
1 x Lifetime Warranty Card
1 x User Guide
1.If all the 4 LED start to blink,It is because the Self - Protection mode has been turned on both USB input and output are disabled. To restore functionality, disconnect all connections and wait 10 seconds, then charge the product.
2. Compatible with the new 12 inch MacBook 2015 (USB-C to USB 2.0 cable needed) & tablets (including the Nexus 7).
- Amazon Sales Rank: #78 in Consumer Electronics
- Color: Black-22000
- Brand: RAVPower
- Model: RP-PB052(B)
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: .94" h x 2.76" w x 6.50" l, .90 pounds
- Battery type: Lithium Polymer
- Choose the RAVPower Treatment: The first choice of customers for staying charged and knowing no limitations
- Multiple Charging with 3 USB Ports: Charge up to 3 devices simultaneously with a total current output of 5.8A. Note: Does not support Qualcomm Quick Charge
- Speedy Recharging Time: Fully charged in just 11-12 hours with a 2.4A charger - twice as fast as a 1A charger
- High Density Li-Polymer Battery: Portable, lightweight build unleashes 22000mAh of power to charge an iPhone 7 for 8 times, a Galaxy S8 4.4 times, or an iPad mini over 3 times
- What You Get: 1 x RAVPower Ace Series 22000mAh Portable Charger, Lifetime Warranty, 2 x Micro USB Charging Cables, 1 x Carry Pouch, 1 x User Guide
Most helpful customer reviews
133 of 142 people found the following review helpful.
Probably the best out there
By Travis M.
This is the highest capacity power bank I've ever purchased. It does everything you'd expect and it lasts far longer than I anticipated before requiring a recharge.
I've charged it from solar panels, various wall chargers and they all charge it, albeit at different speeds based on power output from the charging source. On a sunny day with a solar panel outputting 5v/2A, you can charge this full and have enough time to about half-charge a second.
The kinds of devices I've charged or powered successfully:
* iPhone 6s Plus
* Lumia 950XL
* Microsoft Band
* 5v to 9v/12v converters - to which I powered a 9v fan
* Sony MP-CL1 projector
* Microsoft Display Dock (for Lumia 950/950XL)
* Lumsing USB-C to HDMI & USB-A adapter
In terms of simultaneous power draw, I'm not sure it lives up to its total max output of 5.8A / 2.4A per port. It gets close, but not 5.8A close. I had a Lumia 950XL via Lumsing USB-C adapter (2.4A) + Sony MP-CL1 (1A) and it worked, but adding a third device was too much, even if it was a 1A device. That would have totaled 4.4A, leaving 1.4A headroom. I would have expected the circuitry on the RAVPower to throttle the output to one or more of the ports so they would all operate simultaneously up to 5.8A out. Unfortunately that's not the case here. The power bank simply turns off power output entirely.
I've used a Samsung 5.3v/2A charger and measured it with a DROK usb meter - the battery will take all the juice you throw at it, so it's pulling around 11 watts during peak charge draw time. I've yet to test it with a more powerful source.
The packaging was great, it felt like an experience to open it. I love the supplied bag, and the two flat USB-A to USB-Micro cables (one is about 1 foot and the other is about 6 inches) were an added bonus.
Don't forget to register he power bank with RAVPower so you get a lifetime warranty. Knowing the battery will eventually require replacement, this is an added bonus. None of the other power banks I've purchased in the past offer this kind of warranty.
146 of 157 people found the following review helpful.
Love this battery pack. You get what you pay for. After purchasing a few lackluster unreliable aftermarket power packs at my local departmrnt store, I gave in, read some reviews, and went for guaranteed muscle and power.
This pack takes a few hrs to charge (faster with the separately purchased 2.4A USB charger), but it quickly and completely rejuices my Droid Turbo, at least 4-5 times.
I used my phone for photography at Burning Man this year, and needed a portable rechargable power source. I was able to charge this up off a Goal Zero Yeti that I had hooked to a solar panel, and then carry it around in my backpack for when I needed it. It did fine in the desert heat...and cold.
It is made in China...booo, but I couldn't find a domestic manufacturer with good reviews.
It is heavier than other smaller batteries, probably well over a pound, but compact (see pic). If one wants a 22,000mAh battery, they are deluding themselves if they think it will be the size and weight of a Chapstick tube. Ha.
If one wants a functional, reliable, portable source of power for their laptop or phone, with high speed output, look no further.
I use this at work as well to keep my electronics juiced up as I use them frequently.
After much trial and error, I realize that this is what I was looking for all along.
Update: 6/26/17, one year later+ I am using this battery pack about every other day for the past year, and it is still going strong without loss of power or issues with charge holding. I bought two more, and have given them as gifts to the unsuspecting uninitiated.
37 of 38 people found the following review helpful.
One Fancy Charger for Pokemon.
This charger more than gets the job done. I bought this to keep my Samsung Galaxy Note 5 charged while playing Pokemon Go. I wanted something I could get multiple charges from that would be safe for my battery as well. This delivers on that. The cords are very high quality as well. Pretty straightforward, it just works. I've managed to get about 5 charges so far without having to recharge the power bank. This will definitly last me at least a few weeks if needed for my normal use. Even with heavy use, I would estimate I could get more than a week's worth of charges for my phone. It's awesome!
A few criticisms though, It is kinda heavy, and not exactly easy to carry. It's so sleek and slippery, I imagine it would be easy to drop if held while walking around. That's something to keep in mind if you're looking for something you can just throw around. It's a great charger though, and as long as you're willing to take a break and let it sit and charge your devices (or just be really careful) then you'll be fine.
This also came with a pouch to store this in, but the pouch is completely useless. It does nothing to stop dust and debris from getting in contact with the device. In fact I think it attracts it like a magnet. So I'll be buying a better pouch for this at some point. If I had bought this at full price, I'd knock a star off for that. But since I got this $40, I can't complain. But seriously, if they're going to put the resources into providing a pouch, can they at least make it a good one? Come on, now.