mophie powerstation plus Universal Battery

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INTEGRATED LIGHTNING & MICRO USB CONNECTOR

mophie powerstation plus

Quick-charge external battery featuring a built-in Lightning and micro USB switch-tip cable.

  • Overview

    The mophie powerstation plus Universal Battery offers 6,000 mAh of power to give your iPhone two additional charges or your iPad hours more reading time. It also provides the convenience of a built-in switch-tip charging cable that lets you power both iOS and micro USB devices - so you don't need to carry a separate cable. And a second USB port lets you charge two devices at the same time.

    Highlights

    Rechargeable, triple-tested 6,000 mAh battery ensures peak performance and safe operation

    Built-in switch-tip cable

    2.1-amp output powerful enough to charge iPhone or iPad

    Two USB charging ports

    Slim, easy-to-carry design and aluminium finish

    LED indicator shows battery’s charge level

    What’s in the Box

    mophie powerstation plus Universal Battery

    Micro USB cable (22.86 cm/9 in.)

    Quick start guide

    Tech Specs

    Cable length: 22.86 cm/9 in.

    Power Source: Battery power, USB

    Height: 1.37 cm/0.54 in.

    Length: 13.33 cm/5.25 in.

    Width: 6.83 cm/2.69 in.

    Weight: 160.17 g

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    UPC or EAN No.: 810472035499

    Warranty

    Note: Apple's One-Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer's warranty provided by the product manufacturer — please see your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer's warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law. For details, click here.

    Lithium-Based Battery Shipments

    Due to standalone lithium-based battery shipping restrictions, this product may only ship via ground and is subject to domestic and international shipping requirements. If the final ship-to address cannot be shipped to via ground, the order may be subject to cancellation.

  • iPhone Models

    iPad Models

    iPod Models

    • iPod touch 6th Generation
    • iPod touch 5th Generation
    • iPod touch 4th Generation
    • iPod touch 3rd Generation
    • iPod touch 2nd Generation
    • iPod nano 7th Generation
    • iPod nano 6th Generation
    • iPod nano 5th Generation
    • iPod nano 4th Generation
    • iPod shuffle 4th Generation
  • 4.0 Average
    4 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Great but could be better

      It's been a while since mophie updated its power station plus lineup (they are the ones with built in cables). The last generation was (in my opinion) better (f It's been a while since mophie updated its power station plus lineup (they are the ones with built in cables). The last generation was (in my opinion) better (functionally) however it looked ugly as. This time they have removed the intergrated cable used to recharge the power station. During a day trip this wouldn't matter. Charge your power station overnight, bring it with you during the day (without messy cables) and charge your phone 2-3 times and charge the power station again at night. It's switch tip cable is nice but I don't have a micro USB set of headphones/speakers to charge during the day. Others may find the switch tip more useful than me. The downside is if I'm going on a longer holiday I need to remember a micro USB cable to recharge the power station as I'm a Apple user and I don't have another micro USB device. Pros: -Looks great, three colour choices to match your phone. -Intergrates lightning cable and micro USB (all you do is pull the lightning tip off to expose the micro usb tip) -Has extra USB port to charge my Apple Watch if I need it to. -Light and thin Cons: -Requires you to bring around an extra micro USB cable to recharge the power station. (A step backwards over last year's version. -Extra USB port only has only 2.1 amp. Not enough to charge a larger device. (My iPad Air 1st gen needs 2.4amps!). My recommendations are to make the extra USB port 2.4amps (in case you need to give your iPad a emergency boost) and to make recharging the power station through a lightning port instead of a micro USB or even better, give us two versions, a micro USB and a lighting one.

      • Written by Daniel H from Brisbane

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Great but could be better

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Great but could be better

      It's been a while since mophie updated its power station plus lineup (they are the ones with built in cables). The last generation was (in my opinion) better (f It's been a while since mophie updated its power station plus lineup (they are the ones with built in cables). The last generation was (in my opinion) better (functionally) however it looked ugly as. This time they have removed the intergrated cable used to recharge the power station. During a day trip this wouldn't matter. Charge your power station overnight, bring it with you during the day (without messy cables) and charge your phone 2-3 times and charge the power station again at night. It's switch tip cable is nice but I don't have a micro USB set of headphones/speakers to charge during the day. Others may find the switch tip more useful than me. The downside is if I'm going on a longer holiday I need to remember a micro USB cable to recharge the power station as I'm a Apple user and I don't have another micro USB device. Pros: -Looks great, three colour choices to match your phone. -Intergrates lightning cable and micro USB (all you do is pull the lightning tip off to expose the micro usb tip) -Has extra USB port to charge my Apple Watch if I need it to. -Light and thin Cons: -Requires you to bring around an extra micro USB cable to recharge the power station. (A step backwards over last year's version. -Extra USB port only has only 2.1 amp. Not enough to charge a larger device. (My iPad Air 1st gen needs 2.4amps!). My recommendations are to make the extra USB port 2.4amps (in case you need to give your iPad a emergency boost) and to make recharging the power station through a lightning port instead of a micro USB or even better, give us two versions, a micro USB and a lighting one.

      • Written by Daniel H from Brisbane

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Great but could be better

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