• 2.0 out of 5 stars

    A great concept that fails to deliver.

    • Written by Dean H from Lititz

    Great concept. Awesome Design. Quality-built. Unfortunately, the battery takes hours to charge and the end result is not at all worth the wait. After fully charging the unit, this battery only charged my iPad Pro to 30% capacity, and that was from a 7% starting point. For a hundred dollars, I expected to get at least one full charge on my iPad, or at the very least, a 75-80% charge out of this. Disappointing, because otherwise, the unit works great.

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    My new go-to charger

    • Written by Victor S from Oakland

    I use this charger for all my travel needs! It works with all my devices (simultaneously!) and gives me two full cell phone charges (Galaxy S8+) if I am ever away from a power source for too long. I am pleased that there is finally a product that combines both a charging bank and a power converter in one sleek package. To be clear, you can charge up to a 45W USBPD enabled device, and a 12W standard USB device.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Premium Quality

    • Written by Tao L from San Marino

    It's about the same size as my 7000mAH power bank. So they did great job of making the charger portion small size. Overall feels really solid build and premium quality.I like the idea of putting battery and charger together. Unlike a power bank where you need a charger to charging the power bank, here you just need plug it and done.

    In terms of Power:
    1. When plugged, the type C output can provide max 30 Watt output @20 V and 1.5A. For most phones, it probably settled @ 5V 3A=15W which will do quick charge for most smart phones.
    2. At battery mode:
    Type C port only can provide 5V3A max 15Watt output, which can do quick charge on your smart phone
    Type A port only can provide 5V2.4A max 12Watt output.
    Or you can charging two devices at the same time, each port can provide 5V 1.5A=7.5W. 2. At battery mode:
    Type C port only can provide 5V3A max 15Watt output, which can do quick charge on your smart phone
    Type A port only can provide 5V2.4A max 12Watt output.
    Or you can charging two devices at the same time, each port can provide 5V 1.5A=7.5W. It seems insufficient, but i suppose this wont be typical user case.

    9 of 9 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    First of a kind charger/battery hybrid proves very handy!

    • Written by Kevin W from San Jose

    I think that is one of the big selling point for me. Being able to charge your device while at the same time serving as a battery pack, I can extend my laptop's battery life for up to an extra day without charging!

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Product for Travelers

    • Written by shreyas S from Fremont

    Great product for people who travel often. My first real use came this morning where I forgot to charge my laptop. I charged my laptop with it at airport for an hour using wall socket and keep on charging with battery pack while in flight. At the end my laptop was 90% and even I was continuously working on it. At the end I filled up my phone from 80% to 100% charge also.

    Surprisingly its quite lighter compare to other wall charger and power banks I have used and it charges fast too. Build quality is also great. I definitely recommend this product even though it is bit expensive. But for price you get good quality product.

    9 of 9 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Incredibly handy

    • Written by ALEXANDER E from Gardena

    Being able to fast charge multiple devices from one charger is impressive enough already, but when you combine that with the convenience of a portable battery bank, you get a product unlike any other. Can't wait to see what innovations Anker and Apple come up with next

    15 of 16 people found this useful