jlw at July 5th, 2014 13:25 — #1
nickpheas at July 5th, 2014 14:40 — #2
You can do better though. I use a 50,000mah battery. About ukpp20 on Amazon. Got my horribly hungry s3 through a five days festival no problem.
skeptic at July 5th, 2014 19:15 — #3
These cheap, high capacity chargers seem to cheap to be true. I know that some cheap batteries are inferno's waiting to happen, but I have no idea which are which. Is a $70 Sony 10,000 mAh battery really safer the $23 Lumsing?
lancehunt at July 6th, 2014 12:21 — #4
Spend an extra $100 and you have a 12,000mah usb battery charger that comes with booster cables to jumpstart a dead car battery. The Powerall can charge your cellphone or your car.
By the way, you might have trouble flying with anything larger than 32,000mah in Canada and 60,000mah in the US
skeptic at July 6th, 2014 13:49 — #5
I saw something like that at Costco for $70, a jumpstarter, air pump, USB charger. Oddly, for all the power stored in the battery, the USB was only 1A. Didn't fit in my pocket, either.
jlw at July 6th, 2014 14:03 — #6
I have one for my VW and camping trips. I really love it and wired up a solar charging kit for it.
jamie_mcguire at July 6th, 2014 16:10 — #7
nickpheas at July 7th, 2014 06:51 — #8
$21 from Amazon, includes a 2.1A socket.
jlw at July 10th, 2014 13:26 — #9
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