Single Charge Battery
Portable Power 2500
Power-up FAST. Charge your iPhone, iPad or other compatible device anywhere, anytime at speeds up to twice the rate of original, in-box wall chargers. Portable Power 2500 provides a power solution built for speed.
Quickly restore power to any USB-chargable device such as iPhone, iPad, GoPro cameras, DSLR cameras, flashes, and more.
The integrated USB-A cable provides a built-in connection for recharging.
- Portable Power 2500
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Features & Specs
7" x 4" x 1.00"
iPhone, iPad, iPod, Most USB devices
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13 of 16 people found this review helpful
Great looking chargerI've had this charger for about 4 months now and my Wife and I use it all the time. It is especially handy when traveling to have the confidence that you have enough juice to make it the whole day (especially when finding a charging port at LAX is next to impossible).
I also purchased the Incase ICON Pack and it has a great pocket on the side that seems like it was made to house this charger. It has a little cord hole so you can leave the charger in the pocket while still having it charge your device. Makes me a little less worried that I will leave it on a side table at the airport.
I also used this charger to power my Raspberry PI for a weekend when I wasn't near a power outlet and it worked great!
5 of 25 people found this review helpful
Wrong Cord Built-inI bought the charger since it said it had a cord built in for charging. However, the built in cord is only for charging the charger. It is not for charging a device. Usually in a pinch I need a charger that can plug into my phone since I seldom walk around with a power cord. How often is finding a cord to charge a charger ever a problem?