RAVPower Deluxe External Battery CHARGER 14000mAh Portable Power Bank Pack for iPhone 5S,5C,5 (Lightning Cable not included), 4S, 4, iPad Air, iPad 4, 3, 2, Mini 2, Mini, iPods; Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, S2, Note 3 Note 2; Nexus 7, Nexus 5, Nexus 4; HTC One, EVO, Thunderbolt, Incredible, Droid DNA; Motorola ATRIX, Droid; LG Optimus [Prenium Samsung Batteries, Matte Finish, 2 mobile phone connectors] – Black

Power at your fingertips
The RAVPower 14000mAh use high quality Samsung Li¨CIon batteries provide over 500 recharge cycles. Giving you not only the best in quality, but also the best in value!

You to decide what device to charge and when
Our 5V RAVPower battery charger has 2 USB ports to allow for multiple device charges. You can rapidly charge your tablet and iPhone/Smart phone at the same time.

We always strive to keep our battery packs looking sleak and made from the highest quality parts. Our RAVPower 14000mAh is offered with a black matte finish that is fingerprint and light scratch proof. And, lastly, it has a full functioning flashlight for those times when you are stumbling in the dark!

Capacity: 14000mAh
Input: DC 5V/1.5A (Standard Micro USB Port)
Output: DC 5V/3.1A (2A+1A)
Warranty: 12 Months Warranty

– iPad 4 3 2,iPad Mini, iPhone 5 4S 4,iPod (Use the original 8Pin/30Pin Cable by Apple)
2 x Micro USB Cables:SmartPhones: Samsung/HTC/LG/Motorola/BlackBerry/Nokia/Sony,Tablets & eReader:Google Nexus 7/Nexus 10
1 x Samsung 30pin Connector: Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Tab 2,Galaxy Note
1 x Mini USB Connector: Some cell phone, MP3, MP4, digital camera, and other with mini USB slot digital devices

NOT compatible with Samsung Galaxy Tabs and Asus Transformers.

Package Included:
– 1 RAVPower RP-PB13 PowerBank
– 2 USB to Micro USB cables
– 2 Connectors
– 1 User Guide
– 1 Travel pouch

Moreover AC Adapter is not included, for max-speed charging of your RAVPower 14000mAh battery pack; check out RAVPowers new line of 15.5W/3.1A car and 2.1A Dual USB AC Adapter

Product Features

  • 14000mAh high capacity battery pack for your mobile device.Get 7-8 charges on your iPhone 5, 4S and 3 charges on your Google Nexus,86% charges on your iPad 3/4.
  • Super-fast charge output (5V / 3A total) through dual USB ports (5V / 2A and 5V / 1A) allow for simultaneous charging of your iPad, iPhone, Android, and more at high speed.
  • Smooth, ebony varnish allows you to power up in style, while 4 status LEDs keep you informed of remaining capacity. Built-in flashlight for dark or low-light environments.
  • Ultra reliable Samsung Lithium-Ion battery with over 500 battery charge cycles; Security protection design: short-circuit and over-current protection. This battery pack will automatic shutdown if a short circuit or overload output occurred while unit is charging.
  • Package includes: RAVPower RP-PB13 External Battery, 2 adapters compatible with most phones, 2 USB to Micro USB cables, user manual, and travel pouch.

3 Comments on “RAVPower Deluxe External Battery CHARGER 14000mAh Portable Power Bank Pack for iPhone 5S,5C,5 (Lightning Cable not included), 4S, 4, iPad Air, iPad 4, 3, 2, Mini 2, Mini, iPods; Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, S2, Note 3 Note 2; Nexus 7, Nexus 5, Nexus 4; HTC One, EVO, Thunderbolt, Incredible, Droid DNA; Motorola ATRIX, Droid; LG Optimus [Prenium Samsung Batteries, Matte Finish, 2 mobile phone connectors] – Black”

  1. Amazon Customer

    PB-13 14000mAh won’t let you down Every year, our power needs grow. Tablets get bigger, phones get more needy. Portable power is pretty much a must for anyone travelling or for someone that works away from a power source all day.The good news is – there are hundreds (if not THOUSANDS) of choices for portable external battery chargers. The bad news is – they are not created equally and may not reasonably meet the needs you bought them for.When buying an external battery like the RAVPower 14000 mAh PB-13 (from now on, just PB-13), you need to consider four major things; how long it will last, how powerful is the output, what sort of quality of battery are you getting inside – and finally, how long will it take to recharge?Of course, once you’re good in those departments, you can talk about features from there.The PB-13 comes as an attractive little box that still fits in your hand. It is a bit heavier than you might expect, but that is the price for the 14000 mAh rated battery.The main face of the unit contains 2 USB plugs (1A and 2A), an LED light bulb and a microUSB charging plug. The top of the unit has a recessed button that handles the power cycling and the toggling of the built in LED flashlight.Construction-wise; it feels sturdy and well-built. I feel it could survive a decent drop if need be.Included in the box are two coiled USB cables with 5 different phone adapter tips; miniUSB, microUSB, Samsung 30 pin and a Nokia DC and an iPhone adapter. They also throw in a nice cloth case to carry it around.What is NOT included is a wall charger to actually recharge the PB-13. You are expected to use the microUSB plug and your own USB adapter (or PC) to recharge the unit. more on this in a minute.So how long will it last? Ah, the eternal question – and you can honestly never believe any number you’re given (even mine). This should be simple math. How big is your phone’s battery? An old Droid X phone has a 1400 mAh battery. The Samsung S4 has a 2400 mAh battery. The iPad 2 boasts a 6930 mAh battery and the Samsung Nexus 10 tablet has a 9000 mAh battery. Provided you turn off each of these devices before charging, the number of charges you should expect are:Droid X = 10 chargesS4 = 5.8 chargesiPad2 = 2 chargesNexus 10 = 1.5 chargesThat’s math and as long as you’re willing to shut off your device – these numbers are probably accurate. The real question is – how much longer will your device last if you have the PB-13 plugged in while you use it? Fact is – anyone that can give you a number here is lying through their teeth – because everyone’s usage and battery consumption needs vary.The closest I’ve come to coming up with a reasonable algorithm is (device hours) + (device hours * (number of charges / 3)). So let’s say your iPad2 lasts 10 hours – the PB-13 should provide 2 full charges – divide that by 3 – or .66: 10 hours + (10 * .66) = 16.6 hours. If you have a fully charged iPad 2 that normally runs 10 hours, plugged in the PB-13 the whole time, you should get 16.6 hours of continuous use.Nexus 10 gets about 6 hours per charge. So 6 + (6 * (1.5/3)) = 6 + (6 * .5) = 9 hoursYou get the idea. Your mileage will definitely vary – but at least you have some idea.What about amps out? MOST phone chargers use 1A out – most tablets between 2A and 3A out. The charger you use in your car … the USB port on your PC – likely to be considerably less than 1A and hence it “trickle charges” your device – certainly not being able to keep up with battery discharge during regular use.Having a full 1A plug will power most cell phones while in use – keeping the battery level. That same 1A plug wouldn’t keep up with your tablet’s discharge.The 2A plug will drive a lot more power to your phone – allowing it to actually CHARGE while you use it. You’ll also need that 2A plug for keeping your power-hungry tablet from draining while you use it.Yes, you can use both plugs at the same time – of course you’ll drain the device faster that way – and 2A usage will drain faster than 1A usage.What about quality? Samsung is known for top notch, quality batteries and the RP-13 proudly boasts their use. The box says 500 charges, but I’m guessing you’ll see 10-15% more than that. Before you cry about “only” 500 charges, consider that’s a year and a half or so of DAILY charging. Personally, I charge mine about once a week or so.How fast does it charge back up? It’s a big battery, folks. You aren’t going to rapid charge that sucker in a few hours. I keep meaning to time it, but your results will surely vary anyway. The thing to remember is that you want to use a nice, 2A+ charger to pump this guy back up – don’t plug it into your PC and hope it will top off any time soon. Any smartphone charger…

  2. CheapGeek "Do it for Cheap, Find it for Cheap...

    Charge Multiple Devices at the same time, multiple times! 0

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