Mobile battery back-up
Anker seem to get good reviews.
I keep meaning to buy this one:
but never get round to it!
4x the capacity of that Mophie powerstation mini and you can select higher capacity ones from the drop down. 10000mAh should be enough for 4 full charges though, I think.Posted 4 years agojon1973Member
I got one of these for camping. Good for about 6 full charges. Works really well. Charges my tablet as well (a couple of times). I just keep it in the car.Posted 4 years agotrailofdestructionMember
I can recommend one of these. Still fairly expensive, but good quality.Posted 4 years ago
Has anyone got any firm recommendations for mobile battery back-ups? Off to Afan this weekend and it occurred to me that my phone won’t stay charged for a whole day with various mapping apps running.
I’ve been looking at the Mophie Powerstation Mini but at £50 it’s quite expensive.
Not that it should matter much but I have an iPhone 5. Thanks in advance.Posted 4 years agokcalSubscriber
I got a 5200mAh PowerGen one off Amazon – under £20 and very decent charge capacity — http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B005VBNW2G/ref=gno_cart_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3H9QVQ3445GSNPosted 4 years agoFrankensteinMember
You could buy a case that has a battery built in to expand the battery life.
Some cases that bolt to the bike have optional battery packs.Posted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
I’ve just got an Anker 10,000 mAh battery, only used it once, so far, to recharge my iPad while I was using it, which it did quite happily. It replaced a 5500mAh battery I got from eBay a couple of years or so ago, and which I’ve been using since without any issues. The Anker cost me £25, from Amazon, and there’s a 20,000mAh version going for £75 as well. Certainly worth a punt at £25.Posted 4 years ago
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