Patriot Fuel+ - Batería externa portátil (9000 mAh, 2 x USB, 2.5 A/1 A), color blanco y rojo
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- Banco de potencia portátil, batería móvil pack
- 9000mAh batería capacity
- Cargos simplemente conectando a un USB port
- Conveniente para las tabletas, teléfonos inteligentes y otros electrónicos devices
- Salida: 2 x USB tipo A, 5V/1A y 5V / 2.5V
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 44 mm
Altura del paquete: 139 mm
Ancho: 93 mm
Ancho del paquete: 31 mm
Certificación: TUV, FCC, PCT, UL, CE, PSE, BC, C-Tick
Color del producto: Rojo, Blanco
Corriente de salida: 2,5 A
Número de baterías incluidas: 1 pieza(s)
Peso: 181,4 g
Peso del paquete: 244,9 g
Profundidad: 114 mm
Profundidad del paquete: 141 mm
Tecnología de batería: Ión de litio
Tipo de embalaje: Caja
Utilizar con: Universal
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After deciding that the unit wasn't going to work for me, I tore it down and tested the battery capacity. Maybe this helps.
The battery that's inside is an 18650, it's the green colored one on the right. The measured capacity was 2076mAh with a Foxnovo F-2, so it's fairly close to the stated capacity.
4 stars because: When charging a phone & a Kindle Fire simultaneously, or pass-through charging; one needs to check after a reasonable interval to see when near a full charge. As the 1 Amp doesn't shut down at 100% when the 2.5 Amp item isn't yet fully charged. And, when pass-through charging, it just keeps charging anything plugged in. As a result, I only recharge my T-Slim by itself through the 1Amp USB port.
Otherwise, I'm very happy with it.
Once I knew how to use it, I found it worked great. No big bells & whistles - just power.
Update 7/25/2015: Started having a problem getting this to charge anything so looked up my purchase and see that I have a 2 year warranty on this. Sent them an email this afternoon to get the warranty replacement/repair started. Hope they don't let me down. I travel a lot for my part-time job and use this just about every day to keep my phone charged and have used it for my Tom-Tom too. I have other portable chargers but this is my go-to one and I want it working!!!! Will update with how the warranty works - or doesn't.
**** UPDATE 9/1/2015 - Just got a brand new one in the mail today. No note or anything but a new (in packaging even) 9000mAh charger and it's a cute blue. Okay - I'm a female so cut me some slack. Did discover that you need to stay current with them with emailing or they will close the case until you get back to them. Makes sense to me and mine got closed & reopened with no problem.
I purchased a 9000 mAh Fuel+ power bank and have to say that it’s a very welcome surprise to see honesty still does exist in manufacturing. I’ve done a number of tests on a different power banks of varying sizes and claimed outputs and I can honesty say that the Fuel+ power bank that I have tested has been one of the most accurate in terms of there claimed power outputs of all of the varying power banks I’ve tested.
As with any battery regardless of it’s purpose or size there is always going to be a percentage of power loss threw heat, electrical resistances, and a number of other factors. This is something that I’ve seen few power bank manufactures take into consideration. Often times claiming X-amount of electrical power (milliamps or mAh) yet falling disturbingly short of there proclaimed mAh ratings.
For example I will leave names out of it but in recent power bank test I did of a 5000 mAh battery the BEST results I was getting out of it were 27.2% SHORT of there proclaimed mAh abilities. Manufactures often times massively overstate there power banks abilities failing to take electrical losses into equation and subsequently giving a falsely high proclaimed power output instead of stating the legitimate actually USEABLE power there products have to off. However I have to say that at least with the Fuel+ model that I tested they were surprising very much accurate with there proclaimed 9000 mAh output with a general power loss of less then 10%.
Oh of the tests I did involved me draining a 4000 mAh tablet battery to zero percent charge and with the battery bank having two charging ports I decided to plug in my partly drained Ipod as well as the fully drained tablet battery. After allowing both to charge completely the battery bank still was stating more then 50% of it’s power was available which is spot on where it should be given that half of 9000 mAh is 4500 and between the tablet battery as well as my Ipod that was very close to being right around 4500 mAh of batteries to charge. So once again they were surprising accurate in there proclaimed power output abilities which is a very welcome surprise these days.
So often in manufacturing especially online you’ll see fake five star reviews from manufactures trying to get there low quality horrible products overall ratings higher to fool consumers into thinking there products are decent when they quite simply are garbage. But I have to say that I’m very surprised at how with Fuel+ they actually chose to be honest and at least in the example I have they were able to back up there claims. Honesty does exist in manufacturing still it seems.
Now I will say this in closing though. As with all batteries they will deteriorate over time as with most electronics in general. So I don’t know what the longevity of a device like this would be over a few years worth or use. However to counter that point I have a friend who is a wild-land firefighter who uses one of the 9000 mAh battery banks Fuel+ sells and has been using it for two fire seasons now without any complaints or failures and we all know how much abuse fire fighting equipment can take. Is it a robust outdoor power bank? No. Not even remotely. Though the build quality is good enough to survive what he puts it threw and between the two of us we have yet to see one of these fail to perform although we aren‘t purposely trying to abuse them either. So while I don’t know what the longevity of a battery like this would be, I can say that so far at least they are performing as they should.
It’s nice to see a manufacture being honest with it’s customers at least within the limitations of the tests I’ve put mine threw in regards to the stated power abilities of these power banks. It’s hard to find ones that actually live up to even half there proclaimed output in a lot of cases. I know personally I’d much rather buy a power bank that had a lower stated power output but was actually honestly able to come close to reaching that stated output then buy one that claims three times as much power but falls horrifically short of that.
So with all that said would I recommend this product? Absolutely. So far they can handle what we throw at them and they never fail to do what we ask. Plus they charge pretty quickly both accepting a charge as well as being able to charge devices quickly as well. But most importantly at least in our experiences with Fuel+ they are HONEST in what they claim there products can do. Five stars to Fuel+ from a real actual person.
Recently I went traveling and while everyone else was scrambling to get near the outlets I was happily walking around, charging my phone, while still listening/playing on it. I got 4 full charges from less than 15% to 100% on my Samsung Galaxy S4 before I had to recharge the Patriot FUEL cell.
I am so happy with this purchase!