** Disclosure: I received a Power Bank 10000mAh free of charge for the purpose of this review. This does not alter my opinion of the product in any way. This post may also contain affiliate links, that I will make a small commission on if you make a purchase. **
In a house where there are numerous things that require charging at some point or all at the same time in some cases, this couldn’t have come at a better time!
According to the company blurb:
The PowerCard works great for iPhone 6 5S 5C 5 4s 4, iPad Air, iPad Mini, Samsung Galaxy S5 S4 S3 S2, Note 4 3, HTC One M8 Desire, Google Nexus 5 6, LG G3, Motorola Moto G X, Sony, Huawei and other Smartphones and Tablets that can be charged via USB.
That being the case I am going to put it through it paces and try it on the following:
HTC M8 x 2 iPad Mini 3 Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kindle
What you get in the box 1 * Power Theory PT10000 Power Bank (10000mAh) – extreamly lightweight 1 * User Guide 1 * 3 in 1 USB Cable 1 * USB Charging Cable
Firstly I was struck by how light it was and the size of it. I have a HTC M8 and it is only just slightly smaller than that (and again I have to say it lighter!)
This is fantastic and you can charge 2 devices at once. You need to charge it up first I left if to charge up overnight, it doesn’t come with a wall plug but in all honesty if you have any od the devices I mentioned above the chances are you will have one anyway.
You can use the charge cable provided or use your own usb charge cables, and my HTC and Galaxy tab charged up fully just slightly quicker than if I used the mains. This fits perfectly in your handbag if you need a boost whilst out and about and I tend to use it when out in the car to give my phone a boost if on long journey ( we need the car charger port for the kids dvd player).
I am so happy with this that I now use it all the time, I let it charge over night and then we are good to go the next day. Hubby even says he would recommend this and he a complete gadget geek when it comes to things like that.