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Innogie 10400mAh Portable PowerBank Battery Charger

Cindy Wheeler 108 109 August 15, 2015 at 09:29 AM
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I received this Innogie 10400 mAh Portable power bank from the company so I could provide an unbiased review for them of their product, this power bank is totally amazing it has a very large capacity, meaning you recharge other things before it has to be recharged itself. With a capacity of 10400mAh you can get approximately 3-4 charges from this device before it has to be recharged, this depends on the model of device you are using. I really like the finish on these Innogie products they are a sleek black matte design of aluminum that resists fingerprints, and the 2 ports on this model are at the same end. One of the first things I always pull out of the box is the instructions, you always need to read any instructions that come with your products especially, if they are any type of electronics you need to know everything you can about your product and reading the instructions is the best way to do that. This product is no exception these instructions are easy to read, understand, and follow. If this the first time you have ever had a power bank from any company, the one thing you might find lacking is an on/off switch. The Innogie products do not seem to have them on any of the three products I have the privilege of reviewing, so don't think that they put them on their products.I really don't find that they are really needed though, however it may just be something you will need to get used if you have used other products that have them. After reading the directions the next thing you need to do is charge your 'little Alien' to full capacity so it is ready for whatever you have for it to do. Once you plug-in the micro USB plug you will see the LCD lights, the 2 red ones on top let you know the device is plugged in.(They look like two red glowing eyes of the Alien). To check and see how much of a charge your power bank has plug your USB cable in and the LED lights will tell you- If you see one red flashing light then that means your device is charging, it will automatically stop when it is at its capacity. If you see 4 steady blue lights> 75%-100% power, 3 steady blue lights>50%- 75% power, 2 steady blue lights> 25%- 50% power, and 1 steady blue light lys > 25%. (less than 25%, needs to be recharged). I really think this wonderful 'little alien' is a fantastic travelling buddy too, not only does it recharge your devices it won't interrupt during the movie or eat any of your snacks.

I highly recommend this Innogie 10400mAh Alien Power portable charger for all of your portable battery bank needs such as for your smartphone, tablet, mp3, video gaming, and camera needs. You can count on this "little alien" when your device has run out of power and needs, recharging yet again it will do it with ease over and over again. With the capacity of this power bank you can get 3-4 recharges out of this device before you will have to recharge this power device, it does depend on what you are using it to charge. The various models and devices are all different some smartphones don't use as much power as others do, the same goes for tablets, and ipods and video games. If you have any problems out your "little Alien" just contact the company they will be happy to help you out.

-*I received this Innogie Power bank without cost so I could test and provide an unbiased review for this product for the Innogie company. All opinions are 100% honest, true, and my own.*-

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