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So far, so handy...
on 15 August 2013
I bought this purely for my holiday flights so I could keep everything topped up during the 9-hour stretches (not to mention the airport waiting times). So, for the brief moments that I needed it, it came in very handy.
It comes with a USB cable that leads to a cylindrical connector designed to accommodate the included adaptor sockets. Speaking of the sockets, you get a micro-usb, mini-usb and 2 flat, thin ones that I presume are for apple devices. No lightning connector though, but that's clearly mentioned in the description. It also comes with a neat little mesh bag to carry the charger in.
The only possible downside I can think of is that there's no means of charging this pack via the mains unless you have a mains-usb plug. If you don't, you'll need to charge through your computer. I honestly cannot comment on charging times as it came fully charged and I only topped it up before leaving for my holiday. The fact that it's fully charged out of the box is a nice touch, though.
When put to use, I fully charged my HTC One, PSP and 3DS XL. The power indicator went down to 50%. I'm no expert so I can't comment on whether that's good or not, but it's fine for me.
It also has a cool little LED flashlight which is pretty handy when fishing through your bag for stray adaptors!
Um, it's getting a little late as I write this and I've kinda lost focus, but it anyone has any questions that possibly aren't answered by myself or other reviews, just leave a comment and I'll help out if I can.
In closing, I'd highly recommend this charger. I probably could have gone for a smaller capacity one, but given the minimal difference in cost, I just went for the largest so I have less chance of running out of juice when in need.