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Excellent product and just what I needed,
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This review is from: EasyAcc 12000mAh Power Bank (4 USB Ports) (Personal Computers)
This product arrived last week and I have purchased it to get me through the Glastonbury Festival in the summer.
I have been running an experiment on my iPhone 4 since last Monday afternoon charging my device with nothing other than than this product and it works a treat. Today (Sunday) was the sixth day and it finally ran out of power.
During the last 6 days I have charged my device 9 times with varying degrees of battery power left in the phone. The table below shows (Start of charge battery %, End of charge battery %, Total charge % & No. of powers bars left on device ranging from 1-4)
38% 99% 61% 4 bars
41% 97% 56% 4 bars
0% 83% 83% 3 bars
17% 97% 80% 3 bars
18% 96% 78% 2 bars
15% 97% 82% 2 bars
32% 95% 63% 1 bar
44% 100% 56% 1 bar
24% 66% 42% 0 bar
Total charge 601%
It took approximately 90 mins to do a full charge.
Overall a very good product and should do me nicely at Glastonbury.
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Initial post: 14 Jul 2013 01:06:06 BDT
Hi when charging the battery can you charge your device from it ?
In reply to an earlier post on 10 Sep 2013 08:30:49 BDT
If you can use your device when charging normally, then you can use it when charging from the Easyacc. It's no different in practice than charging from the mains (except you're using another battery). For most devices (phones/tablets etc), the answer is a simple "yes".
In reply to an earlier post on 18 Sep 2013 15:38:16 BDT
J. Parnell says:
What he means is, while the EasyAcc 12000mAh Charger is charging, can you also charge your phone battery through it at the same time.
In reply to an earlier post on 27 Nov 2013 15:42:43 GMT
eD Grr says:
Whether you can or not, if you're near a mains outlet why not just charge the device and the battery separately? It would probably be quicker.
Posted on 15 Feb 2014 13:03:47 GMT
Sunni Yahya says:
Are you saying the battery of the portable charger takes 90 mins to fully charge? and is it okay if i keep it charging my phone whilst using the gps sat nav on google maps app on my phone? thankss
Posted on 21 May 2014 07:59:24 BDT
Mr. R. L. Serridge says:
Do I need the buy a charger to charge the battery?
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