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New Trent iCarrier IMP120D - (12000mAh) 5V 3A Dual USB Ports External Battery Charger/ Portable Back Up Power Bank/Power Pack Battery for iPad 4/ 3 /2, iPad mini, iPhone 5 /4S / 4, iPod Touch; Samsung Galaxy Note 2, S4/S3/S2; Google Nexus 10/7/4, HTC ONE series; LG Optimus series; Motorola Razr, Droid series; Nokia Lumia 900 / 800, Sony Xperia series, GoPro, and most 5V chargeable devices. (NEWEST VERSION, w/ Micro-USB input charge port)

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  • Heavy duty 5V/2A-1A Dual USB Charger charges 2 Devices rapidly. 2A output is for iPad/Tablet and 1A output is for iPhone/Smartphones
  • Enjoy 55 hours Movie time for iPhone 5 4S 4 3Gs 3G and iPod Touch 1G to 5G, 80% of the new iPad (iPad 3) battery life and 120% of iPad 2
  • Compatible with Major Smart phones includes iPhone 5 4S 4 3Gs 3G, Android (Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG, Nokia, Blackberry, Sony Ericsson, etc...)
  • No AC charger and/or iPhone/iPad adapter is included, but the iCarrier IMP120D is compatible with all original Apple cables and AC chargers. iCarrier is compatible with Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 but need a special cable from Naphos
  • New version of the IMP120D iCarrier charges via micro-USB and does not come with an AC wall charger

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 358 g
  • Delivery information: We cannot deliver certain products outside mainland UK ( Details). We will only be able to confirm if this product can be delivered to your chosen address when you enter your delivery address at checkout.
  • Item model number: IMP120D
  • ASIN: B004CHMP50
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 Nov. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (782 customer reviews)
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Product Description

NEW TRENT: iCarrier IMP120D

The iCarrier with 5V@2A/ 1A outputs is capable of charging a tablet (2A) and Smartphone (1A) at the same time.

Performance Highlight.

Apple iPad 2: >120% battery life.
iPhone 5/ Android Smartphones:> 600% battery life.

Compatible with Most Smartphones and Tablets.

Apple*: iPhone 5 / 4S / 4 / 3G, iPad mini, The New iPad 4 / 3 / 2 / iPad 1st gen, iPod Touch /Nano
Samsung: Galaxy Note II / Note, Galaxy S4 / S3 / S2, Galaxy Nexus and most Samsung phones.
HTC: ONE, One X, One S, Droid Incredible 4G, and most HTC phones.
Nokia: Lumia 920 / 900 / 710 / 800 / N8 / N9 and most Nokia phones.
Motorola: Razr Maxx HD, Droid series, and most Motorola phones
Blackberry**: Z10, Torch, Tour, Storm 2, Bold and most Blackberry phones
LG: Nexus 4, Optimus 4X / 2X / V / S / T, and most LG phones.
Other**: Nook COLOR, Nexus 10, Nexus 7, Galaxy Note / 10.1 / 8.0 / 7.0, Nintendo DSi / 3DS/XL, PSP / PS Vita and other compatible 5V devices

* For Apple devices, use the original Lightning or 30 pin cable.
**Some phone/tablets/devices may require a special converter cable to be compatible.
***New version iCarrier charges via micro-USB and does not come with an AC wall charger

Specifications.

- Capacity 12000mAh@3.7V (44.4Wh)
- Recharge time: 8 -10 hrs
- Dimension: 2.9x2.8x1.1 inch

New Trent is a trademark of New Trent Inc, and is exclusively marketed by Naphos on Amazon UK. Be sure to find the logo on both product and package to ensure a 10 months product warranty.


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Aesthetics- looks sharp! When I saw the IMP1000 for the first time I thought "wow this is nice! I can't believe I didn't pay more! Love the gloss black with blue accents. It just screams quality/expensive (but it doesn't cost all that much). Fortunately when I pick it up, it feels like a quality product too. Based on looks alone I am satisfied and have a very positive impression of the company. If all I had to go on was pictures of this product and the competitors I would easily pick the IMP1000 (have you seen the Duracell charger? Gross). The only thing that would make it look better would be to swap out the blue band around the middle for a brushed aluminum one.

Function - not much to report here. Didn't take too long to fully charge the IMP1000 or my devices with it. Everything I tried, iPad 2s, iPhones, flip, HTCs, charged right up. I will be spending 18 hrs on airplanes and in airports this weekend flying from London to Kansas City so we'll see how it does. The high charging capacity is going to be wonderful and will be put to the test.

Ease of use - plug it in to charge. Simple. Plug in a device and press power. Simple. The only complaint I had at first was the fact that you have to hold down the power button for a couple seconds to turn it on or off but I have come to appreciate that... For now.

Accessories - the bag is a nice touch, but I never use those things. I just end up tossing the product into my bag and go. The charging cables are nice too and unexpected. The extra adapters are nice.

Overall - a nice looking product that does what it is supposed to. I am glad didn't end up with a good looking piece of junk in fancy packaging. Better value for the money than any other mobile charger I found on Amazon.
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Just got back from the Isle of man TT 2011. I was camping for 9 days, with 8 other people. I wanted to use my Samsung Galaxy S to update a mini blog whilst I was there. Mainly to show all the partners at home that we were all still alive! Its easy to blog using the Galaxy S, but the battery level is not great when taking photos and using the internet. So I looked for something that I could charge it from the campsite, and whilst we were out watching the racing. The iCruiser IMP1000 immediately stood out.

It had probably the biggest capacity in one of these portable external batteries. I had it within a few days and was impressed with the quality, this being my first New Trent product. It came with about a 75% charge, so I used that to charge my phone a few times and my ipod until it was flat. Gave it a full recharge and it was off to the island we went.

It lasted me the full week, only running out on the ferry home. It performed faultlessly all week, turning off when the phone fully charged. Really impressed! Probably got about 5 full charges of the phone. It never got hot whilst in use, which some of these can do.

The only thing I would like to see is a better charge indicator. Also, it only came with 2 connectors, a mini usb and ideally, a Samsung Galaxy S (mini usb variant?) connector. Would have liked to have seen some more connectors.

Overall, its a brilliant bit of kit.
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In July I'm off to Silverstone to enjoy a full-on British Grand Prix weekend, so I'll be camping and
needed to keep my phone topped up for obligitory photos/twitter/facebook etc. Rather than take lots of
batteries which would only work with my current phone I thought I'd try a USB charger

In summary I'm delighted with the purchase -- using it more and more every week!

Nice packaging. Clean and stylish & Arrived in a couple of days

In the box:

* 2A charger
* Powerpack containing a 11000 mAh battery
* A USB cable ending up in a simple power jack connector
* A series of replaceable tips including the obligitory micro USB (my interest)

The unit itself has only one USB port unlike some units, and charging of the unit itself isn't via
USB, but via a regular power connector (2A). My first charge took around 6h

In a week of testing (results at blog below) the charger charged my Nokia N900 (1350 mAh) around 6.5
times -- very respectable

The only 2 points to be aware of
- If you want to *charge* one of these packs from USB get the lower capacity New Trent device
- a friend has a slightly different model and loves it too
- Many devices will only charge at 500 mA using the supplied cable -- at least my N900 did. IMO this
SHOULD be fixed in the supplied charger/cable though note the charger does work just slower.
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Great external battery - would recommend it for iPhone users (camping etc) I even used it on my overnight stay at hospital!

The battery lasted all week using it everyday. (See video for details)

It knows when your device is fully charged and switches itself off - clever! That way it doesn't run itself down when you're charging something overnight.
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