Swees® 25600mAh 3-Smart-USB Power Bank Portable External Battery PowerBank Charger £26.99 Sold by swees-shop and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Swees® 25600mAh 3-Smart-USB Power Bank Portable External Battery PowerBank Charger £26.99 Sold by swees-shop and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 2nd Apr 2015
Using Smart Technology, each port intelligently identifies a specific device so you can plug in any brand or model. Detects your device to deliver its fastest possible charge speed up to 2.1 amps per port or 4.5 amps through three ports.

Huge capacity (25600mAh) charges most smartphones 10-12 times. Build-in premium A+ Li-polymer battery cells ensures quality, supplying 500+ recharge cycles over a lifetime.

3 smart USB output: provide 4.5A output (Max) current for the immediate rapid Charging, Can charge three devices at the same time; Input: 5V 2A; Full Charging time: Approx 14 hours (use a 2A adapter); Dimensions: 6.69 x 4.17 x 0.55 inches; Weight: 496g.

4 LED indicators to show remaining battery level. Stylish, lightweight design ideal for when you need to recharge on the go.

Package includes:

Swees® 25600mAh Power bank
1 x 1.2m Micro USB Charging Cable
1 x 0.6m Micro USB Charging Cable
detailed instruction manual.

10 Comments

Looks good. does anyone own one of these, or used these before?

just bought one, looks good from reviews. Will let you know how I get on with it.

Bought one to power a dash cam. Saves me ripping the car apart to try and fit a more permanent power solution.

never buy this company's products.
last time i bought swees battery from amazon it was terrible. stopped working in few days, when i open it up the battery power on the inside was not even half of what was stated on the outer casing. i contacted amazon and got a refund for it.

Don't like the ones that automatically charge everything at the fastest speed. There should be one port that charges at a maximum of 1 amp. Manufacturers may not totally advise against it but for battery longevity I'll take the longer charging period.

Good price and good product. I've got a swees portable charger myself and never had problems with it.

leelukehope

Don't like the ones that automatically charge everything at the fastest … Don't like the ones that automatically charge everything at the fastest speed. There should be one port that charges at a maximum of 1 amp. Manufacturers may not totally advise against it but for battery longevity I'll take the longer charging period.



Wrong, wrong, wrong. In very simple terms the device will pull the power it needs rather than the charger pushing what it can.

bytemaster

Wrong, wrong, wrong. In very simple terms the device will pull the power … Wrong, wrong, wrong. In very simple terms the device will pull the power it needs rather than the charger pushing what it can.



Wrong, wrong, wrong. You misinterpreted what I said. I know how the charging process works. However, the public demand faster charging rates and even though the batteries are capable of this charging, it reduces the longevity of the battery. Manufacturers don't mind this faster charging as it means you will definitely need a new phone in 2 years. For the sake of resale value and actually needing something to last as long as possible. I choose to charge my phones at a maximum of 1A. I wouldn't care if genuine iPhone batteries were easier to source, but they aren't. Just because a manufacturer endorses something, it doesn't mean it's in your best interests. So come back with something that's doesn't take 5 minutes to find out online. If you have any information that faster charging does not harm a lithium battery, I'd be very interested to see it. If not, keep your 'wrong, wrong, wrongs' to yourself.

leelukehope

Wrong, wrong, wrong. You misinterpreted what I said. I know how the … Wrong, wrong, wrong. You misinterpreted what I said. I know how the charging process works. However, the public demand faster charging rates and even though the batteries are capable of this charging, it reduces the longevity of the battery. Manufacturers don't mind this faster charging as it means you will definitely need a new phone in 2 years. For the sake of resale value and actually needing something to last as long as possible. I choose to charge my phones at a maximum of 1A. I wouldn't care if genuine iPhone batteries were easier to source, but they aren't. Just because a manufacturer endorses something, it doesn't mean it's in your best interests. So come back with something that's doesn't take 5 minutes to find out online. If you have any information that faster charging does not harm a lithium battery, I'd be very interested to see it. If not, keep your 'wrong, wrong, wrongs' to yourself.



To start of, this is a good deal so heat added.

Right, we are talking about Li-polymer technology, so fast or slow charging will make no difference to the battery life. The electronics behind the charging process will take the current it needs or available. (If it needs 2Amps and it's available it will take it. If only 1Amp is available it will take more time to charge the battery).
The life of a Li-polymer batteries is on charge cycles (Note: The worst thing to do to a Li-polymer battery is leaving it on the shelf doing nothing), and a charge cycle is from zero to full charge.But to be kind to a Li-polymer battery avoid getting to close to zero charge on it. The best thing do is keep it charged (Example: 50%, charge to 100%, 50% charge to 100% is one cycle).

First of all, its huge & to be expected at 25600 Mah! Second it takes a long time to charge...I have mine plugged in since 10:30 this morning and at 16:40 its still not fully charged. Yes, I am using a 2.1A charger! But I am on the road tomorrow and I have various devices that I could do with charging on the go.

Peace!
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