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Opladning af batterier


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Written on: 07.06.2013 09:35
Law Abiding Citizen
Posts: 35
Mrs. Brian wrote:

Update:

I've now picked up the powerbank at the post office. It's not as big as I expected, which is nice. It comes with 3 different USB cables (iPhone, micro USB and one with an adapter and a handful of plugs for old phones). There's no 220V adapter, but I didn't expect one - I have several though (of various output) and have plugged it in via a 2.0Ah one.

Will update again when I've tried charging it/from it.

http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d120/Kacas/Charger_zpsd1e01456.jpg


Thanks! I ordered one yesterday from amazon, can't wait to pick it up.

Now I just have to live with the paranoia of bringing an iPhone 5 to Roskilde icon_eek.gif
Written on: 07.06.2013 09:51
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
Law Abiding Citizen wrote:

Thanks! I ordered one yesterday from amazon, can't wait to pick it up.

Now I just have to live with the paranoia of bringing an iPhone 5 to Roskilde icon_eek.gif


I charged my HTC One from 50% to full last night. All 4 indicator lights were still lit up afterwards, so I'm very happy so far.
Written on: 07.06.2013 10:03
Saturnus
Posts: 3048
Of course, I you had a decent stereo in your camp it wouldn't be a problem at all as you could just recharge from that.
Written on: 07.06.2013 10:45
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
Saturnus wrote:

Of course, I you had a decent stereo in your camp it wouldn't be a problem at all as you could just recharge from that.


But that leaves no excuse to buy gadgets! icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 10.06.2013 10:19
Engelman
Posts: 28
Just Ordered the 12000mAh EasyAcc! Went "all in" and ordered a pouch/case for it as well icon_smile.gif

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00CPVC1P4/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Hopefully everyone here is still happy with theirs. Interesting to see how long will the EasyAcc battery power our camps phones and sound system!

Cheers!
Written on: 10.06.2013 11:35
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
Engelman wrote:

Just Ordered the 12000mAh EasyAcc! Went "all in" and ordered a pouch/case for it as well icon_smile.gif

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00CPVC1P4/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Hopefully everyone here is still happy with theirs. Interesting to see how long will the EasyAcc battery power our camps phones and sound system!

Cheers!


I have a running tally on mine. So far it's charged my HTC One 168% and three of four LEDs are still lit. I hope to end up somewhere around 400% and it looks feasible at this point. I'll update again when I've managed to deplete the battery entirely. I'm *very* happy with it so far.

Btw, it was delivered with a small pouch (more like a cover - it won't close over the battery, but it protects it a little and the USB plugs are accessible.

ETA: Have now charged my phone (2300mAh battery) 263% - two LEDs still 'alive'.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 12.06.2013 at 09:32.]
Written on: 12.06.2013 23:32
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
Yes, I'm double-posting to bump the thread.

Final tally on the EasyAcc 12000mAh Superboy:

It's given my HTC One (2300mAh) 320% power in total. The phone has been turned on (and used for quick browsing, texting and couple of quick calls) while charging, so I'm happy with the result. If it'd be just my phone charging from it and with normal use, I'm guessing that I could make it through the entire festival (8 days) with just one recharge. However, once my camp mates get wind of it, I doubt that I'll be able to keep it to myself icon_smile.gif. Furthermore, I intend to take copious amounts of pictures with the phone, so I aim to recharge the Superboy twice - maybe three times. Still loads better than having to recharge the phone *at least* once a day. Had the phone been turned off while charging, I'm sure I could have squeezed 400% out of the powerbank.

All in all: thumbs up from me and about what I expected.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 12.06.2013 at 23:33.]
Written on: 26.06.2013 12:53
sofia berg
Posts: 143
I decided to buy one for my self after reading about it here and the reviews on amazon, and I finally picked it up today. It was charged up to 3 dots so it´s loading right now. icon_cool.gif

A couple of questions thou..
Does an iPhone charger give the power bank enough juice and how long does it take to charge it from empty? I have a bunch of chargers, so tell me which one to use.

And also, which outlet to use for iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3?

Thaaaaaanks!!
Written on: 26.06.2013 13:07
Law Abiding Citizen
Posts: 35

I decided to buy one for my self after reading about it here and the reviews on amazon, and I finally picked it up today. It was charged up to 3 dots so it´s loading right now. icon_cool.gif

A couple of questions thou..
Does an iPhone charger give the power bank enough juice and how long does it take to charge it from empty? I have a bunch of chargers, so tell me which one to use.

And also, which outlet to use for iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3?

Thaaaaaanks!!


I used an iPhone charger to charge my powerbank. I've charged it about 500% so far, so i'll say it's a fine way to do it.
Also, I use slot 2 for my iPhone 5. The slots uses are shown in the manual.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 26.06.2013 at 13:09.]
Written on: 26.06.2013 13:47
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
The charging time depends on the output of the plug. I've tried with two different plugs - one 500mAh = about 16 hours to charge, and one 1Ah = just over 8 hours to charge. I believe that a standard iPhone plug outputs 1Ah? At least that's the case for HTC's Android plugs. Furthermore, Roskilde has officially stated that "if it plugs in via a normal 220v charger, we'll charge it!" when asked if they'd charge things other than phones (the question was posed on Facebook)

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 26.06.2013 at 13:47.]
Written on: 26.06.2013 14:49
Saturnus
Posts: 3048
Mrs. Brian wrote:

The charging time depends on the output of the plug. I've tried with two different plugs - one 500mAh = about 16 hours to charge, and one 1Ah = just over 8 hours to charge. I believe that a standard iPhone plug outputs 1Ah? At least that's the case for HTC's Android plugs. Furthermore, Roskilde has officially stated that "if it plugs in via a normal 220v charger, we'll charge it!" when asked if they'd charge things other than phones (the question was posed on Facebook)


Iphone 5 and newer HTC/Samsung/Nokia/etc phones take 2.1A USB.
Written on: 26.06.2013 16:53
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
Saturnus wrote:


Iphone 5 and newer HTC/Samsung/Nokia/etc phones take 2.1A USB.


Yup and the 2.1A port on the powerbank works fine with my phone. But I don't have a 220v plug which outputs 2.1A, so I'm making due with my 1A phone plug icon_smile.gif
Written on: 26.06.2013 17:01
Saturnus
Posts: 3048
Mrs. Brian wrote:

Saturnus wrote:


Iphone 5 and newer HTC/Samsung/Nokia/etc phones take 2.1A USB.


Yup and the 2.1A port on the powerbank works fine with my phone. But I don't have a 220v plug which outputs 2.1A, so I'm making due with my 1A phone plug icon_smile.gif


It's too late now but they cost $4-5 including shipping on fleabay
Written on: 26.06.2013 17:51
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
Saturnus wrote:

Mrs. Brian wrote:

Saturnus wrote:


Iphone 5 and newer HTC/Samsung/Nokia/etc phones take 2.1A USB.


Yup and the 2.1A port on the powerbank works fine with my phone. But I don't have a 220v plug which outputs 2.1A, so I'm making due with my 1A phone plug icon_smile.gif


It's too late now but they cost $4-5 including shipping on fleabay


Oh well - I'll have to live with the 8 hours. I'll make sure to get one for next year, though icon_smile.gif
Written on: 27.06.2013 09:12
Engelman
Posts: 28
Mrs. Brian wrote:

Saturnus wrote:

Mrs. Brian wrote:

Saturnus wrote:


Iphone 5 and newer HTC/Samsung/Nokia/etc phones take 2.1A USB.


Yup and the 2.1A port on the powerbank works fine with my phone. But I don't have a 220v plug which outputs 2.1A, so I'm making due with my 1A phone plug icon_smile.gif


It's too late now but they cost $4-5 including shipping on fleabay


Oh well - I'll have to live with the 8 hours. I'll make sure to get one for next year, though icon_smile.gif


If you have an iPad charger, you can use that. It'll give you 2,1A.
Written on: 27.06.2013 10:30
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
Engelman wrote:


If you have an iPad charger, you can use that. It'll give you 2,1A.


I suffer from acute apple allergy, so no icon_smile.gif


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