EZOPower 5200mAh Pocket Size External Battery Pack High Capacity Power Bank Charger 1A output with LED Flashlight for Apple iPhone 4 4s 3Gs 3G, iPod Touch / Amazon Kindle / Samsung Galaxy S3 S S2 S II, Advance, Galaxy Nexus, Epic 4G / Blackberry Torch Bold Curve / HTC Sensation 4G, XE, XL, One X, Thunderbolt, EVO Shift 3D, Inspire / LG Optimus V 2X 3D t / Motorola Droid Razr X 3 2 Bionic, Atrix 2, Triumph / Nokia Lumia 900 800 – (Black)

EZOPower External Backup Battery is the perfect solution for emergency power and power on the go. It includes a built-in battery that can be recharged by provided USB cable. Charge your devices (Cellphone, iPhone, iPod, MP3, Kindle, NDS, GPS, etc) on the go. This is the perfect unit for campers, travelers, gadget enthusiasts, hikers, and power hungry consumers.

Brand new EZOPower backup battery.

Battery Type: Lithium-Ion

Battery Capacity: 5200mAh

Micro-USB Input: 5V 1000mA

USB Output: 5V 1000mA

Weight: 114g

Dimension: 85 x 41 x 24 mm

On/Off button to start/end charging

4 LEDs indicates battery capacity

Integrated microchip prevents overcharging

Recharge this battery by connecting micro-USB cable with PC/laptop

Package include battery, USB cable & adapters pin

Also works with original or generic USB cable

Product Features

  • Brand New EZOPwer External Backup Battery. Size is thin and lightweight, can easily slip into your pocket.
  • convenient, portable, and compact external rechargable back-up battery
  • Compatible with most portable devices (Mobile Phones, Music Players, Portable Gaming Devices, Digital Readers, etc.)
  • Charges via included USB cable + Includes interchangable charging tips such as mini USB, micro USB, and more for your convenience. Recharge battery with PC/Laptop USB port. Rechargeable cable provided.
  • Package include battery, USB cable & adapters pin

  • Karl says:

    Great quality and capacity for the money For typical usage, a full charge gives me three recharges of my phone without going completely dead. The battery doesn’t drain itself noticeably when not in use, although the flashlight (which is activated by holding the power button for 3 seconds) has a tendency to turn on in your pocket. The flashlight is about as wimpy as you might expect, being a single white LED, about as bright as those single LED flashlights that run off button batteries. I’ve run the flashlight for about 4 hours straight without the battery indicator dropping at all, but considering it’s at most a 20mA LED this isn’t surprising. It feels very solid and sturdy, and I wouldn’t hesitate to toss it in a bag on any trip. It’s smaller than a pack of cigarettes, and the rounded shape is not that noticeable in your pocket.I have tested it with just about every USB-powered device I own, and it has worked well with everything except my Nook Tablet. While it will charge the tablet, it’s somewhat slow, and if I’m doing something intensive (like streaming Netflix with the backlight all the way up) then the tablet battery will still drain, just very slowly. In this case, the Nook Tablet adapter gives 5V at 1.9A so I’m not surprised. However, this is no worse than any of the other USB battery packs I looked at- the best ones all give 1A max, because most devices won’t use more than that. One last note is that the data lines in the USB socket are not shorted (normally done in phone wall chargers), so when using the original cable for my Epic 4G it would charge in PC mode which means it’s drawing less current and charging slower. If you use the included cables then it’ll charge much faster, because inside the adapter tip for Mini and Micro USB the data lines are shorted.I personally bought one of these after finding that my newer Android-based gadgets would not charge off the older YG-020 solar panel I used to use while camping, because it outputs about 6v. Most newer devices (like my Android phone) adhere more strictly to USB specs, so anything outside of the 4.75v to 5.25v range ( 5v ± 5%) and the devices won’t charge. I originally intended to just use the EZOPower battery to recharge my phone at the end of a week-long camping trip, but while on the trip I found that it was happy with the ~6 volts off the solar panel. I was able to charge it up enough during the day to keep my phone (Samsung Epic 4G) and Motoactv watch charged over the week under medium usage (one TV show episode a day on the phone, and music on the Motoactv for a couple hours.) Because the solar panel output was only 400mA it took a long time to charge back up (probably about 14 hours for a full charge), but it charged enough to keep both devices at full battery all week.

  • J. Skowron says:

    Awesome universal battery pack for Android and other devices This product is very versatile, you can charge basically anything you want that requires 5V input. This is a Fast Charge device, i.e., it gives 1 A current, in contrast to normal USB in computer that gives 0.5 A or standard Samsung charger that gives 0.7 A. This device is good even for a large screen smartphones, like Galaxy Nexus, in the sense it will charge faster than computer and in the same time as factory fast charge charger. If you have normal smartphone one charge of battery pack will give you easily 2 full charges of your phone.I am using my Samsung micro USB charger to charge battery pack and I keep the pack in my bag just in case. When needed I use Samsung data charge micro USB cable (for example this one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001XXUOQI) to charge my phone from the battery pack. Works great.You can also charge other devices with the provided adapters. There is also a micro USB adapter, but I prefer dedicated cable because of the slight additional weight of the adapter and shorter length.

  • GB-Tech says:

    Excellent Emergency Power unit WOW! I tried other units before, but this is by far the best!I like the built in power meter to let me know the state of chargeand it can charge at 1 amp not 700 ma max like other units.I am going to order another for my daughter.