External Battery Pack 18000mAh (Limeade Blast L180X) USB Charger with built-in Flashlight for iPhone 5, 4S, 4, iPad Mini, iPods; Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, S2, Note 2; HTC One, EVO, Thunderbolt, Incredible, Droid DNA; Motorola ATRIX, Droid; Google Nexus 4 ; LG Optimus

About the Limeade Blast L180X

The Limeade Blast 18000mah External Battery pack is the largest capacity portable battery of it’s kind available on the market. Until now, super high capacity battery packs were too bulky and heavy to be of much use. The Limeade Blast L180X packs a ton of power in a sleek and compact form and can easily slip into a backpack, purse, or pocket without weighing you down. Other external batteries on the market use standard 1A inputs. Limeade Blast features a 2A input meaning the L180X can be charged in as little as 11 hours. Because the Limeade Blast charges devices anywhere, anytime and won’t be drained after just a couple uses, it is the perfect portable external battery pack for a variety of situations.

Perfect For:

Families, outdoor sports, commuters, international travel and vacations, emergency kits or everyday use

Popular Compatible Devices Use included cable or your own cable.

Apple: iPhone 5, iPhone 4, 4S, 3G, 3GS / iPad 4, 3, 2, 1 / iPad Mini / iPod

Samsung: Galaxy S4, S3, S2, S, S2 / Galaxy Note 2, 1 / Galaxy Tab / Focus S / Infuse

Google: Nexus 4, 7, 10

Amazon: Kindle, Kindle Fire, Kindle HD

HTC: One X, S, V / Sensation / EVO / Radar / Inspire / Vivid / Wildfire S / ThunderBolt / Incredible 2 S / Rezound / Desire / Droid DNA

Motorola: Droid Razr Maxx HD, Droid Razr HD, M, 4 / Bionic / Atrix / Triumph

Nokia: Lumia 920, 900, 710, 800 / N8 / N9

Blackberry:Z10, Q10, Bold, Torch, Curve, Playbook

Sony: Xperia Z, M, XP, L / PSP

Other: Go Pro Hero3 / Nook, Nook Color, Nook HD, HD+ / Handheld camcorders / Point-n-shoot digital cameras

Product Features

  • Speed charging 2A input significantly shortens charging time; Limeade Blast batteries can charge twice as fast as other external batteries on the market.
  • Extremely high capacity 18,000mAh Lithium battery charges two devices simultaneously- anywhere, anytime. Perfect for travel, camping or hiking, emergencies, commuters and families.
  • Stylish design with smudge-resistant rubber finish and built-in safety flashlight. Compact form fits into any bag, backpack, purse or pocket. Measures 4.8 x 3.1 x 0.9 inches and weighs only 13 ounces.
  • Auto-on and auto-off preserves battery charge. Grade A battery cells and high quality circuitry provide protection against short circuit, anti-discharge protection, anti-overcurrent protection and anti-explosion protections. 500+ lifetime use cycles
  • Package includes: 1 Limeade Blast L180X 18000mah External battery and one 2-in-1 Micro USB to 30-pin Apple Adapter Cable- no extra adapters to carry! 12 month warranty

  • C. Bayne "katluvr_1" says:

    Awesome powerbank I got one of these (the 18,000 mAh version) through a Kickstarter campaign (just ended 5/31/13) and was kind of surprised to see it on Amazon so quickly. So far, I really like this. I’ve charged my , my , and my all on the same initial charge. The phone and Kindle still had about 1/2 charge left when I started, but the tablet was completely dead when I plugged it in and all three charged to 100%. I’m not sure how much is left in the bank now (>25% according to the light) but it’s enough to turn on the flashlight, which is quite bright!This has a full rubber coating that’s nice and grippy and will keep this from slipping off the table when your cat jumps up. It’s slightly shorter and wider than my phone, and about twice as thick. It’s able to charge 2 USB things at once, and comes with a 2-in-1 micro USB/iPhone (old style) charging cord. If you want to charge your Galaxy Tablet, you’ll have to provide your own plug. (Not a problem for me – I’m just happy it will charge the Galaxy tab at all.) It’s got a flashlight – click the on/off switch TWICE to turn that on or off. It’s about 2.5 times as heavy as my phone (using the scientific process of holding one in each hand and guestimating).I charged it over night, so I don’t know how long it actually takes to charge up. But my phone, tablet, and Kindle charged in just a few hours.It says the cycle life is 500 uses. I’ve had it less than a week, so I can’t vouch for that. But it’s first few uses went quite well. It didn’t get hot (though the rubber could have masked that) and it charged several things.Someday someone will invent a two ounce, 50,000 mAh battery that will charge itself just from the air in ten minutes. (I would seriously invest in that Kickstarter campaign!) Until then, this is a pretty good option.

  • Jennifer H Yang says:

    One of the most flexible/best portable chargers out there at the moment. I figure I’d list some pros and cons beyond what is apparent from the features and marketing.Pros –The construction feels very sturdy and solid and the rubber feels good in your hands.-It’s easy to keep clean.-It looks and feels and (so far) works like a quality product and something you would want to spend ~$100 on.-Tech support told me that the most recent iPad’s charger (5.2V-2.4A) would work to charge this battery safely. (Although I am not sure if it would work in reverse (i.e. if you’d be able to charge the most recent iPad with it) – have yet to test either of these things out).Cons –Heavy (feels like it’s just under 3 pounds)-Took longer to charge than advertised (5V-1A (i.e. your typical phone charger)) at around 15 hours from when I got it to full capacity (not even sure if it was empty when I got it). I haven’t tried a faster charging method, yet, though, as it will allow for up to 5V-2A.-LED lights are hard to discern when it’s at any sort of angle, because an internal reflection makes it look like there’s an extra one on the bottom and top, depending on the angle at which you’re viewing the device from. This may have been easier to discern if the 4 leds weren’t in a bar shape and instead were isolated (e.g. like pin holes instead of a bar).Miscellaneous notes:-It came with some really minor chips and scratches on the bottom, so I was unhappy about that.-Customer support e-mail was pretty responsive and informative, so that was nice.-It’s not something I’d want to just toss in my pocket and go out somewhere (a little heavy and big), but I find that it is most useful when planning a long plane ride or a long day trip/camping where I intend to have heavy device usage.

  • Jeremy Jeffries says:

    Excellent product for away charging Big battery allows for multiple charges for multiple devices. In points like camping! Excellent for when power is out and you’re in the middle of a storm!Well constructed exterior!Auto-on feature!Built-in flash light!Everything you want and more!