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A Power Bank Charger is the same as using a 1 amp wall adapter. How many hours to charge your phone depends on how depleted your phone battery is. Example: if your phone battery requires 2000mA to charge it up completely. It will take the Power Bank Portable Charger approximately 2 hours to recharge your phone.
  • Small and easy to carry in your pocket or bag.
  • MicroUSB cable is included for charging and use with all Samsung and all other phones.
  • A premium colbalt 18650 battery is used. Capacity:5600mAh.
  • Input Voltage:5V 1A.
  • Output 5V 1A.
  • Certifications: CE, RoHS & FCC .
  • Size 3.75" x 1.75" x 1.25"
  • How do I use a Power Bank?

    Simple: Plug one end of the USB cable into your phone or tablet, the other end into the PowerBank 5600mAh. Press down the button on top and start charging.

    How to charge a Power Bank 5600mAh?

    Use a wall adapter or USB port and a mirco USB cable.

    How many hours does it take to charge a Power Bank 5600mAh?

    It will recharge in 1-2 hours.

    How long does a Power Bank 5600mAh battery last?

    It will provide more than 500 cycles of charging discharging for several years and keep this capacity for about 2 years.

    A lithium battery has very little discharge when not being used, therefore charge it up and use the Power Bank when you need it.

    Will it charge my mobile phone completely.

    Almost. Newer phones have batteries larger than 2600mAh. Perfect for top ups and emergencies.

    What does 5600mAh mean?

    mAh means milliamp hours (1000 milliamps = 1 amp). Therefore 5600 mah = 5.6 amps. This is the measure of available current inside the battery that can be delivered for one hour. For most mobile batteries that use lithium cobalt electrodes, this number should be multiplied by .8 or 80% because the phone will shut off and show empty when the battery voltage falls to 3.0 VDC. Therefore, the deliverable current is actually 4480mAh. The shut down voltage of 3 VDC leaves a little charge in the battery for emergency mode as well as enough current so the charging circuit can read the battery.