n our latest post we cover the most frequently asked questions about Power Banks and how you can use them to help increase customer loyalty in your business.
How do Power Banks work?
Power Banks are incredibly easy to use. Simply charge your Power Bank first, the LED lights will display the charge status. Once fully charged you can plug your phone or tablet into the Power Bank via the USB cable. The Power Bank will then start charging your device. It's as simple as that.
What devices can be charged by a Power Bank?
Our Power Banks are compatible with all the major device manufacturers such as Apple, Samsung, Android, Kindle and many more.
What does the mAh Capacity mean?
Power Banks have a capacity rated in mAh (milliampere hours). This is a measure of the charge stored within the Power Bank. The industry standard is that the total cumulative charge stored within the Power Bank cell(s) is stated as its capacity. Basically, the bigger the mAh number, the more times it can charge your device before a Power Bank recharge is needed. More information is here.
Is it safe to charge my device multiple times a day?
Our Power Banks are extremely safe. We carry out rigorous safety checks on all of our products. You can view all of our Safety certificates on our Certificates page. All model Safety Certificates are also located on the individual Product Pages. Some of our safety features include:
High-quality batteries from leading brands
Strong body to protect from bumps and knocks
Output over-current and over-voltage protection
Input over-current and over-voltage protection
High-temperature shut down
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) protection
How long does it take a Power Bank to charge?
It depends on what size (mAh) your Power Bank is. The LED light on our Power Banks will indicate how much battery is available.
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Hey. And I want to write a few words about the relevance of buying a power bank 20000mah. If you do not use your phone too actively or travel infrequently, then buying a Power Bank may well be far from a priority task and not even necessary. There is no need to spend extra money on one of these devices just for convenience. The opposite is true if you are constantly on the move.