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Power Bank from Exocharge

Exocharge sent me one of their power banks to check out.

You can charge multiple devices at once with integrated USB-A and USB-C ports (newer models that he one I use). It incorporates a 10,000 mAh battery that delivers up to 18W Power Delivery (PD) from the USB-C port. The USB-A port delivers up to 12W of power.

Exocharge boasts that you can get up to three charges for iPhone (iPhone 11 Pro) before you have to recharge the Exilage power bank. They didn’t lie. I used it quite a bit over several months and got consistent charging performance.

One of the features I really like is the LED read out which shows you the power level left in the device, from 0-100.

I use the Elixage USB to USB-C cable along with a USB-C to Lightning cable from my iPhone, depending on what I am doing.

It measures 6.25″ x 3″ x .5″ so for storage, I am using a Lochby Quattro pouch which fits everything like it was made for it. Made from waxed cotton, it is a zippered pouch normally used to corral your pocket notebook and pens. It’s available in Brown and Black.

3 Responses to “Power Bank from Exocharge”

  1. rob c says:

    Ok SSD, why this product?

    Like one of 1000 of other generic 10k mah usb battery packs out there, doesn’t even belong on this site

    • SoonerShooter says:

      Wont speak for SSD, but their website does target “defense applications” and they brag about meeting MIL-STD-810H and MIL-STD-461G. Not sure if Anker, Belkin or RAV advertise about military applications.

  2. Looks good, as much as there is always an Anker battery with me, I wouldn’t consider it anywhere close to meeting MIL-STD-810H and MIL-STD-461G