Featuring dual USB charging ports (2.4A per USB), so you can charge two mobile devices simultaneously. Between both ports, your devices will enjoy up to 4.8A of total power output, but no more than 2.4A of charging power per port.
iQ Smart Charging Technology
iQ Smart Charging technology provides fast charging for smartphones, tablets, MP3 players, cameras and other mobile devices.
The power bank will automatically select the optimal charging speed for each connected device.
The MaxLife Travel Battery power bank has taken care of security, equipping it with a security against overcharging, excessive discharge, short circuit and excessive current.
The MaxLife Travel Battery back up battery will automatically start charge your device, whether that be your iPhone 14, Apple iPad or Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra as soon as it's connected, no need to press any buttons.
The MaxLife Travel Battery is designed to be a universal charger, supporting any device that has a charging cable that ends in a USB Type-A connector. If you have a smartphone with a micro-USB or USB Type C to USB Type-A charging cable, connect one end to the phone, and the other the power bank to start charging.
There are also handy LED status indicators, which give information on both the current charging status, as well as the current battery level of the MaxLife Travel Battery.
Charging the MaxLife Travel Battery
To charge the MaxLife Travel Battery, simply connect the included micro USB cable or use your own USB Type C cable and plug it into a USB charger, or available USB port on a desktop or laptop computer.
Capacity 10,000 mAh
DC Input Power 5V DC at 2 A
Output Power 5 V, 2.4 A, 5 V, 2.4 A
Dimensions 135 x 70 x 15 mm
Weight 212 g
Our Expert review of the MaxLife Travel Battery 10,000mAh Power Bank
What would you use it for?
Sadly we no-longer have tech and devices with batteries that last for days and weeks on end. Perhaps that’s a bit of an exaggeration but long gone are the days we only needed to charge our Nokia 3310 once a week, sometimes less, but what is obvious is that our smartphones and tablets do an awful lot more than the trusty 3310. Take the MaxLife backup battery with you and it can provide your Apple iPhone 14 Pro or Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra with up to 4 recharges before it needs to be recharged. It can also charge 2 devices at once.
What’s good about it?
Having the peace of mind knowing that if you don’t have immediate access to a power source for more than a day or 2 you’ll be able to charge your smartphone or tablet or camera or whatever portable device you have with you. As we well know the latest mobile phones don’t last much more than a day, even with light to moderate usage so having a power bank that’s able to provide up to 4 recharges is invaluable.
Are there any drawbacks?
Sadly yes, and ironically that you’ll need to recharge the device that recharges your other devices eventually. The LED indicator on the front will give you an accurate measure of how much juice is left so it won’t just run out on you unexpectedly.
Are there alternative products available?
Loads! Seriously, there are so many different types of portable USB and wireless back up power bank in so many different flavours.