Old 11-24-14, 05:11 PM
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Originally Posted by John Redcorn View Post
They make power packs like 6000 or 10000 mah that'd charge something giant like a note, 3 times, or something small like an iphone 5 or less like 6 times.
Off-topic. Be careful with those chinese power packs. They are often built VERY cheaply and VERY dangerously. I wouldn't trust my $300+ device to one of them. Not only can they easily catch on fire, but there is the potential to deliver higher than normal voltages to your device as well. In a harsh environment such as a bike (bumpy), I doubt they would last very long.
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