The EasyAcc 10,000mAh is just like any other power bank out there in a lot of ways, at least when it comes to what it’s used for. That’s about where the similarities stop as it packs quite a bit of punch for it’s relatively cheap price. Then throw in the fact that it’s slim in size which makes it easy to carry around all day in your bag of tech, your purse or even in the back pocket of your favorite pair of jeans or shorts.
About The Charger
With the form-factor of a 1TB Seagate external hard disk only with a longer edge length, the EasyAcc is comfortable to hold in the hand. It’s compact, colorful(I love the purple/black version they sent me to review) portable, easy to store and to carry in a pocket or bag. There is just nothing bad to say about the EasyAcc 10,000mAh charger in my opinion.
The portable battery bank on one thick edge has 2 USB output ports-one with 1.5V, 2.1A and other with 2.5V, 1.5A. For the input you can find a micro-USB port.
If you want to charge the pack, just plug-in the micro-USB connector to the packs input micro-USB port and the connectors USB pin to a computer USB port or any USB port for that matter. Most all of us have cables laying around that we can use to plug into the EasyAcc charger to charge it when it’s in need of some fresh juice. And of course packaged in the box with the EasyAcc charger are two different micro-USB cables. One of 20cm long and the other one is 60cm long.
The EasyAcc charger has a feature that if it’s not in use and powering something for a full 90 seconds, then it will automatically turn itself off. This is very handy as it saves the battery life of the charger itself so that if you forget about it and leave it on, it won’t stay on and just continue to run itself dead eventually.
The battery life on the EasyAcc 10,000mAh charger is approximately 6 months on stand-by if fully charged. It will charge your mobile phone several times before it needs to be recharged itself. I charged both my Moto X 2014 and my iPhone 6 4 times each before I needed to plug the EasyAcc charger into an outlet and charge it up. Pretty impressive for something so small in size.
The EasyAcc is one of the best portable chargers I’ve actually had the pleasure to use and to review. At 10,000mAh it might not be the most powerful as far as mAh’s are concerned, but the EasyAcc definitely seems to charge a couple more devices than others in the same mAh range. Plus consider how small and lightweight it is, not to mention the awesome purple/black color which is kind of different as well as the fact that you can pick it up for $16.99 – $18.99 via the link below, and you’ve got a solid product all around.
You can pick one of these up via the link below and if you do, please let us know in the comments that you’re getting one. If you’re already a proud owner of one of these EasyAcc chargers, let us know in the comments below what you feel about the device and if it’s worth the $20.