Juice-UP 100W Power Bank | QC-PDPPS 26800mAh | 94.7Wh UM1107. Juice 2 power bank

Juice-UP 100W Power Bank | QC-PD.PPS 26800mAh | 94.7Wh UM1107

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UltraProlink UM1107 Juice-Up 100W/ 26800mAh, power bank is a premium power bank for your Laptops other small electronics. The design is simple easy to use. This gadget can charge phones, laptops, notebooks, and anything else you carry around with you. Excellent for outdoor and travel. Additionally transportable for outdoor activities like camping and shooting. The unit gets fully charged within 2.0-2.5 Hours depending on how much battery is depleted. The battery strength of the power bank is indicated through the Blue LED lights. Included in the box. Power bank Unit x 1 / USB Type C. C cable 1m (60W) / Manual x 1.

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At UltraProlink.com, we provide world-class shipping to all our customers that includes inspection, fast on-time delivery, top quality packaging, insurance for the package, and timely communication at each stage of shipping. We completely understand that once you buy merchandise online, the biggest question usually is Where is my stuff? well at UltraProlink.com, we address that concern by promising you Hassle Worry Free Shipping. This means that once you have bought a product at our site, we take care of everything so you don’t have worry about anything. Each order we receive will be processed within 48 hours, and you will hear from us at every step of the way- i.e.- when the order is placed, processed, shipped, and delivered. And of course, any questions along the way just contact our Customer Support and we will resolve your problem right there. We have partnered with most of the top courier and logistics partners to assure that you receive your order on time and safely with full courtesy and attention. Kindly refer to our detailed Delivery Policy here.

Review: Juice power banks – a couple of squashes short of a juice bar?

We’ve all been there. Enjoying a night out, or a weekend trip, or any long day away from sockets, when disaster strikes – a dead phone battery. Your salvation? A portable charger. In steps Juice.

On first look, everything about the Juice chargers – Juice Squash Power Bank, Juice Squash XL Power Bank and Juice Power Station, all available at Carphone Warehouse ­– seems like exactly what you’re looking for.

They exhibit an economy of design – sleek, elegant and (with the exception of the Power Station) small enough to fit in a handbag or – that’s immediately appealing. They’re also all weirdly soft to the touch, but not in a bad way.

Their micro USB to USB charging system is simplicity itself, with an included-in-box cable fulfilling both the function of charging your phone and of charging the power pack itself, provided you have an Android phone. iOS users must use their own charging cables, as a result of Apple’s unique – read, ‘at times frustrating’ – charge-port design.

Even if you are an iOS user, using one of the power banks only requires you to carry a single cable, which is a relief for anyone who wants a truly portable experience. Minimal clutter, minimal headache.

And yet the Juice power banks aren’t without flaw.

Niggling design issues

Where the Juice Squash Power Bank and Squash XL Power Bank have crystal clear battery level indicators, the Power Station’s design places an almost impossible-to-discern battery indicator below its surface. As a small LED battles to be seen through layers of plastic, you’ll find yourself straining for any idea of battery level at all.

And they’re not intuitive. With a product like this – especially one that’s cleared the bar elsewhere – you want it to be easy, straight from the box.

To display battery level when not actively charging the power pack is simple on the Squash XL. Push a button and hey, presto. On the other two devices, it’s a little more opaque, and a lot of messing around is required to find out how much juice (pardon the pun), is left.

But that issue is not exclusive to displaying battery level. It takes a little trial and error, and some futzing around with the USB cable, to get the power pack to engage at all. You’re never quite sure if it’s human error that’s causing the problem, or design.

A glance at the rudimentary instructions suggests that shaking the power pack should wake it up and get it working. That must be a Masons’ secret handshake-esque trick, as it took a whole lot of shaking to get anything to happen at all.

Not enough Juice

Quite simply, none of these power packs performed as advertised. All tests were carried out using iOS devices, so there may be some wiggle room if you’re on Android, but don’t take that for granted.

The Juice Squash Power Bank claims to offer one-and-a-half charges on an iPhone 6. It got less than one (83pc charge). The Squash XL power bank is meant to get you three, but netted just under two (190pc charge). Both charged relatively quickly.

The Juice Power Station was the biggest letdown. Purporting to give you one full charge of an iPad Air, it only managed to eke out 62pc – albeit charging a regular ol’ iPad, not the Air – and took a painful four hours and 15 minutes to get that far before dying.

That said, the Power Station would be ideal for camping or for the festival circuit, as it would give a couple of full charges to a smartphone or two.

The Juice Power Station in action. Photo: Connor McKenna

The most unforgivable issue though, for me, was that the adapters don’t seem to communicate fully with the device they’re charging.

Where traditional chargers stop charging at 100pc, the Juice power banks apparently eschew logic and continue pumping in the power. As a person who turns off all notifications over night, and thus someone not used to hearing vibrations in the early hours, it woke me each time it began its charge cycle.

Unplugging my phone from the charger in a fit of frustration at 3am, and waking to a battery still at 100pc, it’s clear the charging cycle was unnecessary. This means the pack uses up more of its own battery power than necessary, rendering it far less effective than it should be. Of course, this can be avoided if you only charge during daylight hours, and if you’re watching like a hawk for it to hit 100.


This may read like a damning review, but really the things that count tick all the right boxes.

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Yes, it may take the intellect of Einstein to get one of the damn things to work, and yes, they may not give quite the charge they claim, but, to all intents and purposes, they do just what they’re supposed to do – they charge your phone (or iPad).

You’re unlikely to ever be using one of these as your main source of power and, for festivals, long days, or nights out, they’re just what you need to top up your battery and keep you texting, tweeting and Tindering until you get back to civilisation.

Final verdict? Three-and-a-half out of five. They may not be perfect, but they get the job done (more or less).

Juice power banks are available at Carphone Warehouse.

The Best Portable Chargers and Power Banks for 2023

Is your phone, tablet, or laptop typically in the battery red zone before the day’s end? These portable chargers and power banks give you the most boost when you’re out of juice.

I love portable technology—if you can put it in a or a bag, I’m probably into it. I’ve covered phones and tablets of all shapes and sizes, and reviewed everything from game consoles to laptops in my decade-plus career. Prior to joining PCMag, I wrote articles for Android Authority, How-To Geek, MUO, New Atlas, Tom’s Hardware, and plenty of other tech publications.

Watching your phone or tablet steadily run out of power when you’re nowhere near an outlet is stressful. Fortunately, third-party portable batteries are available in many sizes and capacities. Some power banks offer fast charging, wireless charging, built-in cables, AC adapters, and LED flashlights—and even the ability to jump-start your car. Regardless of your budget, you can find a portable charger that keeps your device going when your battery icon starts to dip into the red.

But with so many options to choose from, how do you know which one is right for you? Read on for our tips, followed by the most important points to consider as you shop.

Recommended by Our Editors

Best Affordable PD Power Bank

Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD

Why We Picked It

Despite its reasonable price, the Anker PowerCore Slim PD 10000 offers high-end features like USB Power Delivery for fast charging, as well as both types of USB ports.

Who It’s For

This 10,000mAh charger doesn’t have the highest capacity, but it’s more than enough for people who need just a little extra power throughout the day and don’t have the patience for slow charging speeds.

Best Ultra-Portable Power Bank

Anker 321 Power Bank (PowerCore 5K)

Why We Picked It

A huge battery capacity is convenient, but sometimes you need a small device that you can carry around without a backpack. The 5,200mAh Anker 321 Power Bank fits that need perfectly, especially because it offers both a USB-A and USB-C port.

Who It’s For

This is ideal for people who care more about portability than capacity. It won’t charge your phone multiple times, but it can still get you through a long day.

Best for Charging Laptops

Anker 737 Power Bank

Why We Picked It

The Anker 737 features 140W output, which means it can charge bigger, more power-hungry devices like a laptop just as effortlessly as it can juice up a phone or tablet.

Who It’s For

If you often need to charge a laptop when you’re nowhere near an outlet, this 24,000mAh backup battery can lower your stress levels. It’s more expensive than other options on this list, so people who tend to charge smaller devices like phones or tablets are better off with the more affordable choices.

Apple MagSafe Battery Pack

Why We Picked It

True to its name, Apple’s MagSafe Battery Pack is notable for its MagSafe support. You can simply stick it to the back of your phone to charge it wirelessly.

Who It’s For

If you need to keep your iPhone running while away from home, you won’t find a more convenient solution. People with older iPhones (before the iPhone 12) need to look at other options, though, as MagSafe isn’t supported.

Best High-Capacity Power Bank

Mophie Powerstation XXL

Why We Picked It

The Mophie Powerstation XXL does it all—it has a considerable 20,000mAh capacity, 18W PD charging, and both USB-A and USB-C ports.

Who It’s For

If you’re looking to recharge a phone or tablet several times on the go (and quickly), this is a top choice. The only drawback is that it doesn’t support larger devices like laptops.

Most Durable PD Power Bank

Otterbox Fast Charger Power Bank

Why We Picked It

Many people know Otterbox for its durable phone cases, but the company is now bringing that expertise to the world of power banks. In addition to its strong build quality, the Otterbox Fast Charger Power Bank has all the key features you need, such as fast charging with PD, both types of USB ports, and several options for battery capacity.

Who It’s For

If you are worried about damaging your backup battery when you travel or commute, this is one of the safest bets. It also comes with a limited lifetime warranty.

Best Solar-Powered Portable Charger

QiSa Solar Charger

Why We Picked It

The QiSa Solar Charger can use the sun to recharge itself, supports both wired and wireless charging, and even has a built-in flashlight. Best of all, it offers a massive 38,800mAh capacity.

Who It’s For

If you spend a lot of time outdoors, this is among your best choices for keeping your devices running while off of the grid. In other words, it’s camping approved.

What Size Battery Do You Need?

On the.friendly front, most smaller batteries have a capacity of around 5,000mAh, which is typically enough to top up most phones once.

Meanwhile, a 10,000mAh battery can give today’s flagships two full charges. A 20,000mAh battery can charge a flagship four times, or two phones two times. Some power banks have enough juice to power laptops. Of course, a higher capacity often translates to a heavier, larger, and more expensive battery.

Most companies advertise how many times their products can recharge popular phones, but if you want to calculate that number for yourself, RAVPower has a useful guide (Opens in a new window) that can give you an estimate.

In the end, it’s best to assess your typical needs before buying. If your phone hits the red zone by mid-afternoon and you only need enough juice to get you to the end of the workday, a 5,000mAh battery should be plenty.

What’s the Difference Between Power Input and Output?

You’ll find three types of ports on today’s portable batteries:

Generally speaking, you charge the battery itself via micro USB or USB-C (input). Some batteries charge faster than others and USB-C charges much faster than micro USB.

Nearly all batteries include a standard USB-A port (output). This is for plugging in USB-A-to-micro-USB, USB-A-to-Lightning, or USB-A-to-USB-C cables for charging your iPhone or Android device.

Some batteries include built-in output cables and these generally have micro USB, USB-C, or Lightning connectors.

The most important thing to do is to match the battery’s output to your phone’s input. For example, if you have an iPhone, be sure the battery has its own Lightning connector or supports USB-A-to-Lightning or USB-C-to-Lightning cables.

Larger batteries with higher capacities might include a multitude of ports to support input and multiple outputs at the same time. You may see two USB-A and two USB-C ports, for example, though micro USB ports are becoming less common.

If you picked up an iPhone 13 or iPhone 14 and were surprised by the lack of an included wall charger, see our article on charging your iPhone.

What Is Fast Charging?

Another factor to consider is how quickly a power bank can charge your device. Battery output is measured in voltage and amperage. Amperage (or current) is the amount of electricity that flows from the battery to the connected device, while voltage is the amount of potential energy. Multiplying volts by amps gives you wattage, the measure of total power. To make devices charge faster, most manufacturers either vary the voltage or boost the amperage.

Today’s devices support a wide range of Rapid-charging technology, such as Qualcomm QuickCharge, USB Power Delivery, or proprietary fast-charge systems.

Quick Charge works by increasing voltage rather than amperage. This standard typically allows you to charge supported phones to 50 percent capacity in 30 minutes, which is especially helpful when you need power in a pinch.

Power Delivery is a newer protocol in which two compatible devices negotiate on the fastest charging option available based on the charger, cable, and circuitry. It also allows for power to flow both ways.

The most common devices (Apple iPhones and Samsung Galaxies) support charging rates of 27W and 45W, respectively. It’s best to look for batteries that can support charging in that range.

Is Pass-Through Charging Safe and Useful?

Pass-through charging is another feature to consider; with it, you can charge devices and the portable power bank simultaneously. That’s convenient if both your phone and backup battery are running on empty. You shouldn’t encounter any safety issues if the manufacturer of the portable battery you buy advertises pass-through charging as a feature, but the power output might change in this mode.

How Does Wireless Charging Work?

Wireless charging has become popular because it allows you to power up compatible devices without a cable. Qi is the dominant standard for compatible Android phones (up to 18W) while Apple iPhones rely on MagSafe charging (up to 15W). iPhones will charge wirelessly on Qi chargers, but only at 7.5W.

Some battery makers have built Qi or MagSafe-compatible wireless charging into the surfaces of their portable batteries. Such batteries mean you can leave the cables at home.

Should You Buy a Battery Case Instead of a Power Bank?

If you find that you often forget to carry your backup battery when you need it most, you should consider a dedicated battery case instead. These combine the portability and protection of a case with additional battery capacity to keep your phone topped off at all times.

There are several drawbacks. First, they have limited additional capacity on board. Second, they are limited in terms of the number of phones they support (mostly just iPhones, Galaxies, and Pixels). Third, you can’t charge much else with them.

The Best Wireless Chargers

Why fumble around for a charging cable when you can rest your phone on a wireless charging pad? Whether you’re an Android user or an iPhone fan, check out our roundups of the best wireless chargers and the best MagSafe chargers to help you cut the cord.

Steven Winkelman contributed to this story.

Your Greatest Defense Against the Airport ‘Juice Jacking’ Scam Is This 20 Traveler-loved Tool

Kayla Becker is a Senior Commerce Editor for Travel Leisure, where she writes and edits stories about travel products. She holds a bachelor’s in English and Communications from Florida State University and has been a travel writer and editor for more than seven years.

If you’re a frequent traveler, there’s a big scam on the rise in airports that you need to know about. It’s called “juice jacking” — when thieves hack into your phone while it’s charging on a public USB port, introducing malware and stealing your personal information. They can lock your device, export passwords, and often sell your info to other criminals. Not a great start to vacation.

Luckily, there’s an easy solution: Always carry a portable charger like the Loveledi Portable Power Bank to charge your phone without relying on public USB ports. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) itself says this is the safest way to avoid falling prey to the scam. And now’s a great time to stock up: This best-selling two-pack is discounted to just 20.

To buy: amazon.com, 20 for 2-pack (originally 30)

And this Amazon No. 1 portable charger is up to the task. Giving your phone days of battery life in a single charge, it can go the distance so you never have to worry about running out of juice on the road. Simply charge the Loveledi Portable Power Bank up before heading out on your travels, and connect your iPhone, Android smartphone, tablet, or any device that can charge on a USB on the go.

At just 5.5 by 2.5 by 0.5 inches, this.size travel essential is about as compact as they come — practically the size of an iPhone and just as slim — and so easy to toss into your carry-on, purse, or en route to the airport. Or, take it anywhere public like a hotel or restaurant where you might need a phone charger, too.

than 6,500 Amazon reviewers have given these portable phone chargers a five-star rating, meaning it’s a product you can count on. One traveler said, “The two-pack gives my wife and I all we need for air travel,” and that they’re “no longer tethered to an outlet at the airport,” finding another surprising use for the chargers, too: “It also fills the gap when camping.”

Another traveler said they take these everywhere, praising the charger’s long-lasting battery and fast charge: “One hour of charging these can charge my phone two to three times. I would 100 percent recommend it to anyone like me who needs to have a phone/tablet with them.”

But there are so many other reasons travelers should have these on deck, too. One reviewer said after a big freeze in Texas, they relied on it to charge their phone while the power was down for three days. “What a game-changer. They’re slim and convenient,” they said, continuing that their “performance is superb…These definitely gave us peace of mind. Highly recommend.” Not to mention, it can come in handy on remote travels such as safari when you won’t always have access to a power outlet.

So what are you waiting for? Grab the Loveledi Portable Power Bank two-pack while it’s still on sale for just 20 so you can rest assured that you won’t fall prey to juice jackers at the airport with this.sized peace of mind.

And if you’re shopping around, read on for more highly rated portable phone chargers at Amazon that will free you from those public charging stations and protect you from “juice jacking” on your next trip. Bonus, they all have that trusted seal, “Amazon Choice,” and they’re all on sale, too.

Portable Power Banks on Sale at Amazon:

Anker Portable Charger

To buy: amazon.com, 37 (originally 43)

iWalk Small Portable Charger

To buy: amazon.com, 26 with on-site coupon (originally 35)

TG90 10000mah Power Bank

To buy: amazon.com, 32 (originally 50)

Iniu Portable Charger

To buy: amazon.com, 29 (originally 40)

At the time of publishing, the price started at 20.

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