The GenXT Powerbank

Power banks are portable emergency backup devices that allows you to conveniently charge your gadgets anytime anywhere!

What I like about GenXT power bank is that it is
* lightweight – a 68g of surging power is very handy indeed
* environment friendly as it could recharge a whooping 500cycle times
*includes micro USB cable for charging the powerbank
*can recharge anything with a USB type cable

Specifications:
* GPO2205A Charging with LED indicator that will flicker in red when charging
* Battery type: 18650
*Capacity: 2200mAh
*Input: Micro USB 5Volts per amphere (max)
*Output: USB 5V/1A
*Dimension: 100mm x 25mm x 22mm
*Weight: 68grams

It successfully charged my cute little Kube!

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Sorry for the blurry photo, babe was somewhere behind the camera!

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The red light indicates charging on process.

Happy as I can be! Easy to use, easy to carry and it’s also stylish! ^^

Aside from my slimmer’s world-buddy, I could use this for my tablet and smart phones. High-tech dovetailing!

Are you into carrying portable charging devices?

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12 thoughts on “The GenXT Powerbank

    1. I initially charged it for 4hours, although there is no direction on how to charge it, I usually charge mine for 2 straight hours after draining the juice. 🙂

    1. Hi Mark,
      after opening the box, check if it has juice on it. Drain it and then charge it for 4hours for the first time. After that, it will be ready to charge your device. You will know if its drain again when you plug it to your device and its not charging anymore, thats when you charge it again. Since it doesnt have any indicator that its already full, what i usually do is charge it for 2hours straight. so far so good. 🙂 hope that helps.

  1. Is it full charge when the light is already blue? Or will I wait for it to turn off? I’m charging it for more than 8 hours. The light is not turning off. It’s in color blue. They said that when the light turns off, that is full charge. Help, please. Thanks.

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