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Fremo® Blue Point,7800mAh 2-in-1 Power bank with Bluetooth v3.0 headset, portable External battery charger with Bluetooth headset, white

Fremo® Blue Point 7800mAh 2-in-1 Portable External battery with Bluetooth Headset-White

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  • Product Specification:

    • Model BT-03
    • Capacity 7800mAh
    • Input 5V/1.5A
    • Output 5V/2.1A
    • Weight 6.24 ounces
    • Size 3.93x0.86x2.63 inches
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Product Description

Innovative Integrated Design

The innovative design originates from SCUD USA Inc, perfectly combining power bank and Bluetooth headset together.
The Blue Point presents you wonderful storage solutions for tiny Bluetooth headset. You needn’t worry about losing earphone again, or power charging problem on the go.

Textured PVC

The unique PVC materials are applied to build Blue Point shell, which makes the textured PVC case perfect for daily use.

TI Design Circuit Board inside

TI Plan Circuit Board is built inside to guarantee high conversion rate of power and increase the ability to lock power.
We only apply A-grade cell for Blue Point, striving to create long-lasting and high-qualifying “battery heart”. It’s one of the reasons why Blue Point can charge more than 500 times.

All-round Security Protection

  • Overcharge protection
  • Over discharge Protection
  • Overload Protection
  • Over-current Protection
  • Electrode Reverse Protection
  • Power Protection
  • Shortcut Protection

Wonderful Charging Solutions

The 7800mah capacity ensures you 3.5 times iPhone 4s/5/5s charging, and 2 times for Samsung Galaxy S4.
With 2.1A output, the 2-in-1 power bank can fully charge iPhone 5s within 1.5hrs,

Hi-Fi Voice communication

Blue Point applies the most mature CSR chip and EDR technology to build the core parts of the headset. Moreover A2DP 1.2 is supported. All the hard work makes high quality Hi-Fi voice communication possible.

Excellent Performance

The talking time is up to 4 hours when the Bluetooth headset is fully charged. And standby time is up to 7 days. When you put it back into the power bank, it starts charging again.

Customer Reviews

Bob Tobias "Robert Tobias"
  • Solves a big problem I've encountered with other Bluetooth headsets
  • The thing I hate second most about Bluetooth headsets is what to do with them when I'm not actually talking on the phone. If I put them in my pocket, I'm always concerned I might leave them there and they'll wind up going through the wash. (It's happened... more than once) I could keep them in my ear even when I'm not talking on the phone and you'll never guess what I hate the most about Bluetooth headsets. Anyway...

    This nifty combo solves that problem by giving me a safe, secure, and accessible place to keep the headset. As a bonus, it's always fully charged and ready for use. As a bonus to the bonus, the battery/headset is a good size to slip in my pocket or briefcase.

    As for the headset, it's light weight and inconspicuous. There's nothing fancy about it and it does the job of a headset quite well.
  • 2014-08-18

Mike Tarrani "Jazz Drummer"
  • Road warrior's delight - large battery backup AND a headset!,
  • This is the perfect companion for road warriors or anyone who is constantly on their phone. You not only get a fairly high capacity battery back-up in a small[er] form factor, but a ear style headphone as well.

    I'll cover the headphone first. The review sample I received was almost fully charged and when I pulled the headphone out of the cleverly designed holder that is integrated into the battery it was ready to go. I only needed to hold down the call button until the LED went into rapid blue flashing mode. After that I scanned from my Galaxy Note 3 and it showed up as BT-03(3.0). It easily paired and connected. The call quality is very good.

    I made a test call and my end and the called party's end were clear. The battery back-up's storage slot for the headphone is also it's charging slot. Very clever!

    As for the battery, it is not the largest capacity one around, but is up there with the big dogs. The rated capacity is 7800mAh, but the effective capacity is more along the lines of 7020mAh. I arrived at that by multiplying the rated capacity by .9, which accounts for some loss from heat, the charging process itself and other factors. Moreover, as you go through a lot of charging cycles that number will probably fall to somewhere in the 5500mAh range. That is the case with all batteries, so it's not a flaw in this one.

    Let's take the worst case scenario of 5500mAh. That is still enough to keep an iPhone 5 operating an additional 3.6 times what it's internal battery will provide. So if you normally get five hours per charge, the combination of that phone's internal battery and this battery back-up will add almost twenty more hours of use time - and that is after this thing has reached near the end of it's life. If I use the out-of-the-box estimate of 7020mAh this battery would add 4.6 times the capacity of the iPhone 5 battery. Or it could double the use time of most tablets.

    Bottom line: this is a combination of headphones and enough battery backup to get even the heaviest users through an entire day of use without needing access to a charger. If you are a road warrior who knows just how scarce charging outlets are at airports you probably do not need convincing. Not only do you get a lot of back-up, but you get a headset that makes a great spare or is more than adequate as your primary.
  • 2014-08-18

35-year Technology Consumer
  • A rarity for multi-function devices: *both* functions work very well
  • The Fremo BT-03 can help users of mobile devices overcome two common limitations while out and about: distance to the nearest AC power source as device batteries drain, and lack of a Bluetooth headset in these days when traffic laws frown on other than hands-free usage.

    Similar in size to an iPod, the unit consists of a 7800 mAh rechargeable battery pack that cradles a detatachable Bluetooth headset and a USB charging cord. Four blue LED lights indicate that the unit is charging and remaining charge when in use.

    The Bluetooth headset charges while cradled in the main body.

    Bluetooth operation was effortless. It immediately was recognized by and paired with an HTC EVO 4G LTE. Audio quality inbound and outbound is fine (and I have yet to be able to bump against the claimed 240 minute total talk time).

    As a power pack, I used to recharge the nearly-depleted batteries of Kindle Fire HD, and HTC EVO 4G LTE and an iPod Nano before it needed recharging. If you only need mobile power to hold you over until you can plug in someplace, this is a good choice. Similarly, if you are going to traveling by car in a vehicle without integrated Bluetooth, this will keep the law happy with you (at least for your mobile phone habits; it won't help with your speeding problem...).

    A well-written and nicely detailed user guide are included.

    What's not like? Overall, nothing (even if users old enough to remember Desert Storm my find the choice of "SCUD" for a brand name a little unsettling!)

    Note: this item provided for review purposes.
  • 2014-08-23

Citizen John
  • Great headset comes with this battery
  • This battery has something different. It comes with a detachable headset.

    The headset fits nicely in my ear. It's far lighter than any other headset that I own or have tried. You do not actually jam the headset's speaker into your ear. Instead, you rest it in the outer ear. That's what it's designed for and it actually works. I could not even shake it out of my ear although it might fall out if I were upside-down.

    The headset works really well. Sound quality is the same as my Motorola headset. I've got not only a backup headset but a much lighter one that's easier to put in and out. I can forget it's in my ear - that's how comfortable it is.

    As for charging the headset, the battery is needed because of the position of the charging port. I have no other way to charge the headset than this battery.

    The battery has 7,800 mAh and if fully charged will give me a lot of confidence that I can always quickly charge the headset.

    Further, the out port of the battery is capable of discharging power at a rate of 2.1 A. That is great and I can use it to charge my regular headset, my phone, and then do it all over again.

    Because this battery, which appear to be somewhat ruggedized, comes with a headset, I recommend it for value. This is a great values. Headset battery provided by SCUD USA.
  • 2014-08-25

C. Hill
  • Excellent Design - Highly Recommended!
  • This Fremo Blue Point 7800mAh 2 in 1 Power Bank and Bluetooth 3.0 Headset is a perfect companion for the business traveler! While I like the idea of the Bluetooth headset, they are usually difficult to carry when not in use and it was pain to keep them charged. I also like the portable power banks and usually carry one or two with me when traveling. This Fremo Blue Point utilizes a power bank to store and charge the headset, while still giving you access to a large capacity battery (7800mAh).

    The headset paired quickly with my iPhone 5 and it worked flawlessly for both a music listening and for phone calls. The controls are easy to access, so it is easy to find the answer button on the unit. I don't even worry about the battery life or keeping it charged since it fills up when it docks with the battery pack for storage.

    The battery pack is small enough to easily fit in pocket or be carried in purse. There is enough juice to charge a Kindle Fire and an iPhone 5, with plenty left over.

    This is very well designed and so useful that I have gone back using headset!

    Highly Recommended!
  • 2014-08-25

Nicole Brady
  • Perfect Power Bank for On the Go!
  • As someone that works in social media, I am on my electronic devices constantly. As a result, I need to stay charged, especially when on the go. I've used a variety of power banks but when I received this one to review, several things stood out.

    Packaging: If the quality of their packaging is a reflection on the quality of the product then it must be top notch. Other brands often arrive in an attractive cardboard box, but this one is tightly stored in a beautiful plastic retail package designed specifically for retail sales. If you're purchasing it for yourself, you'll want to keep the case for storage because it's that nice. If it's a gift, you'll be able to wrap it proudly knowing it didn't cost nearly as much as the packaging makes it seem.

    Weight: I often like to carry a portable charger in my purse when I travel. This one is fairly lightweight AND not very clunky. I was able to throw it into a side compartment of my purse without giving it a second thought.

    Bluetooth Headset: I found the headset to be comfortable and lightweight. The fact I know it is charged is an absolute bonus. I have always kept a headset in the vehicle that is not my daily-driver. It doesn't have a hands-free system so I need a way to answer my phone safely when I drive that vehicle. Unfortunately, since I don't use it regularly it's often dead when I need it. The Fremo Power Bank with headset has solved that issue for me. Now I always have a charged headset on hand. And a comfortable one at that. (On a side note, the headset didn't fit as comfortably for my husband.)

    Value: At just over $40 (at the time of this writing), it's well worth the price. With the effectiveness, the design and the bonus headset, this is a perfect gift for the mobile geek in your life. (Or the un-geek who never realizes their battery is about to die until it is too late.)

    Overall, this ranks up there as one of my favorite new gadgets and I can't wait to take it on my next long trip!
  • 2014-10-01

ahmad sam
  • Five Stars
  • Never leave home without it, I get 2 full charges on my LG G3
  • 2014-10-24

Pharaoh KD
  • Cool product
  • Cool product. The Bluetooth headset is a plus. I wasn't in the market for one. But, it comes in handy. I actually use it more than I use the charger.
  • 2014-10-24

Noname
  • Love It.
  • This is a power bank with a Bluetooth headset included. I wasn't sure how much I'd like the headset, but I used it with my son when I was in the car and was impressed with how clear the call was. He had no trouble hearing me. I could hear him, and we had a trouble-free conversation.

    The power bank itself packs a punch. I love power banks that can give my HTC One M8 a full charge, and the Fremo can do it with spare change. I got more than 1 1/2 charges from something the size of a small wallet. Wow.

    I have no complaints. The Bluetooth pairs easily. The fit is good. The power bank is small, attractive, and has plenty of power. It doesn't attract fingerprints. Love it.

    This product was provided for review by Scud USA.

  • 2014-09-07

Daniel G. Lebryk
  • Unique Pair
  • This is a review of the white version of the Blue Point headset and 7800 mAh power bank - the Fremo BT-03.

    There are two ways to look at this product, as a Bluetooth hands free headset or as a 7800 mAh powerbank. Either way I look at this product, it is a pretty good one. The headset is good, not state of the art - but a good solid serviceable headset. The battery is a BEAST at rapidly charging devices, but falls just a little short on rated capacity.

    So which is it, headset or battery? Well it is kind of both and together this is a pretty good deal.

    The Bluetooth headset fits in a slot in the battery pack. If all it did were sitting there for storage, it would still be pretty good. Oh no that headset charges while it is perched on the battery. Pretty cool really, basically your headset will never be without a charge.

    The headset is all basic headset. You press and hold down the power button (that's the front edge of the white band on the side) and the headset goes into pairing mode immediately. Turn Bluetooth on your phone, and look for BT-03 in the Bluetooth settings. Touch that line and voila, the headset is now paired. The next time you power on the headset, if Bluetooth is turned on the phone, the headset will pair automatically.

    Getting this thing to stick in my ear was not a lot of fun, or took a little getting used to. There is only one tip and it has a rubber square thing on it to hold it in your ear. You have to monkey with the thing to get it to stay. It isn't the most secure device in my ear; I wouldn't ride a motorcycle with it in. Around the office, in the car, or at home - it will stay just fine. When a call comes in, press the white band and the call will be answered. Press it again to hang up. You can play music through the headset if you really want to - the sound is not very good and only goes to one ear.

    Calls were clear and understandable. This is a basic standard headset, nothing fancy.

    The battery is a mixed bag. I cannot believe how fast this thing charges my iPhone 4s and iPad. This puppy puts out a true 2 Amps and charges at the absolute fastest rate possible for those two devices. I love that. I repeat, I seriously love that. The battery doesn't get warm while it is charging at that rate. I'm so tired of little puny batteries that charge at medium rate or get hot.

    This is a super simple battery. There is no light. It charges through microUSB. You will have to provide the USB port or AC adapter to charge the battery. It has four blue LEDs to indicate charge level. I prefer a % number screen.

    Capacity is where this little baby falls down. I got about an 80% charge on an iPhone 4s plus, on the same charge, about 50% of an iPad Air. Cut to the chase, that's about 5000 mAh of battery charging and the battery claims a 7800-mAh capacity. Yeah, 5000 is pretty far away from what I'd expect out of a 7800 mAh battery.

    Now blend the two things together - the headset and the battery - well for the current asking price of around $40 - yes this is a bargain. The battery alone is around $25. And the headset is better than what you could get for $15.

    The huge bonus for me, the rapid charge rate. That is worth sacrificing a little bit of battery capacity.

    I also love the packaging. This comes in a heavy clear plastic box that can be used for other things, cables, headphones, jewelry, little odds and ends. It is wonderful when a company can design a box that can be reused instead of recycling or throwing it away.

    I was provided a review sample.
  • 2014-08-29

Nuknuk
  • A Bluetooth headset that has almost unlimited power,
  • The Blue Point is an interesting product having a Bluetooth earpiece lodged into a 7800 mAh power pack. This provide almost unlimited power for your headset. To charge the battery pack, just plug it with the supplied microUSB cable to your regular mobile AC adapter. To charge the Bluetooth headset, just push it into the power pack dedicated slot and it will start the charging process.

    To pair, press the white button until it alternately blinks blue and red. It will appear as BT-03(3.0). The sound is very clear on the other end according to my sis. It is also clear on my end except it would be nice if I can make it louder on noisier environment.

    The device looks very simple and has a modern design. The earpiece is light enough to wear for longer periods of time.

    Using the earpiece:
    Quick press to answer or end a call
    Long press (about 2 seconds) to reject a call
    5 second press to shut-off the device if you intend not use it for a long time

    A sample of this product was sent to me for review purposes.
  • 2014-08-27

C. Hill
  • Excellent Design - Highly Recommended!
  • This Fremo Blue Point 7800mAh 2 in 1 Power Bank and Bluetooth 3.0 Headset is a perfect companion for the business traveler! While I like the idea of the Bluetooth headset, they are usually difficult to carry when not in use and it was pain to keep them charged. I also like the portable power banks and usually carry one or two with me when traveling. This Fremo Blue Point utilizes a power bank to to store and charge the headset, while still giving you access to a large capacity battery (7800mAh).

    The headset paired quickly with my iPhone 5 and it worked flawlessly for both a music listening and for phone calls. The controls are easy to access, so it is easy to find the answer button on the unit. I don't even worry about the battery life or keeping it charged since it fills up when it docks with the battery pack for storage.

    The battery pack is small enough to easily fit in pocket or be carried in purse. There is enough juice to charge a Kindle Fire and an iPhone 5, with plenty left over.

    This is very well designed and so useful that I have gone back using headset!

    Highly Recommended!

    CFH
  • 2014-08-25

Citizen John
  • Great headset comes with this battery
  • This battery has something different. It comes with a detachable headset.

    The headset fits nicely in my ear. It's far lighter than any other headset that I own or have tried. You do not actually jam the headset's speaker into your ear. Instead, you rest it in the outer ear. That's what it's designed for and it actually works. I could not even shake it out of my ear although it might fall out if I were upside-down.

    The headset works really well. Sound quality is the same as my Motorola headset. I've got not only a backup headset but a much lighter one that's easier to put in and out. I can forget it's in my ear - that's how comfortable it is.

    As for charging the headset, the battery is needed because of the position of the charging port. I have no other way to charge the headset than this battery.

    The battery has 7,800 mAh and if fully charged will give me a lot of confidence that I can always quickly charge the headset.

    Further, the out port of the battery is capable of discharging power at a rate of 2.1 A. That is great and I can use it to charge my regular headset, my phone, and then do it all over again.

    Because this battery, which appear to be somewhat ruggedized, comes with a headset, I recommend it for value. This is a great values. Headset battery provided by SCUD USA.
  • 2014-08-25

35-year Technology Consumer
  • A rarity for multifunction devices: *both* functions work very well...
  • The Fremo BT-03 can help users of mobile devices overcome two common limitations while out and about: distance to the nearest AC power source as device batteries drain, and lack of a Bluetooth headset in these days when traffic laws frown on other than hands-free usage.

    Similar in size to an iPod, the unit consists of a 7800 mAh rechargeable battery pack that cradles a detachable Bluetooth headset and a USB charging cord. Four blue LED lights indicate that the unit is charging and remaining charge when in use.

    The Bluetooth headset charges while cradled in the main body.

    Bluetooth operation was effortless. It immediately was recognized by and paired with an HTC EVO 4G LTE. Audio quality inbound and outbound is fine (and I have yet to be able to bump against the claimed 240 minute total talk time).

    As a power pack, I used to recharge the nearly-depleted batteries of Kindle Fire HD, and HTC EVO 4G LTE and an iPod Nano before it needed recharging. If you only need mobile power to hold you over until you can plug in someplace, this is a good choice. Similarly, if you are going to traveling by car in a vehicle without integrated Bluetooth, this will keep the law happy with you (at least for your mobile phone habits; it won't help with your speeding problem...).

    A well-written and nicely detailed user guide are included.

    What's not like? Overall, nothing (even if users old enough to remember Desert Storm my find the choice of "SCUD" for a brand name a little unsettling!)

    Note: this item provided for review purposes.
  • 2014-08-23

Bob Tobias
  • Kills two birds with one nicely designed stone
  • The thing I hate second most about Bluetooth headsets is what to do with them when I'm not actually talking on the phone. If I put them in my pocket, I'm always concerned I might leave them there and they'll wind up going through the wash. (It's happened... more than once) I could keep them in my ear even when I'm not talking on the phone and you'll never guess what I hate the most about Bluetooth headsets. Anyway...

    This nifty combo solves that problem by giving me a safe, secure, and accessible place to keep the headset. As a bonus, it's always fully charged and ready for use. As a bonus to the bonus, the battery/headset is a good size to slip in my pocket or briefcase.

    As for the headset, it's light weight and inconspicuous. Sound quality, both with the ear piece and mic is very good. There's nothing fancy about it and it does the job of a headset quite well.
  • 2014-08-18

Mike Tarrani
  • Large battery backup AND a headset
  • This is the perfect companion for road warriors or anyone who is constantly on their phone. You not only get a fairly high capacity battery back-up in a small[er] form factor, but a ear style headphone as well.

    I'll cover the headphone first. The review sample I received was almost fully charged and when I pulled the headphone out of the cleverly designed holder that is integrated into the battery it was ready to go. I only needed to hold down the call button until the LED went into rapid blue flashing mode. After that I scanned from my Galaxy Note 3 and it showed up as BT-03(3.0). It easily paired and connected. The call quality is very good.

    I made a test call and my end and the called party's end were clear. The battery back-up's storage slot for the headphone is also it's charging slot. Very clever!

    As for the battery, it is not the largest capacity one around, but is up there with the big dogs. The rated capacity is 7800mAh, but the effective capacity is more along the lines of 7020mAh. I arrived at that by multiplying the rated capacity by .9, which accounts for some loss from heat, the charging process itself and other factors. Moreover, as you go through a lot of charging cycles that number will probably fall to somewhere in the 5500mAh range. That is the case with all batteries, so it's not a flaw in this one.

    Let's take the worst case scenario of 5500mAh. That is still enough to keep an iPhone 5 operating an additional 3.6 times what it's internal battery will provide. So if you normally get five hours per charge, the combination of that phone's internal battery and this battery back-up will add almost twenty more hours of use time - and that is after this thing has reached near the end of it's life. If I use the out-of-the-box estimate of 7020mAh this battery would add 4.6 times the capacity of the iPhone 5 battery. Or it could double the use time of most tablets.

    Bottom line: this is a combination of headphones and enough battery backup to get even the heaviest users through an entire day of use without needing access to a charger. If you are a road warrior who knows just how scarce charging outlets are at airports you probably do not need convincing. Not only do you get a lot of back-up, but you get a headset that makes a great spare or is more than adequate as your primary.
  • 2014-08-18

Bryan Chao
  • Five Stars
  • Works pretty well and is easy to carry around.
  • 2014-07-18

Customer FAQ

Q1.  Do You Offer Repair On Broken Devices?
We unfortunately do not offer any repair services, if your device is defective please contact us for a warranty replacement *NOTE: Items within the warranty coverage are to be eligible for replacement service. Please review our warranty terms and conditions to verify that item is covered.
Q2.  Can I Use My Electronic Device While It Is Charging Through The Battery?
Yes you can, however we generally do not recommend using the electronic device while it is charging from our battery. It is best to let device fully charge before use.
Q3.  What Happens If I Plug My Phone Into The 2.1A Port? Can I Charge Two Phones At Once?
Although you can plug your phone into the 2.1A output for a quicker charge, we do not recommend doing so, as you are essentially outputting twice the charge into your phone's battery. As a result, the phone battery may generate more heat, which may affect the battery's lifetime, do so with caution.
Q4.  What Is The Difference Between The 1A And 2.1A Output Charge Ports?
1. The 1A is for cell/smart phones and other small devices. 2. The 2.1A is for larger devices, such as the Apple iPad and other tablets.
Q5.  Some Lights Are Blinking And Others Are Solid, Is My Battery Fully Charged?
1. When the LED lights are blinking, the battery is still charging, when certain lights are solid, a certain percentage of charge is complete (refer to B). If all LED lights are solid, then the battery is fully charged. 2. The battery's current level of charge is determined by the number of solid lights on the unit. Three total LEDs: 3/100 = 33.33% per light; Four total LEDs: 4/100 = 25% per light
Q6.  Why Does My Battery Not Charge My Electronic Device, Is It Fully Charged?
Certain models of our batteries have a delay function. To bypass the delay function, you need to depress the power button down from 2 to 5 seconds (depends on the model's configuration). The delay function is to protect the user from wasting power on their battery when the power button is accidentally depressed. *NOTE: Check out our troubleshooting section for further diagnostic if answer above did not fix issue.
Q7.  Can I Store My Batteries For An Extended Period Of Time And Only Use It For Emergencies?
We do not recommend storing our batteries (or any batteries) over a long period of time without use. As the battery cells will deteriorate when they’re not in use. Furthermore, the batteries you store will constantly lose energy over time. If the stored batteries are completely discharged, certain negative detriments may occur, which include the failure in starting up. To maximize the lifespan of your external battery, we would advise you to fully discharge and recharge the battery at least once (recommended twice) a month and follow the maintenance recommendations.
Q8.  Can Your Batteries Be Carried On Plane?
According to TSA battery regulations, our products fall well within the restriction posted for Li ion battery carry-on, and are limited to two large size batteries. Further detail can be found on TSA website. *NOTE: Even if an item is generally permitted, it may be subject to additional screening or not allowed through the checkpoint if it triggers an alarm during the screening process, appears to have been tampered with, or poses other security concerns. The final decision rests with TSA on whether to allow any items on the plane. We do not guarantee or 100% confirm our batteries can be carried or used on a plane, other than confirming that our battery follows TSA guidelines. We accept no responsibility of denying of battery carry-on and other issues that may occur while at the airport.
Q9.  Can Your Battery Be Used Overseas In 220-240V Countries Like Vietnam, India, Africa, Europe, Etc…?
Yes, our battery can be used overseas with no issues. Our batteries are charged from two sources: a USB port and an AC wall charger. USB will not be affected, provided the correct Wall adapter is used. AC batteries are supplied with universal AC wall chargers 100-240V. (You do not need a voltage converter, just a travel adapter to convert US pin on AC adapter.)
Q10.  Where Can I Get Your Device Locally, Is It Available At Any Retail Store?
Unfortunately, our products are only currently available online through us directly or through our reputable authorized re-sellers.
Q11.  Do You Sell/Ship Internationally?
Our sales channel is only limited to USA, we do not have international sales channels at the moment. If you'd like to purchase our product and reside outside the USA, you can seek the help of an international forwarder. There are several located in New York; look them up on any search engine to determine the details. Order an item from our site and have it shipped to your forwarder of choice and they will forward it internationally to you. *NOTE: There are restrictions to our customer support/warranty coverage for international customers, please review our warranty section for further details.
Q12.  Does The Battery Stay On After The Device Has Fully Charged?
The battery has a built-in auto shut-off feature and will shut off if the device in charging has completely charged, or if battery is inactive for 10 seconds. This is to maximize battery life and provide you the maximum charge for your device when you need it the most.
Q13.  Can My Device Charge From The Battery While The Battery Itself Is Charging?
Our batteries do not support "pass-through" or "daisy chain" charging at this time. We do not recommend charging your device from our battery while the battery itself is being charged from a power source, as this will severely stress the battery cells due to constant charging and discharging and will have a negative impact on the battery and the overall lifespan of the battery. At this time, we would advise all users to charge the batteries first, before using it to charge other devices. *NOTE: This feature is being deactivated on all of the new batteries.
Q14.  Do These External Batteries Support The Latest Apple Devices?
Yes, all of our external batteries are actually compatible with the latest Apple devices such as iPhone 5 and iPad 4, as well as the prior iterations and iPod Touch devices (Certain classic models excluded). Our battery will charge your Apple device by using the original white Apple cable that came with the Apple devices. *NOTE: The Lightning cable and 30 pin Apple charge cable is a proprietary standard that only Apple manufacturers have the license to. Due to the licensing, we are not able to produce or distribute these cables at the moment.
Q15.  Is My Device Compatible With Your Device Even Though It's Not Listed In The Compatibility List?
The battery should be compatible with most 5V or USB chargeable smart phones, tablets and portable devices (GPS, portable cameras, etc.), since our battery is only able to provide a 5V output. You can double confirm your device compatibility by having a look at the AC wall charger for your phone or tablet. On it there should be a sticker with an output rating, if it has a 5V OUTPUT then your device is compatible with our battery. Some device will need the "galaxy tab converter cable" to properly charge. Examples of compatible devices: galaxy tab, nexus 7, PS vita, etc. Examples of incompatible devices: ASUS tablet transformer series requires 15V, and Laptops of all make requires 12V- 19V, etc

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