Today I am going to review a  power bank for smartphones and tablets  from a company called Lumsing their aim is at helping you save time by creating products that enhance your tech life. The Lumsing® Grand Series A1 Plus Portable 13400mah Battery Charger costs about $26.99 USD with free shipping So not bad for the price but how does it perform? That’s what this review intends to show you, so read on….

Info:

Product Name: Lumsing® Grand Series A1 Plus Portable 13400mah Battery Charger 

Provider: Lumsing

Price: $26.99

As I’m sure long time fan and friend Bob Bell knows I’ve always got to have a power bank by me no matter where I am and this is a good practice for anyone because you never know when your phone or tablet could lose juice but with the amount of power banks out there on the market today which one do you choose there is a ton to choose from and trust me I know I’ve reviewed my fair share but what if you want a power bank that truly can charge both your tablet and phone. The Lumsing® Grand Series A1 Plus Portable 13400mah Battery Charger is pocket-sized and has a aluminum body with plastic top by the usb’s and just like the first Lumsing product I reviewed last year it features a high performance 13400mAh battery that can charge an iPhone 5 and iPad 2 which in my opinion is the bare standard that most batteries should follow but don’t always . As I mentioned in the video this power bank looks great in the blue/aluminum gray look but other colors like gold or black are can also be chosen. Something I really liked about this battery was the build quarity it’s aluminum like my first Lumsing battery I reviewed. There’s isn’t a carrying bag which is something I found to be rare in today’s market companies seem to leaving that out but in my thoughts they shouldn’t it helps keep the battery safe.

This powerbank has 2 USB slot each port is 5v 2.1 Amp …LETS CELEBRATE for a second as some companies forget this golden rule and somehow stick us with one port that is 1amp not Lumsing 🙂 There is also 1 Micro USB slot that lets charge the powerbank while you  charge 2 devices at a time  oh and now that I covered most everything else  I also pointed out in the video that there is the regular 4 LED’s that most powerbanks have that show remaining power: 1 LED indicates  less than 25%, 2 LEDs:26%-50%  3 LEDs: 51-75% 4 LED’s 76%-100% So it’s simple but I would have liked to seen a digital display since you never know if it’s at a full 100% even with the all 4 LED’s showing

Conclusion:

So yes the power bank is priced right, but is it even worth it? I would say YES! if you need a to have a power bank  and don’t need a fancy battery that costs way over $35

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