Daily Deal: Intocircuit 15000mAh Power Castle External Battery

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There is no need to fear a dead battery when you have a handy little charger with you. The Intocircuit 15000mAh Power Castle External Battery is lightweight, looks cool and is in the store at 73% off. The Power Castle comes with a micro USB cable, the ability to charge just about any mobile device and dual USB ports for charging two devices at once.


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    OldMugwump (profile), 23 Jun 2015 @ 1:08pm

    I doubt it

    That would be a fantastic deal if it were really at 15000 mAH (15 AH) battery .

    But I strongly suspect it's only 1500 mAH (1.5 AH). There's an extra zero in there.

    I don't think a 15 AH battery would fit in a case that size.

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      Anonymous Coward, 23 Jun 2015 @ 2:25pm

      Re: I doubt it

      That would be a fantastic deal if it were really at 15000 mAH (15 AH) battery .


      Pretty sure it is 15000 mAH. If you look at the other pictures, you can see it's pretty thick. I have a battery that's just a little bigger that's 20000 mAH so I think the description is correct.

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    Mark Wing, 23 Jun 2015 @ 1:40pm

    Power packs are something I review quite a bit of for my blog, and you are right that there's no way this is 15k mAh. But not because of the size. That looks like a pack that can hold 6 x 18650 cells. The good Panasonic cells go up to 3400 mAh so these packs can hold a lot of power. But most of the packs that contain 18650 cells have the cheap Chinese 1000 or 1500 mAh battery with not just a lower capacity, but a lower number of charge cycles. There's almost no way to get a really good power pack other than building your own because just about every single one on the market cheaps out with the cells.

    I don't know why these companies do that when it's so easy to test these packs. But they get away with it all the same...

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