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Lepow Moonstone (6000 mAh) review

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  • Lepow Moonstone (6000 mAh)
  • Lepow Moonstone (6000 mAh)
  • Lepow Moonstone (6000 mAh)
  • Lepow Moonstone (6000 mAh)
  • Lepow Moonstone (6000 mAh)
  • Lepow Moonstone (6000 mAh)
  • Lepow Moonstone (6000 mAh)

Specs / Features


Overview
Brand Lepow
Release date -
Warranty 12 months
Physical Characteristics
Colors
Dimensions [H x W x D] 8 x 8 cm (3.2 x 3.2 in)
Weight N/A
Water Resistant / Waterproof No
IP Rating No
Power & Battery
Type Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery Capacity 6000 mAh
Wireless Charging No
Charge Output Unknown
Total Simultaneous Output Unknown
Fast Charging Yes
Quick Charge™ Technology No
Connectivity
USB ports Micro-USB 2.0, USB Type-A
Number of Output Ports 2
Built-In Cable No
Features
Illuminated Ports No
LED Indicators Yes
Built-In Flashlight No
Additional Features

Critic Reviews


Pocketables

It’s an amazing product

from Pocketables

Overall, other than you’ll be carrying a cable to charge, it’s an amazing product. They even have a sleek little case that is still small enough to pocket that can handle that cable management for you.

One random thing – there’s also a scratch-to-verify code that c...More

Overall, other than you’ll be carrying a cable to charge, it’s an amazing product. They even have a sleek little case that is still small enough to pocket that can handle that cable management for you.

One random thing – there’s also a scratch-to-verify code that comes on the wrapper to verify that you’re actually getting a Lepow Moonstone and not some knockoff. However, if it’s some knockoff, chances are they won’t have that code, or will direct you to their own website. Seems a bit of a wasted effort here.

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iLounge

A bit too big and expensive, but it performs pretty well

from iLounge

Overall, Lepow’s batteries are both intriguing entries with small issues. Moonstone is certainly the more appealing of the two from our standpoint, as its impressive output performance and reasonable MSRP are enhanced by even more aggressive $40 street pricing, offset only by its slow self-...More

Overall, Lepow’s batteries are both intriguing entries with small issues. Moonstone is certainly the more appealing of the two from our standpoint, as its impressive output performance and reasonable MSRP are enhanced by even more aggressive $40 street pricing, offset only by its slow self-recharging speed. It’s worthy of our B+ rating and strong general recommendation. U-Stone by comparison is a bit too big and expensive, but it performs pretty well. Consequently, if you really like the unusual industrial design, it’s worth considering nonetheless. It merits our flat B rating and general recommendation.

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Tech Bargains

Pretty good value for what it offers

from Tech Bargains

If you pick it up for around the $30 mark, the Moonstone 6000 is a pretty good value for what it offers. It's a little more durable than the average battery pack (excluding those specifically designed to take abuse), but that's about all it brings to the table to separate it from the masses of ot...More

If you pick it up for around the $30 mark, the Moonstone 6000 is a pretty good value for what it offers. It's a little more durable than the average battery pack (excluding those specifically designed to take abuse), but that's about all it brings to the table to separate it from the masses of other similar products out there. Then again, it does everything you need an external battery pack to do, and comes with an interesting assortment of little extras. So you definitely can't go wrong with it if you're in the market for a battery pack for small devices and don't need any super fancy features.

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