• RAVPower 27000mAh
  • RAVPower 27000mAh
  • RAVPower 27000mAh
  • RAVPower 27000mAh
  • RAVPower 27000mAh
  • RAVPower 27000mAh

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New-and-Improved Version: 3-prong AC output with a power supply on / off switch indicator for any device up to 70W (To turn ON the AC power, hold the power button for 8 seconds) | Power Up Three Devices at Once: Benefit from one Type-C output and two USB iSmart ports to charge new ultrabooks and two other devices simultaneously (Type-C port only supports output) | Mega 27000mAh Capacity: Charges an iPhone 7 for 7.6 times, a Galaxy S8 for 5 times, and a 12" MacBook 1.4 times | Recharge Faster than Ever: Recharges itself fully in 5.2 hours with the 19V/1.6A DC input and 8 LED indicators display... More

New-and-Improved Version: 3-prong AC output with a power supply on / off switch indicator for any device up to 70W (To turn ON the AC power, hold the power button for 8 seconds) | Power Up Three Devices at Once: Benefit from one Type-C output and two USB iSmart ports to charge new ultrabooks and two other devices simultaneously (Type-C port only supports output) | Mega 27000mAh Capacity: Charges an iPhone 7 for 7.6 times, a Galaxy S8 for 5 times, and a 12" MacBook 1.4 times | Recharge Faster than Ever: Recharges itself fully in 5.2 hours with the 19V/1.6A DC input and 8 LED indicators display the power level | Industry-Leading Heat Dissipation: Built-in air vents with quiet fan keep it cool even when used to its maximum capacity

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Specification

Specification
Brand RAVPower
Model US-RP-PB055
Size 13 x 17 cm (5.1 x 6.7 in)

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Android Police

Big battery, low power, good price

from Android Police

In most cases, this RAVPower battery is perfectly adequate. It won't charge your laptop over USB-C by itself, but with an AC adapter that's not a concern, and 15W is enough for a phone. The 70W cap for the AC outlet might limit the number of mini-fridges you can power, but for the majority of lap...More

In most cases, this RAVPower battery is perfectly adequate. It won't charge your laptop over USB-C by itself, but with an AC adapter that's not a concern, and 15W is enough for a phone. The 70W cap for the AC outlet might limit the number of mini-fridges you can power, but for the majority of laptops and other less power-hungry devices, it should be fine.

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