Gorilla 11,200 mAh Portable Battery Pack

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Gorilla 11,200 mAh Portable Battery Pack
Price: $29.99
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8/6/2014 - $29.99 - Click To See Discussion (15 comments)

I personally own one of these guys and I happen to live it. Long trips on a plane + road trips with my family make it a must have.

It’s nice too since it is cheaper than some of my other units so i’m not affraid to let it get beat up. Pretty simple plastic case takes a 3 ft drop alright with no issue.

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Thanks for the reminder. Going on a 14 hour drive tomorrow, and I need to make sure I have it charged up. I’ve used it a couple of times, and it works great. I still have juice left in it from the first time I charged it.

I bought one of these during the last sale in early September to take on vacation. It worked very well and was able to recharge my phone several times before having to recharge the pack.
Likes:
-the two USB outputs
-flashlight option
-larger charging capactity
Dislikes:
-Takes quite a while to charge.
Things to note:
-It’s not super light, not bad to carry on vacation but won’t be carrying it around in my purse for day to day use.
-The charge indicator lights are very bright so be aware of where you plug it in. Bonus is that if you plug it into an outlet in the hotel bathroom it acts as a nightlight!

Can I charge this up using my 7W solar power charger from Net Zero that I got from woot?

http://www.woot.com/offers/goal-zero-rock-out-solar-kit-with-guide-10-plus

I can see how this would be nice on a long flight or camping or… But in the car, whey not just use the power port (aka cig-lighter)??

Because I plan on sitting in the back seat while streaming netflix/plex, and having a portable battery will make it a lot more convenient.

Looks like a good deal.

$49.99 on amazon

Bought one of these a while ago and would happily buy another if I had need for one. It’ll hold a charge on my phone doing all but the most demanding things (e.g. hotspot). I wish it had a 3A port, but the price gives this a better value than most chargers out there.

Seeing some reviews on other sites where users have received used battery packs re-packaged as new. Looks like a good deal but if you buy one check it over really closely to make sure it’s not damaged/defective.

I’m getting one so I hope I Woot didn’t get a batch of re-packaged ones.

I got a similar product and I love it. This thing comes out handy on camping trips.

Although, I have a 12,000 mAh battery, it retails for $39.95 on amazon,http://www.amazon.com/Jackery®-Portable-Aluminum-12000mAh-External/dp/B00AANQLRI/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1412365841&sr=8-3&keywords=jockery

I bought the Gorilla Gadgets Uhuru 16800mAh deal awhile back and am disappointed with the performance. My coolook with good bats ($50) runs my leds 2x longer than the Uhuru. My coolook is smaller and lighter too.

At $35, delivered, this looks very expensive relative to other well-reviewed choices, but it is great that owners are happy with it.

We have several battery packs in various sizes and they’re very handy to have - you never worry about your device battery running out.

One concern - we’ve noticed that on some battery packs with built in flashlights, when they are stowed in your pack, the lights can be accidentally bumped on… thus running down the battery. Given a choice, we now opt for batteries without built in flashlights.