This is an update to my previous video showing my fast charger setup: https://youtu.be/uXKUGWiETMM
Since my 4x wall charger fast charger outputs close to 300 watts, it generates some heat. My original rubber spacers couldn’t handle the heat so I added some new extruded aluminum spacers from Makerbeam for better airflow to keep things cool. I walk through how I did it.
I have some info for people asking about whether it’s possible to use a standard 12v power supply to charge a Yeti instead of ganging up multiple wall chargers like I did. I also cover some info I gleaned from Goal Zero on upcoming products: a fan-cooled 300 watt wall charger, a 12v 150 watt auto charger, and the upcoming Link and Tank expansion packs announced at 2019 CES for Yeti Lithiums.
Makerbeam 40mm blank anodized beams (40x10x10mm size) I used as spacers:
Unboxing and review of the portable USB charger TP-Link Power Bank 10400mAh, the best power bank for iPhone and iPad I used so far. Check it out on Amazon:
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Can you believe it is been 10 months since I bought this Power Bank?! This review was hugely overdue. Before buying my electronics, I research a lot, I read and watch a bunch of reviews myself. When I finally make my decision and buy it, I immediately record videos of my unboxing, but these files very often rest untouched on an external hard drive for quite a time while I use the product and have my personal feeling about it.
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Details about the “mAh” numbers and charge efficiency and capacity:
I had plenty of time to use it charging my iPhone and iPad on some trips here in Spain – so nice when you can walk the whole day long not worrying about your devices’ power. You simply charge them on the go. I don’t even put them in my backpack: I keep my iPhone plugged with its lightning cable directly in the power-bank in my pocket… the cable doesn’t bother me, and it remains 100% charged even when I am taking photos like crazy 🙂 My mother also loved it… I had to give my power bank to her and buy me a new one later.
For any USB powered/chargeable mobile device you take with you on a backpack (smartphones, tablets, cameras, gamepads, joysticks, remote-controls), this portable charger is a no brainer: just plug the USB cable. Its hight capacity allows you to keep everything charged on the go – no need to lose time waiting near an outlet anymore.
There is only one thing I can think of that would make this product ever better for iPhone/iPad users: it could have a built-in lightning cord-plug… Just don’t forget to bring your Apple lightning cable with you and there will be no problem.
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