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Stay Charged With the Limefuel LP200X

Limefuel LP200X

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Let’s face it: Smartphone battery life is a problem. With our smartphones doing an ever increasing amount of tasks, the increased demand has an insatiable thirst for power. A recent story and discussion on The Kojo Nnamdi show was full of tips and tricks to get the most out of our smartphone batteries.

Every time Jennifer & I travel, I would always look for a nearby outlet to plug in our phones, especially during our annual trips to Disney World.

After I purchased the Limefuel LP200X, my charging anxiety became a thing of the past.

Limefuel LP200X
Limefuel LP200X

The first thing I noticed was that it about the same size as my iPhone 6 Plus, but thicker. Containing a 20,000 mAh Lithium-Ion battery, it weighs in at 15 ounces, which isn’t exactly super light, but will charge your devices several times over without breaking a sweat. Throw it in a messenger bag or purse and you’re set.

A backlit LCD display on the top of the unit shows how much charge the unit has left, which is a nice touch. Other similar units that I have used in the past didn’t have this, which kept me guessing as to whether or not my phone was actually charging.

The LP200X has 2 5-Volt USB Ports: one at 2.1 Amp, and one at 1.0 Amp. The 2.1 Amp port is great for charging iPads, Tablets and the iPhone 6 Plus, while the 1 Amp port is great for charging pretty much anything else that supports USB charging, iPhones included. Built-in auto on/off preserves the battery’s charge.

Limefuel rates the battery’s useful life at 500+ charging cycles, great for road warriors.

The MSRP is $80, but StackSocial has it on sale for $34.99 with FREE Shipping in the US.

I’ve been extremely happy with this charger, and I’m no longer constantly looking for a place to plug in!

 

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  • The_Kingfish

    Just picked up one of these through the StackSocial deal and it delivered today. Seems to be working OK except for one issue. It claims to have “pass through charging” where you can charge the pack at the same time as your device. When I tried plugging my iPhone 5s into the pack while the pack was charging, the iPhone threw up the dreaded “This accessory may not be supported” error, and stopped charging. When I reversed the procedure and plugged the iPhone 5s into the pack first it began charging fine until I plugged the pack into a power source. Error and charging stopped on the iPhone. Tried several different cables (all manufactured by Apple) and several other devices with Lightning ports and no change. It seems the issue is the LP200X. This problem also doesn’t occur with Apple’s 30pin connectors or several other battery packs by different manufacturers that I currently own. Their pass through charging feature works fine. I suppose that this shouldn’t be a concern since the 20,000mAh battery in the LP200X should provide plenty of phone charges until you can get back to an outlet to recharge it before it hits 0% And if your device doesn’t use a Lightning accessory that is checked by Apple for authenticity after you plug it in, you should be fine as well. But if you’re hoping to use pass through charging with Lightning devices, beware.