Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Gnome Workshop Portable Charger

I received the Gnome Workshop Portable High Speed Charger through a promotion. 

Product Info:
  • 10,000 mAh power bank
  • Holds 2-3 full cell phone charges 
  • Built-in LED indicator light
  • Built-in LED flashlight
  • Can charge 2 devices at once
First thing I noticed about the Gnome Workshop's portable charger is that it has a slight weight to it. The charger doesn't weight a pound, but if in a purse or back pocket, it will make where you stuck the charger slightly heavier. 

The charger is high speed, as the product description states. It can charge a device quickly. The charger doesn't heat up the battery in the phone with it's quick charge, but the charger itself does get a bit warm near where the light indicators are. It's not warm to the point where it will burn you, but it's warm enough that you'll notice the temperature difference. 

The indicator lights are a bit hard to see. The blue lights can be seen well, but it's hard to determine which box that light is coming from. If you look very closely and at the right angle, you can determine the charge based on the indicator lights.  

The portable charger has a built-in LED flashlight. The flashlight is very bright. To turn the flashlight on, press on the power button and hold it for awhile until the light comes on. To shut it off, hit the power button twice.

I did notice that this portable charger does take a while to charge. I could charge it for four hours and have it reach maybe one or two boxes on the indicator. To get a full charge, I had to leave the portable charger plug-in to charge overnight.

Check out this charger on Amazon.

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