Battery anxiety is still a thing given many smartphones today are now upping the battery capacity somewhat there still is that fear off running out of juice, There are many portable batteries on offer and we have reviewed many before but today we check out the Moshi 10000mAh battery pack.

  • Fast-charging USB-A port (up to 12 W).
  • USB-C PD port (30 W, supports MacBook Pro charging.)
  • Charge 2 devices at once with Dynamic Power Sharing.
  • Ultra-slim profile (12.88 mm) with premium anodized aluminum.
  • Lithium-polymer cells: 10,000 mAh capacity, total output of 35 W.
  • Includes 2 charging cables (USB-C and USB-C to USB-A).

As far as design goes this is really nice and looks well,its not boring looking either,On the front we have a simple moshi logo and on the rear its just blank. The top half is where everything happens keeping things simple for all and how it should be.

We have a power on/off key LED lights for charge status and two ports for USB-A  and USB – C . What comes in the box too is all that we require and more, We have the charge cable itself and we USB- C to USB-C which is something hard to find on its own these days.

Overall this is a nice powerpack and will give your mobile phone several charges overand can provide emergency power for your laptop if needed but its not aimed at the likes but it will give you some reserve power for important work, this will also charge two devices at once which can be handy for those on the go. the only thing about this i would have a gripe with is the price though it is build well and looks good there is alternatives out there,the other gripe is its a 30W so slower charging for laptops and the likes which would double as a standard.


By Jim O Brien/CEO

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