Reddit Reddit reviews Portable Charger Jackery Bolt 6000 mAh Power Outdoors - Power bank with built in Lightning Cable [Apple MFi certified] iPhone Battery Charger External Battery, TWICE as FAST as Original iPhone Charger

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Portable Charger Jackery Bolt 6000 mAh Power Outdoors - Power bank with built in Lightning Cable [Apple MFi certified] iPhone Battery Charger External Battery, TWICE as FAST as Original iPhone Charger
Founded in California in 2012, Jackery specializes in providing outdoor green power solutions for explorers. Jackery portable power station, power outdoors.Your Safety, Our Concern: built-in UL certified battery cell ensures your safety.Rocket Fast iPhone Charger: built-in cable enables super fast charging for all iPhones, TWICE as Fast as iPhone original charger with original cable; no more long and bothering charging time.The Most Compact Power Bank as ever: yet the most powerful 6000 mAh battery charger, fully charges an iPhone 6/7/8 up to two times within 1.5 hours or an iPhone 6 Plus/7 Plus/8 Plus up to one and half times within 2 hours or an iPhone X/Xs up to 1.4 times within 2.5 hours; travel around with Bolt in pocket.What You Get: 1×Jackery Bolt 6000mAh portable charger, 1× Micro USB charging Cable (charging adapter not included), 1×User Guide, 1×Thank You Card.
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12 Reddit comments about Portable Charger Jackery Bolt 6000 mAh Power Outdoors - Power bank with built in Lightning Cable [Apple MFi certified] iPhone Battery Charger External Battery, TWICE as FAST as Original iPhone Charger:

u/queuebitt · 11 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

Switch Charger Speed Rating: Superb
Switch Charger Safety Rating: ★★★☆☆

  • Capacity will recharge a Switch at least 4 times.
  • Includes a USB-C cable, but see my notes.


    EDIT: Raised safety and speed rating based on specs pictured on Amazon.

    This appears to be a new product, replacing the Jackery Titan X. Jackery has some popular products. Their Bolt is a great phone power bank with built-in cables for iPhone and Android. I have a couple of notes on this model. Keep in mind I'm looking at what information is available online and I haven't touched one of these.

  • They don't list power output specifics on Amazon and the product isn't on their site at all. /u/cyclist230 found an image on the Amazon listing that showed specs printed on the power bank, so we'll go with that. Still, it is a pet peeve of mine when they don't list specs one can find.

  • The USB-C power output specs listed are outside USB PD standards. The box listed 5V/2.25A, 9V/2.25A, 15V/2.25A, 20V/2.25A. The standards for USB PD 2.0/3.0 at 45W would be 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/2.25A. Now maybe they got lazy with the labeling and it is to standards and they just listed the lower 2.25A for the 20V. We don't know which it is until someone runs a power meter on it. The 2.25A is more than the Switch needs. But I don't like a product that either can't list specs correctly or goes against a standard most of its competitors can accommodate. Until I see confirmation of the power output specs this is the reason for the lowered safety rating.

  • The specs in the image are to PD 2.0/3.0 standards. We'll go with that and I've raised the safety rating to the same as other USB-C power banks.

  • I don't like the included cable. On the plus side it is USB-C to USB-C, with the add-on being C-to-A verses the other way around. There's no listing of the 56k Ohm resistor with the C-to-A piece, so I wouldn't use it. This cable is also new and has no reviews on Amazon yet and no USB-IF certification listed. It would not be my first choice for a C-to-C cable.

    As for review analysis, FakeSpot gives it an F while ReviewMeta gives it a Pass. As it is new I would expect seeder reviews, that's just how the industry works. Overtime I would expect nature reviews to outweigh the starter reviews.
u/SoleaPorBuleria · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I'm thinking of purchasing a Jackery Bolt (link) battery pack to charge my iPhone on the go. It was recommended by Wirecutter. I'm wondering if there's any reason not to also occasionally (e.g., on a long flight) use this to charge the Switch. I gather it might not charge faster than the battery drains while playing, but I could just charge it while the Switch is asleep. Any problems with this?

u/--DQ-- · 2 pointsr/diabetes

Pump, a roll of Life Savers, phone (switch to Dexcom G6 if you can now that you're on X2--Basal-IQ is amazing and Control-IQ is going to be even better). That's it.

Extra infusion set, reservoir, syringe, needle, half-used vial of insulin in my bag when I'm at work or out for the whole day. I don't really keep it with me, just close enough that I don't have to drive an hour to get to it. I figure if I have a pump failure I have a solid hour before it's even remotely an issue (better to fix it sooner of course).

Also, check out the Jackery Bolt USB battery pack. Built-in charge cables, and it sits nicely in my pocket next to my pump while it is charging. That way I am not tethered in place while the pump charges. The battery stays in my bag too with the infusion sets, etc.

u/bwhite9 · 2 pointsr/relationship_advice

I see lots of people giving good relationship advice that I don't have all that much to add to. But I will give this piece of technical advice, get a potable battery phone charger its best if it has the cables already attached. So something like this. Just put it in your purse or backpack and if you are ever low, just plug it in for a bit. I don't think the one I linked can get you from dead to full but it can definalty get you some calls, texts, or set up and a uber ride.

u/Chorazin · 1 pointr/Ultralight

A few observations!

You could drop 3-ish oz by switching your headlamp to the Nitecore 20/25 with the UL kit. You have a powerbank with you, so why carry something that uses disposables?

Switch from AirPods to the included Earpods to shave 1.3oz, although cords do suck a whole bunch.

Speaking of cords, you're not counting your charging cable. :-P Since you haven't bought the Anker 10k, you could take a look at the Jackery Bolt 6000mah. Lightning and micro USB cables included, only 5.3oz, but obviously less charging power. So, if you are out for week+ treks might not work for you. But for 3, 4, 5 day trips? Would probably be more than enough. I own this and it's been working awesome.

13.1 oz for fuel? Unless you're going out for more than 3-4 days at a time and boil multiple cups with every meal, I doubt you'd need more than a 4oz can, dropping it to like 7.3oz total. (You're also counting your ENTIRE 13.1 oz as consumable, which the can itself isn't....)

Take your ass pad, it's worth the weight. If you don't want the one you have, buy the smaller and lighter one from LiteSmith.

u/Dekkerd · 1 pointr/EDC

Not an EDC by any means, but this lives in my travel bag. Easily pocketable for walking around. It was bought for the last phone TBH. Hopefully awhile before I need it for the X.

u/Amysalright · 1 pointr/electricdaisycarnival

This product has done me justice more times then I can count, also, built in charging cables for the forgetful(me):

u/adse_ · 1 pointr/MoviePassClub

$47 is way overpriced unless the capacity is high. This is one of the best and it's way cheaper.

u/BobTheJedi · 1 pointr/Ultralight

I don't use it for hiking necessarily, but it could work well for your needs especially if you have an iphone...

u/chx_ · 1 pointr/UsbCHardware

The single USB C port is both input and output. Can't do through charge like that.

If this had a USB C cable instead of Lightning / micro USB then we would be all set. Or if this had a USB C input instead of micro USB / Lightning input. this is so close, I could scream: the micro USB input supports QC 3.0 so the quick charging circuitry is already built in.

u/psophis · 1 pointr/Ultralight

I’ve been using this one and like it a lot. Not having to carry cables is super nice.

Mine comes in at 163g

u/bradclarkston · 0 pointsr/pokemongo

A iPhone 5 with brightness turned way down and energy saver turned on. Probably two hours.

I put the phone by my leg when I walk so that it turns the screen off as it will vibrate when a pokemon pops. I already know where the stops are unlike the herds of zombie sheeple that stare blindly at there phones as they shuffle along.


I also carry this for the family (three phones) --> { } it will do six to seven full phone charges before dying.

I gave this to the kid --> { } it gives him two full charges before dying.


EDIT: On a side note, carry a small flashlight. It saves you from bumping around and falling down, which will not help your dating life at all. I watched a guy (probably 20-25) walk into a playground ladder because he couldn't look up for 3 seconds. I couldn't help but laugh.