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Satechi 10000 mAh Battery Pack Review – Something Big Disguised As Something Small

Satechi 10000 mAh Battery Pack Review – Something Big Disguised As Something Small

One of the most common things you’ll find in my bag is a extra battery pack. The problem with extra battery packs is that they may not be fast enough or they may not be big enough. But when you want a lot of battery in a little package, that might be a little hard to find sometimes. With the Satechi 10000 mAh Battery Pack, none of this is a problem.

Satechi’s 10000 mAh Battery Pack comes in a nice design. It packs a metal body all around with plastic bottoms. The only complaint about this I have is that the metal edges can be a little sharp. On the top of the pack lies 3 USB ports. One of them is a 2.4A port for tablets and two 1A ports for phones. Among that is a flashlight LED and a micro USB port for charging the battery.


Three ports allows you to charge multiple devices at once.

I noticed that charging the battery pack itself can be a little slow, but only because it’s 10000 mAhs. But that does allow you to charge your device a few good times. When it does charge your device, it does it decently fast. It isn’t amazing at charging your phone or tablet on the 1A port, but it does it at a good speed.


The 10,000 mAh capacity allows me to charge my phone multiple times with ease.

One thing that sells the battery pack for me is the LCD display on the front of it. Telling you exactly how much you have left. A lot of battery packs have poor indicators, if any at all, of how much battery you have left. And if they do, they aren’t specific at all. This pack tells you where you are and when you can get a good charge into your phone before it runs out of juice.

All in all, thi is a good battery pack option if you’re in the market. Satechi tends to make great products pretty often, and this is one of them.

Buy from Satechi - $29.99

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Andrew Romero

Andrew is a reviewer and YouTube host for YourTechExplained. Always willing to learn more, he strives to make content easier to swallow for viewers and readers.