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Product Specifications
Battery Capacity
High Power Polymer Battery (10000mAh)
Dimensions
180 x 53 x 34mm
Weight
385g
Warranty
1 year
Working Temperatures
-4F ~ 140F
RSCU Utility Battery – Portable Power Bank by Bricwave

RSCU Utility Battery – Portable Power Bank by Bricwave

Charge your devices or jump start your car. Technology has become part of our lives when it comes to daily use, and when your tech runs out of power at unexpected times, you are often forced to stop what you were doing. The RSCU Utility Battery is a portable power pack, able to charge your smartphone, tablet, camera, and gaming system — its power can even start your car. The device has two USB ports, a set of jumper cables and an adapter cable for recharging. To use the RSCU battery for jump-starting, plug the jumper cables into the outlet, clamp in your battery and crank the engine. With the power below 25%, its 10,000-mAh battery is capable of starting the average car over 50 times by delivering 400A jump current. It also has a flashlight running to 320 hours charge with three modes; flashlight, strobe and an auto SOS beaconemitting 86 lumens in 300-foot radius. The end result is an utterly utilitarian tool for the modern age.

RSCU Utility Battery – Portable Power Bank by Bricwave
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Gadget Flow Rating 9.7/10
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Discovered on Aug 24, 2015, 4:00 pm EDT
Discovered by Weston Lanpher
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