Romoss Sailing 5 13000mah External Battery Unboxing and Review

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I got myself a Romoss power brick this morning from a Sulit seller. I’ve been hunting for a good deal for an external battery online for the past 2 days and found Anker at Amazon, unfortunately, I have to have something before the weekend as I’m travelling to the province.

It’s the first time I heard of the company, but since the seller offered 6months warranty, compared with 1 month warranty for Yoobao, I took the chance and ordered their 13000mah model.  Here are some unboxing photos. Stay tuned for the review, as I needed time to test the product. This costs Php 2,000.

Name
sailing 5
Capacity
13000mAh
Model
PH50
ID
PH50-301
Weight
296g/10.44ozs
Size
138*62*21.5mm/5.43*2.44*0.85in.
Input
DC5V 2.1A
Output
1.DC5V 1A  2.DC5V 2.1A
Power
15W
Charging Time
~8 hrs (2.1A adapter)

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Box Contents: The power brick, a USB cable and a user manual.

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Sorry for the watermark. The input port is micro USB, there’s a button to check the power level and there’s 4 LED to show the battery status.

image_42 Output Ports – 2.1A and 1A.

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Here’s the power brick side by side with a Galaxy S3.

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3 comments

  1. Mac

    Hi, how is the performance of your ROMOSS powerbank? is it really high quality product?
    i am planning to buy that brand too.

    • Vince

      Hi Mac, I guess it depends on the user. It works for me, cause I only need to power my mobile Wifi while on the go. I rarely use it to power other gadgets, like tablets/phone.
      I don’t think its 13000mAh though, i think its in the 10,000-11,000mAh range. When I first bought this, I was only able to charge my Nexus 2013 2.7x (a full charge is around 3950mAH, 3rd charge is 70%). That’s roughly 10665mAh total. Not bad I would think, given that it’s not too big and I like how it looks. :)

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