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Pros: Charged stuff... came with a nice coiled USB cable (where can I get more of these?)
Cons: It's kinda large and heavy... duh, it's a battery. Lots of little connector pieces to lose. Needs a case or something to keep all the little parts in.
Other Thoughts: I actually ended up losing this thing about a week after I bought it. It's too big to carry around and comes with all these little connectors so unless you provide your own ZipLock bag you're bound to lose most of it. I did manage to keep the little coiled USB cable so maybe not a total loss.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAVPower® RP-PB08 Slim Power Bank (2600mAh/1A Output) w/ Built-in Flashlight, for Smartphone&Tablet:iPad 4, iPad Mini, iPhone 5, 4S, 4G;Samsung Galaxy Note 2, S3, S2;Lumia 920 and other Mobile Devices
Pros: Just the right size. Will totally recharge my cell phone (Lumia 920) in 30 - 45 minutes. Stays constantly plugged into the USB port in my car's center console. Flashlight is nice and bright too.
Cons: What's with the ugly white cable?
Other Thoughts: I initially bought a larger unit that was just a battery. I think it took me about a week to lose it. This thing is perfect.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's wireless and the receiver seems to fit the phone well.
Cons: Wife says it charges very slowly and if you have multiple batteries you really need one of these receivers for each one. They use sticky-back keep them in place on the battery (inside the phone). Also, the transmitter pad is absolutely enormous. It's got one of those crazy bright blue LEDs that will light up your entire bedroom at night.
Other Thoughts: I bought a nice Nokia Lumia 920 Windows phone with built in wireless charging... However, my wife opted for the Samsung Galaxy III which doesn't come with such features (even though it was twice the price). Everything installed nicely but it just didn't work as well as my factory installed system.READ FULL REVIEW