mAh means Miliamp Hours. This refers to the amount of charge the battery can hold. The Poweradd Pilot 2GS holds 10,000 mAh. For reference, my iPhone 6 comes with a 2915 mAh battery. This means that the Poweradd Pilot 2GS can charge my iPhone 6 from 0% to 100% three times and change. Three fucking times. It takes me 1.5 days to run my iPhone 6 battery dry. I use it mostly for some entertainment apps, Pandora, and GPS. The Poweradd can have me running for 4.5 days before I need to find a wall outlet.
The Poweradd measures at 5.43 x 2.91 x .54 inches, weighs only 9 ounces, and includes two USB ports; one that charges with 1 AMP and one that charges with 2.1 AMPs. As you can guess, the 2.1 AMP charges much faster. If you are charging over night or over a long period of time, use the 1 AMP to prevent over use of both your phone and external battery. Otherwise, if you need power fast, you would use the 2.1 AMP. You can also charge two devices at a time with the Poweradd. Hell you can even charge the power add and charge two devices at the same time!
There are also light indicators on the current charge level of your battery pack. This is helpful because it can inform you on when you need to charge your battery again. It does take a rather long time to completely charge the battery pack, but it is worth it. It takes me about 5 hours to get 3 bars filled, and about 8 hours to get all 4 bars completely filled.
The Poweradd is also built of beautiful brushed aluminum. This gives the battery pack a nice slimming look, while protecting it against falls. If you need to keep your devices charged, I suggest you get the Poweradd Pilot 2GS! If you have an iPhone 6, you can charge it completely three times. If you have an iPhone 5, you can completely charge it five times!
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