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DIXON Quick Charge Power Bank 6000mAH

DIXON Quick Charge Power Bank 6000mAH

DIXON Quick Charge Power Bank 6000mAH - 1521557573
DIXON Quick Charge Power Bank 6000mAH - 1521557579
DIXON Quick Charge Power Bank 6000mAH - 1521557577

Make: DIXON

Model: T2

Specifications: -Power capacity: 6000mAH -Output: 2× 2.1A (2.4A Max) -Input: DC5V-2A -Rechargeable Lithium-polymer battery -LED indicator lights -Dual USB ports -Lightweight, durable construction -Recharges via micro-USB cable

R 149.90*

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Description

Make sure that whenever you travel you have the power you need for all your mobile devices with DIXON’s quick charge power bank. Compact, lightweight, and designed to deliver a powerful and reliable charge to your devices, the power bank is the ideal travel companion. Intelligently designed by DIXON, the power bank has been made to ensure your devices receive a powerful and steady charge when you need it most. Its lightweight, and compact build allows the power bank to be effortlessly transported in a handbag or backpack for your convenience. Built for long trips, and everyday travelling, the power bank is durable and safe to transport. Built to suit the needs of a modern traveller, the power bank features a large 6000mAh capacity, which ensures that it can comfortably and quickly charge your mobile devices. It features two USB ports which allows you to conveniently charge multiple devices. This allows you and your device to remain connected to the world around you. Its rechargeable lithium-polymer battery is easily recharged via a micro-USB connection to ensure that you always have power. The power bank features LED indicator lights which keep you aware of its power status, and how much power is available at any point. The device also features safety mechanisms to prevent overheating, over-charging, and short circuiting.